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DMKX-30A485S DC12-60V 30A Brushless Motor Driver

Model: DMKX-30A485S
Power supply range: DC 12~60 V
Work current range: 6-75A
Minimum RPM: 50 RPM(hall sensor motor), 1 RPM (Encoder sensor)
5 V DC Power ouptut:20 mA ability
VRM Input: 0~5 V DC
PWM Input: 4Hz~10KHz
Work temperature: -20~+70℃
Work Humidity: ≤80 RH
Weight: 320g

BeuDMKE 30A brushless motor driver with RS485 communication, IP54 protection grade, It can work in -20℃ to 40℃ environment. Support forward and reverse control, PWM and Modbus.

Feature:
  • Smart multi PID control, PID gains for speed changeable by ACC/DEC
  • Control mode: Open loop, Speed closed loop. SW1 ON—Speed closed loop, SW1
    OFF—Open loop
  • Polar pairs selection: SW2 ON—4 polar pairs, SW2 OFF—2 polar pairs
  • Speed/Torque modes: inner RV, external 0~5V input, Pulse Width Modulation input
  • Direction control: Forward, Backward
  • Run/Stop control input
  • Digital signal output: Alarm output, external control relay output
  • Work current control: maximum current limited, overcurrent protection. Maximum work
    current defined by P-SV
  • Protection: over-bus voltage, low-bus voltage, hall sensor signal error, short-cut error
  • LED status indicator
Control Modes:
  • 0-5V analog speed regulation
  • RS485
  • PWM
  • CANOpen communication:Optional
Specification:
Power supply rangeDC 12~60 V
Work current range6~75A
Minimum RPM50 RPM(hall sensor motor), 1 RPM (Encoder sensor)
5 V DC Power ouptut20 mA ability
VRM Input0~5 V DC
PWM Input4Hz~10KHz
Work temperature-20~+70℃
Work Humidity≤80 RH
Match electric motorThe rated current of driver higher 30%-50% than the rated current of motor. Contact us to match.
Electrical Diagram

30A brushless motor driver

 

 

 

30A Brushless DC Motor Driver Dimension (Unit: mm)

BLD30A brushless driver

 

What should you pay attention to when using a brushless motor driver?
  • First of all, our motor drawings will have the definition of the motor’s outlet wires. There will be eight wires if it is an inductive DC brushless motor with a Hall sensor. We need to follow the driver manual’s wiring instructions for three phase wires (U V W) and five Hall wires (5V Hu Hv Hw 0V).
    Correctly connect the lead between the motor and the driver. Wrong wiring will cause the motor to operate abnormally.
  • The positive and negative poles of the current cannot be connected reversely. DC+ is the positive pole, and DC- is the negative pole. Follow the text instructions on the driver.
  • Regarding the rated voltage and rated current of the motor driver, as well as the rated voltage and rated current of the motor, there may sometimes be misunderstandings. Generally, brushless dc motor driver have an input voltage range that the driver itself can accept, such as 15V to 50V.
  • However, the voltage range of our switching power supply or lithium battery that supplies power to the driver is match the rated voltage of the brushless DC motor. Not the voltage range that the motor driver can accept. The normal power supply of the driver is ±10% of the rated voltage of the brushless motor.
  • If the voltage is too high, too much voltage will cause the driver to give an over-voltage alarm, and too low a voltage will cause the driver to provide an under-voltage warning. The most common voltage for brushless DC motors is 12v, 24v, 36v, 48v, 72v, 96v, and 310v (when the driver power supply voltage is AC220V).
  • Drivers of different sizes also have different rated current values that can withstand. When we choose a brushless DC motor driver, we need to ensure that the driver rated current allowed by the drive is 30% to 50% higher than the rated current of motor. Different requirements for overload torque are determined according to different applications.

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