EZ-Qube

EZ-Qube - Performance Drive Control

EZ-Qube is an economical single motor, drive controller module for Senergy Motors.

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EZ-Qube provides control for all standard Senergy motors utilizing either the ECO or Boost mode performance profiles. Speed, acceleration & deceleration are adjustable using combinations of DIP switches on the module.

Motors may be run clockwise (CW) or counter clockwise (CCW) using digital inputs to the controller terminals.  Dual input terminals allow for 3 preset speed selections .  A motor/module error output is available for connection to user controls.

At its core, the EZ-Qube module utilizes the same motor commutation and overload protection algorithms that are used in our advanced and network based controllers
 
  • Economical drive card
  • Forward/Reverse Inputs & Error Output
  • 3 Selectable Preset Speeds
  • 0-10V Analog Speed Control
EZQUBE

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  • Reduces Cost and Saves Time
  • Super Compact Design
  • Deterministic Network
  • Collects Important Information
  • Robust M8 Connections
  • CE ETL UL and IP54
  • Simple and Economical

    EZ-Qube is a simple to use single motor drive controller for Senergy powered motors.  Speed, acceleration & deceleration are adjustable using combinations of DIP switches on the module.

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    - IP20 Environment
    - UL recognized (UL 61800-5-1)
    - Options for PNP or NPN control inputs
    - Provides ECO and BOOST modes
    - DIP Switch Setting for 31 available fixed speeds
    - DIP Switch Setting for 16 available Accel /Decel rates
    - 0 to 10V Analog Speed Setting Input
    - 2 Digital Run signals to provide 3 speed options plus Input for Reverse
    - LED Indicators for Power, Run, Reverse, and Error
    - PI regulated Speed Control
    - Dynamic, Free Spin, and Servo Lock braking modes available

    Technical Data

    Input Voltage18 to 28VDC
    Input Power
    NEC Class II Certified
    Rated Motor Output Current 2.5A (ECO), 3.5A (BOOST)
    Available Starting Current3.0A (ECO), 5.0A (BOOST)

    Applicable Environment

    Ambient Operating Temperature -10°C to 40 °C (14°F to 104°F) 
    Ambient Operating Humidity
    10 - 90% RH (No condensation)
    Ambient Storage Temperature -40°C to 85 °C (-40°F to 185°F)
    Ambient Storage Humidity10 - 90% RH (No condensation)
    Vibration1G or less
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    • Robust and Unique Gearbox Design significantly improves life expectancy
    • Provides wide ranges of Speed and Power using Low Energy
    • JST Cabling for Simple Installation and Robust Cable Routing, IP54
    • CE Approved
    • ROHS Compliant
    • ETL Certified to UL Standards Available
    • IP54 & IP66 Ratings Available
    • ETL Certified to UL Standards Available
    • High Torque Rollers Available
    • Freezer and Wash-Down Rated Rollers Available
    • Mechanical Braking Available

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