The electronic motor speed controllers from Curtis Controller Model 1209B operate at a high frequency of 15 kHz, making these controllers a noiseless and cost-efficient choice as they permit smooth control of brake, torque, and speed. It is designed to suit various industrial applications such as vehicles used for material handling and on-road cars.
The Curtis Controllers Models under 1209B have nominal voltage options from 24-36 volts, 36-48 volts, 48-72 volts, 48-80 volts, and 72-120 volts and a current limit ranging from 275-500 amperes. It weighs 4 kg and is 231 mm in length, 180 mm in width, and 80 mm in depth. The Curtis Model 1209B provides a better driving experience due to key features and optional features, which can be added according to the preferences and application demands.
The Curtis 1209B controllers can now be purchased here in Cloud Electric, your one-stop shop for all your electric component needs. Cloud Electric is a leading distributor of electronic components in North America. We take pride in our informative product descriptions, pricing, and shipping speed.
NOMINAL VOLTAGE RANGE
CURRENT LIMIT RANGE
TEMPERATURE RANGE DURING OPERATION
-25°C to 75°C
Brake Control and Variable Drive Speed
Allows accurate vehicle control for an improved driving experience
Highly efficient and noiseless operation
Protection and Compensation Circuit for Temperature
Allows stable current limit and cutback function for during under and over temperature condition
Cutback Function (Undervoltage)
Provides protection from low battery voltage (internal and/or external)
Circuitry for Fault Detection
Helps in preventing runaway conditions and monitors components such as the battery, and a bypass contactor, among others
No further alterations
Tin-plating (Bus Bars)
Protection for solid copper bus bars
Allows control wiring
High Pedal Disable
Allows a safe start by monitoring the status of the throttle. If the vehicle is started with an applied throttle, this feature disables it from operating until the throttle is returned to a neutral position