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Brushed DC Motor Controllers

Fitting into a very compact 73x73mm enclosure, Roboteq's SDC2160S controller is designed to convert commands received from an RC radio, Analog Joystick, wireless modem, PC (via RS232 or USB) or microcomputer into high voltage and high current output for driving one or two DC motors. A CAN bus...

Roboteq's SDC3260T is a feature-packed, high-current, triple channel controller for brushed DC motors. The controller features a high-performance 32-bit microcomputer and quadrature encoder inputs to perform advanced motion control algorithms. The motors can be operated in open or closed loop...

Roboteq 's MDC1460 controllers are designed to convert commands received from an RC radio, Analog Joystick, wireless modem, PC (via RS232) or microcomputer into high voltage and high current output for driving one DC motor. Using CAN bus, up to 127 controllers can be networked on a single...

Roboteq 's MDC2460 controller is designed to convert commands received from an RC radio, Analog Joystick, wireless modem, PC (via RS232 or USB) or microcomputer into high voltage and high current output for driving one or two DC motors. Designed for maximal ease-of-use, it is delivered with...

Roboteq 's FDC3260 is a feature-packed, high-current, triple channel controller for brushed DC motors. The controller features a high-performance 32-bit microcomputer and quadrature encoder inputs to perform advanced motion control algorithms. The motors may be operated in open or closed...

Roboteq 's FDC3260 is a feature-packed, high-current, triple channel controller for brushed DC motors. The controller features a high-performance 32-bit microcomputer and quadrature encoder inputs to perform advanced motion control algorithms. The motors may be operated in open or closed...

Fitting into a very compact 73x73mm enclosure, Roboteq's SDC2160 controller is designed to convert commands received from an RC radio, Analog Joystick, wireless modem, PC (via RS232 or USB) or microcomputer into high voltage and high current output for driving one or two DC motors. A CAN bus...