Spindle Motor Variable Speed Control Package

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Zen has packaged up an DC spindle motor variable speed control including a DC motor speed controller and a 48V power supply unit.

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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power|frame|left|Turn on the on/off/direction switch on the control board
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power|frame|left|Turn on the on/off/direction switch on the control board|frame|left|Slowly turn the speed control nob CW to let the motor reach your desired rpm
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power|frame|left|Turn on the on/off/direction switch on the control board|frame|left|Slowly turn the speed control nob CW to let the motor reach your desired rpm|frame|left|Right now it reads 25.5 VDC
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power|frame|left|Turn on the on/off/direction switch on the control board|frame|left|Slowly turn the speed control nob CW to let the motor reach your desired rpm|frame|left|Right now it reads 25.5 VDC|frame|left|The motor RPM is around 5700
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power|frame|left|Turn on the on/off/direction switch on the control board|frame|left|Slowly turn the speed control nob CW to let the motor reach your desired rpm|frame|left|Right now it reads 25.5 VDC|frame|left|The motor RPM is around 5700 |frame|left|Slowly increase the DC output to 36 V
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power|frame|left|Turn on the on/off/direction switch on the control board|frame|left|Slowly turn the speed control nob CW to let the motor reach your desired rpm|frame|left|Right now it reads 25.5 VDC|frame|left|The motor RPM is around 5700 |frame|left|Slowly increase the DC output to 36 V|frame|left|Now the RPM reading is around 8000
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power|frame|left|Turn on the on/off/direction switch on the control board|frame|left|Slowly turn the speed control nob CW to let the motor reach your desired rpm|frame|left|Right now it reads 25.5 VDC|frame|left|The motor RPM is around 5700 |frame|left|Slowly increase the DC output to 36 V|frame|left|Now the RPM reading is around 8000|frame|left|When you are ready to turn off the motor, turn the on/off/direction switch ot its off position ("O")
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The AC terminals, L and N, will be connected to 110 AC power outlet|frame|left|The AC power is connected, right now, it is powered off.|frame|left|Turn on the AC power, now we need to adjust the DC Voltage output|frame|left|Use a small screw driver, adjust the voltage|frame|left|Turn the screw driver CCW, until it reaches the end.|frame|left|It should read around 41V on the DC output side|frame|left|Now connect the DC output (+V and -V) to speed control board + and -. Make sure the polarity is correct.|frame|left|The M1 and M2 terminals will be connected to the motor.|frame|left|Make sure the on/off/direction switch is in its off position|frame|left|Turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, this will give 0 RPM|frame|left|Turn on the AC power|frame|left|Turn on the on/off/direction switch on the control board|frame|left|Slowly turn the speed control nob CW to let the motor reach your desired rpm|frame|left|Right now it reads 25.5 VDC|frame|left|The motor RPM is around 5700 |frame|left|Slowly increase the DC output to 36 V|frame|left|Now the RPM reading is around 8000|frame|left|When you are ready to turn off the motor, turn the on/off/direction switch ot its off position ("O")|frame|left|Then turn the speed control nob CCW to the end, ready for the next operation
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