HBL2360A Brushless DC Motor Controller, Dual Channel, 2 x 75A, 60V, USB, CAN, Trapezoidal/Sinusoidal, FOC, 19 Dig/Ana IO, Heatsink enclosure
Brushless DC Motor Controller, Dual Channel, 2 x 75A, 60V, USB, CAN, Trapezoidal/Sinusoidal, FOC, 19 Dig/Ana IO, Heatsink enclosure
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Roboteq’s HBL23xx is a high-power, dual channel controller for hall-sensor equipped Brushless DC motors. The controller uses the position information from the sensors to sequence power on the motors’ 3 windings in order to generate smooth continuous rotation.
The controller also uses the Hall sensor and/or Encoder information to compute speed and measure travelled distance inside a 32-bit counter. The motors may be operated in open or closed loop speed mode. The HBL23xx features several Analog, Pulse and Digital I/Os which can be remapped as command or feedback inputs, limit switches, or many other function.
The HBL23xx accepts commands received from an RC radio, Analog Joystick, wireless modem, or microcomputer. For mobile robot applications, the controller’s two motor channels can either be operated independently or mixed to move and steer a vehicle. Using CAN bus, up to 127 controllers can be networked at up to 1Mbit/s on a single twisted pair.
Numerous safety features are incorporated into the controller to ensure reliable and safe operation. The controller’s operation can be extensively automated and customized using Basic Language scripts. The controller can be configured, monitored and tuned in real-time using a Roboteq’s free PC utility. The controller can also be reprogrammed in the field with the latest features by downloading new operating software from Roboteq.
|Motor Type||Brushless DC|
|Number of Channels||2|
|Max Amps per Channel||75|
|Continuous Amps per Channel||50|
|Field Oriented Control (FOC)||Yes|
|Max Analog Inputs||11|
|Max Digital Inputs||19|
|Max Digital Outputs||8|
|Max Pulse Inputs||4|
|Safe Torque Off (STO)||No|
|Dimensions||228mm x 140mm x 40mm|
- Industrial Automation
- Small Electric Vehicles, Electric Bikes
- Terrestrial and Underwater Robotic Vehicles
- Automatic Guided Vehicles
- Police and Military Robots
- Hazardous Material Handling Robots
- Balancing Robots
- Telepresence Systems