DC motor controller

Charles Lent

Charley
Corporate Member
Hank,

Just keep in mind that your motor wants 15.9 amps at 90 volts DC. Anything that you hook it to needs to be capable of providing at least this much 15.9 amperes at 90 volts DC or a higher amperes at 90 colts DC in order to power that motor without letting the magic smoke out. I can't see all of the tags in the photos, but that 12 volt at 0.8 amperes is certainly not big enough. Find the rest of the tags, like for that last power supply, and maybe I can help.

Charley
 

Hmerkle

Hank
Corporate Member
I didn't look at it last night, but did think about it and see that some of the wires from the "head" HMI / user interface come to this point on the board...
So that is the most likely spot - but I think I am going to order a/some rectifiers and use one like the YT video from mikemanmade
I can waste $20-$30 and some time because that seems so simple...
 

Hmerkle

Hank
Corporate Member
Hank,

Just keep in mind that your motor wants 15.9 amps at 90 volts DC. Anything that you hook it to needs to be capable of providing at least this much 15.9 amperes at 90 volts DC or a higher amperes at 90 colts DC in order to power that motor without letting the magic smoke out. I can't see all of the tags in the photos, but that 12 volt at 0.8 amperes is certainly not big enough. Find the rest of the tags, like for that last power supply, and maybe I can help.

Charley
Yes, thanks Charles - I think that 12V transformer is/was used to power the HMI (user interface - touch pad) just too old and feeble to remember!
 

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