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DCL300-30 Brushless Motor Control
DCL300-30 Brushless Motor Control
DCL300-30 Brushless Motor Control with CPC300-1

DCL300-30 Brushless Motor Control

DCL Series

The DCL series is a low voltage, brushless motor control that operates in the 12-48 VDC power bandwidth, up to 30 amps peak (1 minute) or 15 amps continuously. The drive is a unique approach to motion control as the base DCL unit is designed for cost conscience OEMs. By removing many of the trim pots and jumpers associated with motor controls, the DCL saves cost on hardware and setup, but can be programmed by American Control Electronics for your specific application and motor.

For brushless motor control users who wish to modify calibration in the field, the DCL uses programmer board CPC300-1 (sold separately) that snaps onto the unit and provides calibration of 10 different parameters, as well as DIP switches for setting different modes of operation. You only need one CPC300-1 as the adder board can be removed after programming and used with multiple DCL units.

Base DCL units are Modbus capable and come with one trim pot for calibrating maximum speed, and two DIP switches for closed / open loop operation, as well as inverting the hall effect feedback.

Potentiometer Kit 202-0176 is included with a purchase of the DCL300-30


Contact the factory for volume pricing

Enclosure Maximum
Power Range
Continuous (Peak)
Braking Reversing Isolation Feedback
DCL300-30 Chassis 15 30 12 0 - 12 1/50 - 1/6 (3/8) .01 - .12 (.28) Yes Yes No Hall Effect Sensors
24 0 - 24 1/25 - 1/3 (3/4) .03 - .25 (.56)

* Peak time of 1 minute.


  • ACE Footprint: Traditional ACE mounting pattern and footprint
  • Field Supply: Voltage output to energize the field winding of a shunt-wound motor
  • Stopping Modes: Inhibit (N.O.) for coasting to a stop. Can be used for frequent starting and stopping
  • Diagnostic LEDs: Current Limit

Technical Data

  • 1.37 Form Factor
  • 1% Base Speed Regulation
  • 60:1 Speed Range

Trim Pots

  • Maximum Speed

CPC300-1 Trim Pots

  • Reverse Maximum Speed
  • Forward Acceleration
  • Forward Deceleration
  • Reverse Acceleration
  • Reverse Deceleration
  • Motoring Current Limit
  • Regen Current Limit
  • Motor Overload Protection
  • PID - Proportional Term
  • PID - Integral Term