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PLEASE NOTE: Effective 2019, we no longer supply Control Techniques variable frequency drives and components. We have drives from several other manufacturers which can meet or exceed the performance characteristics of the Control Techniques line. Simply complete the form below, or contact us with the model of your current or obsolete Control Techniques drive and we’ll be glad to identify a suitable replacement.

Obsolete Drive Replacement RFQ -

If you need a replacement for an existing obsolete drive, complete the following form and we will send you a quote for a suitable replacement.

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Pin Type/Description Default Function Notes
T1 0V Common Common for External Analog Signals
Analog Input 1 (A1)
either voltage or
Remote speed
reference input
T3 +10VDC Reference Supply 5 mA max
Short Circuit Protected
T4 Analog Input 2 (A2) or Digital Input Local Speed reference input 0-10V 0 to +10 VDC (AI)
0 to +24 VDC (DI)
Sample Times 6ms
Status Relay
(Normally open)
Drive Healthy 240 VAC
30 VDC
2A/6A resistance
B1 Analog Output 1
single ended Unipolar
Notor speed 0 to +10 VDC
@ 5 mA max
Update Time 6ms
B2 +24 VDC Output User Supply 100 mA max
B3 Digital Input/Output Pulse Output Zero speed 0 to 24 VDC,
6.8k Ohms input
Update Time 1.5ms
Pulse output to 10 kHz
B4 Digital Input Not-stop 0 to 24 VDC,
6.8k Ohms
Update Time 1.5ms
B5 Digital Input Run 0 to 24 VDC,
6.8k Ohms
Update Time 1.5ms
B6 Digital Input Jog 0 to 24 VDC,
6.8k Ohms
Update Time 1.5ms
B7 Digital Input / Pulse Input Local/Remote
Speed Reference
Select A1/A2
0 to 24 VDC,
6.8k Ohms
Update Time 1.5ms
Pulse output to 50 kHz
Programmable Analog
All Analog I/O is scalable
Programmable Digital

* 4-20, 20-4, 20-0mA are also available. See Commander SK Getting Started Guide.

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