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    Posted: 22 May 2016 at 9:19pm
Hi all,

where/what is a good source for a 0-10v throttle?

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Wouldn't any throttle work? They're just voltage dividers. Do yoy mean a 10 kOhm potentiometer?
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There not all pots.
Half of them will be hall type which are 5V.
If you can find the pot type it should work on 10V

I'll assume you're wanting one for an Industrial VFD which generally use 10V.
http://www.evworks.com.au/ev-works-throttle-box-0-5kohm-2-wire-resistive-typ
You will need to solder the third wire on for it to be suitable for a FVD.
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0-5V should also work (simply config the controller).

Richo, yes its for an industrial controller... I have a couple of Dunkermotoren BG75x50PI motors which have integral controllers that I'm testing for a project.


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You could try these:

https://www.motiondynamics.com.au/hall-effect-foot-throttle-metal.html
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