New old stock AX2500

8 years 2 months ago #29527383 by Bluewater
HI all,

I have new old stock AX2500 controller that has not been used. I am using the controller for a tracked robot. I have a question about wiring the controller\'s control circuit. Can i wire the controller\'s control circuit with a DC-DC power converter? I have DC-DC converter that will convert 24v to 12v 5amps or do i need to have standlone 12v battery for the controller\'s control circuit? Also what is the size of fuse i should use for controller\'s control circuit and size of fuse for the motor power circuit? I was thinking 5amp for control circuit and 100 amp for the motors. I am using pair of wheelchair motors.

Thanks,

bluewater

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8 years 2 months ago #29527387 by roboteq
Replied by roboteq on topic Re:New old stock AX2500
a converter will be fine.

However, unless your unit is very old, it can be powered soleley from the main thick Red/Black wires. The yellow wire is only needed to turn the controller off when grounding the wire.

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8 years 2 months ago #29527389 by Bluewater
Replied by Bluewater on topic Re:New old stock AX2500
Hi all,

This AX2500 is very old, it has red and black wires for the controller\'s control circuit. It\'s a AX2500 not a AX2550.

I have no more room in my robot for a standlone battery for the control circuit. i thought that i can use a dc-dc converter for replacement standlone battery.

Thanks,

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