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#384 - 04/22/10 04:42 AM Motion IMC power supply  
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I learned a lesson today on a motion IMC with 12 Pulse Drive. There is a +12 and -12 volt power supply that feeds the DAS and DIO board. If you replace that power supply you need to ramp the voltage up to +15 and -15 Volts in order for everything to work. The car will still run at 12 volts but the drive will be very unstable. It may overspeed or get current limit faults. This one had me going so I thought I'd pass it on.

#28281 - 11/23/19 05:39 PM Re: Motion IMC power supply [Re: Administrator]  
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Good to know. Thanks, i have 4 on my route.

#28287 - 11/23/19 11:05 PM Re: Motion IMC power supply [Re: Administrator]  
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thank you so much have 10 of these an have had nothing but odd issues,will put at 15 an cross fingers it solves my issues


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