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Super Controls Super Controls Chris Lubanga Chris Lubanga Drew Neskow Drew Neskow Bryant Nguyen Bryant Nguyen Super Controls has no affiliation with DC Comics or Superman Super Controls has no affiliation with DC Comics or Superman
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Who Are We Super Controls is an emerging electronics company, which was founded by three students in February 2008. We are centered in Seattle, WA We specialize in designing and producing motor controllers. Our controllers follow NEMA standards
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Motor Controller Features A motor controller’s basic functions are to adjust the speed, start and stop, and provide forward and reverse operation for an electric motor. Super Controls provide bidirectional and smooth speed control along with both regenerative and dynamic braking. Speed control is smooth in both directions, and the regenerative braking speed can be controlled.
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Ratings and Durability V is rated at 24 V
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Design Summary Buck topology controls average voltage across motor SG3524 pulse width modulator used for duty
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2009 for the course EE 453 taught by Professor Arabshi during the Spring '09 term at University of Washington.

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