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    Now available: sprockets, Clearview display and Domino throttle

    In addition to selling the Sevcon Gen 4 Size 6 controllers, ME1507/ME1616/ME1304 motors and other accessories, I'm happy to announce that we're selling 11T hardened steel sprockets for 7/8" and 1-1/8" shafts for 428 and 520 chain (respectively) made bu Amp Sprockets. We're also selling the Sevcon Clearview display to display parameters from the Sevcon Gen 4 controllers. I also worked to get a batch of Domino throttles for people!

    Take a look and let me know if there are questions!

    Domino:
    http://www.emf-power.com/product/domino-throttle-used/

    Clearview:
    http://www.emf-power.com/product/clearview-display/

    11T 520 Sprocket for 1-1/8″ Shaft:
    http://www.emf-power.com/product/11t...r-1-1-8-shaft/

    11T 428 Sprocket for 7/8″ Shaft:
    http://www.emf-power.com/product/11t...for-7-8-shaft/
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    Frodus,
    The gen4 size 6, can it be adjusted to accept 128 v DC?

    120% of 116 is about 140 and I read that they are able to operate from 70%-120% of nominal voltage.

    I have a line on some 10C NMC that come in 64v modules.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicman View Post
    Frodus,
    The gen4 size 6, can it be adjusted to accept 128 v DC?

    120% of 116 is about 140 and I read that they are able to operate from 70%-120% of nominal voltage.

    I have a line on some 10C NMC that come in 64v modules.

    Thanks

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
    Is this the one you bought from me? The ones I sell go to 120V. Above that, they go into shutdown and do not turn on.

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