CL7008169, CT1221-7404, HU3184068, TA62-221-00, YP150121154, YP1501211-54
7008169, 1221-7404, 3184068, 62-221-00, 150121154, 1501211-54
Please select the preferred condition for Curtis 72/120V 400A (6-11V) PMC 1221-7404 if options are available.
Remanufactured OEM Curtis 72/120V 400A (6-11V) PMC 1221-7404 will ship to your location in 1-3 days. Stock rebuilt items will generally ship same day unless prior testing is required. All rebuilt items are subjected to a core charge. The core charge will be refunded once we receive the core in one of our warehouse locations.
Repair Service for Curtis 72/120V 400A (6-11V) PMC 1221-7404 will include a complementary pick up from anywhere in USA (48 contiguous states). We can schedule a pick up the same day of order. The repair process typically takes 3-5 business days. But can be completed sooner if parts are readily available. (this is usually the case for top selling items)
For more information, please call us at 1844-808-5280. This unit comes with 6 Months warranty up-gradable to 36 months.
The Curtis Controllers Model 1221-7401 offer quiet, cost-efficient, and smooth control of motor speed and torque on industrial electric vehicles such as industrial trucks, vehicles for material handling, personnel carriers, tow tractors, scrubbers, sweepers, small forklifts and walkie, broom trucks, and scissors-lift. It provides infinite brake control and variable speed drives, high-efficiency yield, and silent operation from power MOSFET design, utilizing a temperature compensation circuit, an undervoltage cutback function, and a simple setup with no adjustments needed. Optional features include high pedal disable (HDP), static return to off (SRO), delayed bypass (1A) drives bypass contactor, and emergency reverse.
Infinite brake control and variable speed drives
High-efficiency yield and silent operation from power MOSFET design
Utilizing a temperature compensation circuit
An Hndervoltage cutback function
A simple setup with no adjustments needed
To monitor components such as the battery, connections of the throttle, and bypass contactor, among others, the system utilizes fault detection circuitry to prevent runaway conditions
Utilizes tin-plated solid copper bus bars
Control wiring push-on connectors
The coils of contactor drivers for forward, reverse, and bypass are protected from shorts
High pedal disable (HDP) that enables the user to monitor the status of the throttle when turned on and disables it from operating when in neutral
Static return to off (SRO) requires returning the forward and reverse selectors to neutral before allowing an output
Delayed bypass (1A) drives bypass contactor
Emergency reverse where the user can activate the “belly-button” to increase the plugging current.
NOMINAL BATTERY VOLTAGE
72 - 120 V
2 MIN RATING
5 MIN RATING
1 HOUR RATING
VOLTAGE DROP @ 100 AMPS
MAX TOTAL F/R + 1A CURRENT
TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM