DC

Most common household electronic devices run on DC (direct current) power. DC supply voltage can come from unregulated and regulated power supplies that derive their power from an AC source such as a common electrical outlet. In mobile applications, or when onboard generators are impractical, DC batteries are often the only choice for power. A DC supplied system is typically less expensive than using AC supply, so most devices you will find (including the majority of our servo drives) run on DC.

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Benefit

  • DC supplied drives operating on the same power bus reduce system cost and size

ADVANCED Motion Controls' Capabilities

  • Many DC supply only drive models are offered, covering DC supply ranges from 10 - 200 VDC, as well as models that accept either AC or DC (20 - 800 VDC)

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