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KMMM 7th January 2010 10:51 PM

maxon motor controller for turntable

I'm building a DIY TT and I'm looking for a high quality DC motor controller.
Mark Kelly's versions aren't that easy to get hold of. Hagtech is developing one but I don't know how it's coming along. It shouldn't be to difficult to build for a novice eather...

Came across Maxons LSC 4-Q-DC Servoamplifier and ADS_E 4-Q-DC Servoamplifier.
Would these (or other Maxon stock controllers) be a good choice for a TT)

Hope someone can help (I'm planning to use a Maxon (type?) motor and belt drive.The platter will be aprox 15kg)

best regards

Werner 8th January 2010 07:53 AM

I have two sets of Kelly PCBs and no use for them.

Drop me a mail at werner @ if interested.

KMMM 8th January 2010 08:53 AM

Thank you Werner!
You'we got mail! :)


Werner 11th February 2010 03:35 PM

For all the people asking about these boards, the whole lot of you,
they are gone.

IZHAKKATZ 14th February 2010 12:41 PM

Can anyone answer KMMM's question?
I'm also interested in a good Dc motor controler for a maxon motor


audiopip 27th February 2010 01:06 AM

maxon controller for TT's
Hi Folks,

Assuming you are going the 110191 brushed motor route the maxon LSC 30/2 (pt no 250521) in IXR mode is probably the best choice of the standard maxon controllers.

It is an 'linear' (analogue) controller (all the other maxon controllers are 'digital' aka PWM) so will be electrically nice and quiet. Having said that the LSC30/2 has a number of features, of which some will not be required (4Q operation is probably unnecessary for example) so it is a possibly a bit of an overkill.

Jon Pippard
maxon motor Austalia

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