Universal Controller Board for Treadmill 110-120 VAC input

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Regular Price: £198.00

Special Price £107.10


Quick Overview

Motor controller board for treadmill new, suitable to replace any type of controller. Suitable for motors with rated voltage from 90 to 230V (regulate Vmax trimmer accordingly) and motor body diameter not exceeding 9 cm / 3.54 in.
There is a fuse on the motor output in order to increase safety in the event of a short circuit of the MOSFET.

Universal Controller Board for Treadmill

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Technical Data
Pilot signal : 0-10 VDC.
Motor power supply ( terminals 3-4 ): 0 -230V , 8A max.
Power display (terminals 12-16) : 0/12 VDC ( Terminal 16 = Zero ; Terminal 12 = +12 ), max 150 mA.


It's advisable to add a fuse before feeding 110V AC and a filter network, if it's not already present on the treadmill.

Connect the terminals 1-2 to AC.

Connect the motor to terminals 3-4 (in most cases, 3 on red M+, M- 4 on black ).

Connect the power input terminals 12-16 of the console.

Connect the output terminals 13-14-15 speed signal from console.

It's possible to connect the terminals 9-10 to the safety key. Open circuit between 9:10 corresponds to STOP.

It's advisable to check that the absorption of the motor ( terminals 3-4) without user is less than 1.5 A and the absorption with user at 5 km/ h is less than 4A . If it's over those limits, you should check the transmission belt, the motor and the proper maintenance of the equipment.

Special Cases

If the console is broken you can replace the console command with a potentiometer (image attached)

If the treadmill has a speed sensor, it should be connected directly to the relative signal cables of the console. In this case the speed control is performed by the console.

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