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KBBC – Microprocessor Controlled DC-DC Battery Powered DC Motor Speed Control
The new KBBC-M, (microprocessor controlled) version of the KBBC battery powered speed
controls are designed to allow customers to easily tailor the control for their application.
Adjustable trimpots are provided to calibrate normal speed control parameters such as Current
Limit, Accel/Decel and Min and Max Speeds, as well as application specific parameters such
as Timed Brake Delay. Jumpers are provided to set battery Voltage and motor Current, along
with jumpers for High Pedal Mode, Potentiometer Mode and Cycling Mode, to name only a
The KBBC-24M (Part No. 9500) is designed to operate 12 or 24 VDC motors, with up to 40
amps continuous output. The KBBC-44M (Part No. 9501) can operate up to 48 VDC motors,
also to 40 amps continuous output. Both models are normally available from stock. Complete
details of the new KBBC Micro version are shown on data sheet D-905. For high volume
accounts, custom units are available (often at a lower cost, but requiring a 100 piece minimum
per release). Custom units can be supplied with various voltages and currents, with or without
power contactors or reversing relays and with or without the microprocessor.
Please feel free to contact one of our Applications Engineers if you have any questions or for
further assistance.
Richard Fritts
National Sales Manager