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Extended range of DC drives available from stock

14 April 2015

With a recently extended ranges of DC motor controllers, Sprint Electric can now offer a wide variety of products incorporating the latest digital DC drive technology. 

DC drive products and their ancillary items are now available from stock. The product lines include a wide range of DC motor control, with over 450 models, covering both 1 phase and 3 phase, regenerative and non-regenerative DC motor applications, together with field controllers, digital slip ring motor controllers and external thyristor stack controllers.
 
Ex-stock availability is one of the founding principles of the company. The ex-stock availability of its products, often with direct equivalents for competitor models, allows users to source the DC drives without a lengthy lead time. Up to 87% of orders get dispatched from the factory on the day of ordering.
 
The product offering includes DC drives of the PLX range, which are able to regenerate energy back to the mains supply under braking without the need for expensive, complex intermediate storage, resistive dumping or additional power bridges. The range is available in current ratings of between 12 and 2250 Amps at supply voltages up to 690 VAC.
 
Designed for use with permanent magnet brushed DC servo motors, DC motor controllers of the XLV range are rated from 2 to 12 Amps and suitable for use on DC supplies up to 48 V. The miniature, fast response DC motor speed controllers are offered in a compact, easy to use DIN rail mounting package.


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