1. NetGain WarpDrive Industrial Controller
  2. This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 12 September, 2013.

    NetGain WarpDrive Industrial Controller

    Price:  $2,850.00

    With over a half-megawatt of power output capability and its professional quality, this silent powerhouse is the new controller of choice! Designed with ruggedness in mind, and ease of use, it is the perfect controller for hobbyists and OEMs alike. The WarP-Drive has the quality you would expect from a NetGain product, at a price you can afford.

    The base unit comes programmed for 1000A continuous rated output at 160V, and is user-upgradeable to 1200 and 1400 amps and 260 and 360 volts. The WarP-Drive comes from the factory with CANbus connectivity, which gives it endless capabilities to operate in conjunction with already-in-development third-party hardware solutions. Additional information on features is provided in the sections below.

    Max Current 1000 Amps
    Rated Power: 500 KW
    Input Voltage 8-160 Volts
    Length: 20"
    Width: 7"
    Height: 4"
    Weight: 23 Lbs
    Adjustable Max Output Voltage: Yes Up To 300 Volts
    Switching Frequency:15.7kHz
    Brake Input Overrides: Yes
    Error Output Warning Indicator: Yes
    Precharge Circuit: N/A
    Computer Interface: Serial Port
    Data Logging Capabilities: Yes
    Tach Output: Yes 1, 2, 4, 6, 8
    Limp home Mode: Yes, Controller Will Derate To Keep Pack Above Minimal Battery Voltage
    Firmware Upgradable: Yes
    Internal Contactor: No
    Thermal Derating: Yes, Derates After Temperature Gets Above 55 Degrees Celsius (131 Degrees Fahrenheit)
    Reverse Capability: Yes
    Adjustable Acceleration (Slew Rate): Yes
    Idle Function: No
    Programmable Inputs: Yes
    Programmable Outputs: Yes
    Terminal Stud Size: 10MM
    RPM Sensor: Available
    Max Efficiency: 1.5V Max Drop At 1000 Amps (With 0.8V Typical)
    Thermal Cooling: Yes 3/8 Stem Fitting
    Warranty Period: 1 Year

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