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ADVANCED Motion Controls announces increased output capabilities from M/V™ Series motor controllers November 10, 2013

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Models AB200A100 and AVB200A100 output 125A continuous and 200A peak for up to 10 seconds at voltages from 20-80VDC, a nearly 50% increase in operating voltage from previous models.  Models AB100C200 and AVB100C200 output 100A continuous at voltages from 40-175VDC, a 25% increase in output current from previous models.  The new additions maintain the same dimensions as their predecessors and bring to a total of 8 different models to choose from allowing engineers to use the additional output with no additional size constraints.

Electric Vehicle Controller

Electric Vehicle Controller

The M/V™ series motor controllers are fully functional, four-quadrant servo drives purpose designed and built to operate today’s modern mobile electric vehicular platforms.  Specific applications include: mobile robots, AGV’s, UGV’s, material handling and transport vehicles in both industrial and military environments.  Providing high power from battery supplies with multiple operating modes, IP65 rating and compact design for either permanent magnet brushed or brushless motors, propels this motor controlling series ahead. Whether for traction / propulsion, steering, lifting or any other electrically driven actuation such as compressors, wenches and hoists, the M/V™ series is the newest member in a long line of successful motor controlling solutions from ADVANCED Motion Controls.

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M/V™ series servo amplifiers from Advanced Motion Controls

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@servo2go.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-378-0240
Toll Free Fax:       877-378-0249
www.servo2go.com

Tags:  Servo2Go, Servo2Go.com, Advanced Motion Controls, Servo Drive, Servo Amplifier, Electric Vehicle Controller, Mobile Robot, Motor Controller, Motor Control, Automation, Servo

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