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#74460 - 01/22/07 09:06 AM 40A rheostat
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Anyone know where I can find a 40A rheostat for a 12VDC Auger motor? Or an economical PWM controller?

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#74461 - 01/22/07 09:43 AM Re: 40A rheostat
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Newark Electronics stocks Ohmite wirewound rheostats up to 1000 watts.
http://www.ohmite.com/cgi-bin/showpage.cgi?product=rheostats_wirewound http://http://www.newark.com/jsp/brand/brands.jsp?mfg=OHMI

A 12V PWM motor speed control is pretty standard stuff in the RC hobby or amateur robotics field. I have played around with units from IFI Robotics:
http://www.ifirobotics.com/speed-controller-selection-guide.shtml


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