Cebek USB.R-45 is a computer controlled interface board that allows remote control of the AC output voltage from 0 - 230Vac with loads rated up to 1,500 Watts.
It connects to a USB port on your computer, allowing you to remotely control the output voltage to, for example, a lamp or AC motor. The output transistor is MOSFET and PWM regulation.
The board has a power-on indicator LED and includes auxiliary inputs for manual control of the output in case of computer failure (the inputs are disabled when USB is connected).
PRODUCT SELECTION NOTE: Suitable for controlling most 230Vac 50Hz single-phase "universal" motors, filament lamps, etc... NOT suitable for use with synchronous AC motors, capacitor-start/run AC motors or highly inductive loads like transformers, coils, electro-magnets, solenoids, etc,. Ask the manufacturer to confirm if their equipment is suitable for control using a Phase Angle Regulation (PAR) style controller BEFORE you buy this product! The controller should have an output load capacity at least 25% above the motors peak power requirement. Please do NOT rely on equipments rating plate for power consumption figures as they often quote average not peak power. You should verify the actual peak power at start-up and under full load before selecting an appropriate size controller.Specifications
|Module Input Voltage||230Vac|
|Output voltage adjustment||0 - 230 Vac|
|Power output||1500 Watts Max|
|Minimum Load||50 Watts|
|Interface||FTDI FT232RL USB to serial UART interface|
|USB Compatibility||USB 1.1, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 full speed compatible|
|Compatible OS||Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista|
|Module dimensions||~ 121 x 107 x 40 mm|
|DIN Rail Mount||C7589|
|Board Connections||Screw terminal blocks|
USB Mini Socket (Lead Order Code 507.096UK)
|Product Format||ASSEMBLED MODULE|
|FTDI Driver Installation Manual|
|WARNING||Product operates at mains voltage and is not suitable for children. An isolating enclosure is required (not included). Installation, testing and commissioning should be performed by a competent person. Mains Electricity Info|