Speed Controller / Dimmer 110V / 240V
Loads of applications! ...regulates incandescent lamps, heaters, hand drills, motors etc. via a potentiometer. Operating voltage: 110...240V~. Max. admissible current: 6 amperes (3A constant duty). At 230V~ this corresponds to 1200 / 600W and to 600 / 300W at 110V~.
Available attachments: auxiliary module M150 DC and Pulse Converter. When superposing this module, it also possible to control the dimmer module M012 with control voltages (1..5V= or 3...12V= or 6..24V=) or with TTL pulses.
The controller can only be used to control the speed of a 1ph, AC electric motor providing that the motor does NOT have an internal centrifugal switch.
Admissible operating voltage: AC 110...240V, 50...60 Hz
Max. admissible current: 6A (constant duty: 3A), at 110V~ this corresponds to maximally 600 watt or constant duty 300 watt, respectively, or to maximally 1200 watt or constant duty 600 watt, respectively, at 230Vac
Duty cycle: 100% at 3A or 20% (max. 3 min.) at 6A, respectively
Control: via a firmly connected rotary potentiometer
Loads: for ohmic or inductive loads
Dimensions: approx. 61 x 35 x 23 mm
Great Speed Control with Small AC Motor
Posted by Unknown on 24th Oct 2013
Bought to replace the standard resistive foot pedal controller on a vintage domestic sewing machine. MUCH better slow speed control now, will stitch at a 'stitch by stitch' slow speed with much more torque. Built a custom 470ohm foot controller to go with it, motor stays cool, module stays cool, a perfect solution for the control of a small 50w AC motor, well worth going to the trouble to build it, well happy.
Very good controller
Posted by Garth Kennedy on 8th Apr 2013
I have hooked this up to a 220v one horse capacitor start, drill motor. I wanted to be able to drop the minimum speed available with the pulleys. The controller does that rather well. I don't have the full range of variation available on the pot. but I presume that is because of the capacitor on the drill.
I'm very pleased with my purchase!