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New BLDC Controller from Anaheim Automation Replaces Hall Sensors with Software

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Anaheim Automation's latest brushless DC controller allows for USB control with its supplementary software, BMC100, rather than using Hall Sensor Feedback.

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ANAHEIM, CA, August 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Anaheim Automation has just released a new addition to their brushless DC controller product line. Unique in its design relative to their existing controllers, the new product, the MDC100-050101USB, allows the user to control their brushless motor through a computer or PLC, as well as through a hardware Analog input. This provides more control over a brushless motor than any other BLDC controller Anaheim Automation has offered in the past.

The controller operates in a closed loop fashion using Hall Sensor Feedback. Closed loop operation is used for applications requiring speed regulation, so the controller is ideal for keeping speed regulated despite any changes to the load and power supply voltage. The built in programmable PI controller ensures the steady state error in speed is within 1% of the set point speed.

Many of Anaheim Automation's existing controllers utilize Hall Sensor Feedback to achieve closed loop operation. However, the MDC100-050101USB can be controlled through its supplementary software, BMC100. Through this software, the user can control motor and speed parameters, as well as direction. This software feature provides the user with more versatility and control over their application than ever before.

Anaheim Automation, Inc. is a manufacturer and distributor of motion control products with over 45 years of experience. Combining enthusiasm, dedication, and innovation, Anaheim Automation strives to supply thousands of customers worldwide with the quality components they require to make their application succeed. Anaheim Automation surpasses competitors with their Stepper product offering, providing one of the largest in the industry. Vast lines of Brushless and Brush DC, Servo and AC motors, controllers and drivers are also offered at competitive prices. High-precision Gearboxes, Tables, Linear Guides, and more provide increased performance and efficiency. For more information about Anaheim Automation and their products, call 714-992-6990 or visit www.anaheimautomation.com.

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