DC power plates:
AC power plates:
Besides electric motors Vernis Motors also supplies converters and electronic drives to control electric motors, whether asynchronous motors or brushless motors.Within the range brushless motors, there are two possibilities, motors with Hall sensors, which allow the motor to start when a low starting torque is required, or sensorless motors that do not require this type of boot.
Plates for direct current supply: For supply voltages of 12 and 24 Vdc with maximum motor amperage of 17, 34 and 67 A, that is to say 1600 W max. Standard speeds are 1500 or 3000 r.p.m. although there is the possibility of programming other speeds.
Boards for alternating current power supply: Asynchronous and brushless motor control for 230 V supply voltages and powers of 1.1 KW and 2.2 KW. These boards have a 0-10 V analog input, a digital input and the option with an auxiliary control circuit, as well as an input to read the motor temperature. Variable frequency drives automatically adjustable to voltages of 110 V or 230 V and that allow the control of asynchronous motors up to 15000 r.p.m. Converters for single-phase 230 V 50/60 Hz input and three-phase 230 V 200 Hz output, with powers up to 1.8 KVA. The plates have relevant protections to guarantee the correct operation and protection of the equipment. The design of these plates is made in order to comply with current directives and regulations.
VERNIS MOTORS has controllers for 230V 50 / 60Hz alternating current supply, as well as for 12 and 24V direct current supply for controlling synchronous and asynchronous motors and powers up to 2.2kW. The plates for alternating current supply have a 0-10V analog input and a communication option through an auxiliary circuit, as well as an input for reading the motor temperature, allowing total control over the motor. All of them are designed with over-current, short-circuit and over-voltage protection to guarantee the correct operation and protection of the equipment. Consult with our sales representatives for electronic controlled motors.