Quality

Manufactured to latest surface mount technology for quality & reliability

Silent Operation

The 20kHz output frequency ensures silent operation

Three Sizes

Choose between the Mini, Midi & Maxi Maestro for your application

Accurate

The Maestro is characterised by the accuracy of its speed & current loops

DC Servo Control in Three Sizes

Mini Maestro

DC servo drives available from 3A to 14A

Midi Maestro

Midi DC servo drive from 8A to 14A

Maxi Maestro

Maxi DC Servo drive available in 25A

Maestro DC servo drive by Control Techniques

Maestro Product Information

The Control Techniques Maestro range is an ideal drive range for permanent magnet DC servo motors. The range comes in three sizes - Mini, Midi and Maxi, with all three types providing quality, reliability and repeatability. The 20kHz output frequency ensure silent operation, with the Maestro range characterised by the accuracy of its speed and current loops.

  1. > Available in 3A to 25A
  2. > Silent drive design with surface mount construction
  3. > 3 model sizes
  4. > 20kHz switching frequency
  5. > Analogue technology

Maestro Dimensions

Frame Size Mini Midi Maxi
height 100mm (3.9in) 196mm (7.7in) 196mm (7.7in)
width 160mm (6.3in) 65mm (2.5in) 84mm (3.3in)
depth 41mm (1.6in) 220mm (8.6in) 220mm (8.6in)
Maestro dimensions

Maestro Specifications

Function Mini Maestro Midi Maestro Maxi Maestro
AMP Rating Available from 3A to 14A Available from 8A to 14A Available in 25A
Supply DC supply required, 20V to 80V or battery 105VAC input 105VAC input
Analogue speed reference input ±10V (33kΩ input impedance) ±10V (10kΩ input impedance) ±10V (10kΩ input impedance)
Minimum Tacho Signal 5V 5V 5V
Error Amplifier Temperature Drift ±25V (µV/°C) 1.3 µV/°C 1.3 µV/°C

Mini Maestro

AMP Rating Available from 3A to 14A
Supply DC supply required, 20V to 80V or battery
Analogue speed reference input ±10V (33kΩ input impedance)
Minimum Tacho Signal 5V
Error Amplifier Temperature Drift ±25V (µV/°C)

Midi Maestro

AMP Rating Available from 8A to 14A
Supply 105VAC input
Analogue speed reference input ±10V (10kΩ input impedance)
Minimum Tacho Signal 5V
Error Amplifier Temperature Drift 1.3 µV/°C

Maxi Maestro

AMP Rating Available in 25A
Supply 105VAC input
Analogue speed reference input ±10V (10kΩ input impedance)
Minimum Tacho Signal 5V
Error Amplifier Temperature Drift 1.3 µV/°C

Applications

The Maestro DC servo drives are ideal for those applications that require accurate speed and current loops. Typical applications that use the Maestro range include:

  1. > Woodworking machinery
  2. > CNC machinery
  3. > Any application that requires accurate servo control

PDF DOWNLOADS

Download more information about the Mini, Midi and Maxi Maestro drives in PDF format including user guides for all three sizes

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Repairs

As an official Control Techniques Integration Partner we are authorised to provide the best support for your Maestro drives. We’ve been repairing drives for 35+ years and have rigs in place to fully test your servo drives. All of our repairs include a full 12 month warranty and our no fix no fee promise.

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Troubleshooting

You can find a wide range of diagnostic information about the Mini, Midi and Maxi Maestro drives in the user guides in our PDF download section. In there you will see comprehensive information about the status of the LED indicators and how to fault find. If you’re still struggling get in touch with us and our engineers will do their best to help.

How to find your Maestro part number

Although the Maestro comes in three sizes, you can find your part number on the front of each drive near the control terminals. It can also be found on the side where all the ratings are for the drive. The two numbers will be slightly different, as the side label always begins with DCD whereas the number on the front of the unit does not include this.

Maestro part number diagram