I have access to about 1000 new motor controllers. I would like to use them but they are non zero reset controllers. How, in a economical way, do I make them into zero reset controllers? They are SCR drives with an output of 0 - 90 VDC. Input 120VAC. Any help would be appreciated.
More information here might help, maybe some pics? Please explain the “reset” and what is zero (0v, zero instruction data, etc.)
yep… the question is not clear…
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