Controllers

Concens offer basic in-line electric actuator controllers, which allow electronic control and protect the actuator and the equipment that the actuator is connected to from damage. The basic controllers include a soft-start function with an adjustable acceleration ramp.

Controllers
Advanced Multiaxis/CANOpen Controller

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C1-Compact3 controller

Digitally programmable control for in-line electric actuators

Concens offer advanced, digitally programmable controllers for the in-line electric actuators.

The C4 control system is a complete solution for battery-powered in-line electric actuators. Standard systems include IP50 protection and IP65 protection is available. Wired handsets are available.

Controlling and protecting in-line electric actuators

Concens offer basic in-line electric actuator controllers, which allow electronic control and protect the actuator and the equipment that the actuator is connected to from damage. The basic controllers include a soft-start function with an adjustable acceleration ramp.

- with Multiple Control Function

Concens offer advanced, digitally programmable controllers for the inline electric actuators and many models of DC motors with 2 hall sensors.
The C2-20 servo controller provides advanced positioning and control of actuators through easy and flexible integration with the application.

Digitally programmable control for in-line electric actuators

Concens offer advanced, digitally programmable controllers for the in-line electric actuators.
The C3 control system is a complete solution for battery-powered in-line electric actuators. Standard systems include IP50 protection, and IP65 protection is available. Both wired and wireless handsets are available.

Synchronized parallel driving

The C2-30 is designed for driving two Concens actuators in parallel. The synchronization is achieved by adjusting actuator speed during drive. If adjustment cannot compensate unbalance between actuators the actuators will be stopped. In this way mechanical stress and breakage can be avoided.

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