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Roamoris Automatic Forward Reverse Motor Controller,0.1S-99H Timer Cycle Relay for DC12V Motor/Linear Actuator,Forward and Reverse Switch Module,FC01


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Color White
Brand Roamoris
Voltage 12 Volts (DC)

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  • 【Precise Timing Control】Achieve optimal performance with our automatic forward and reverse motor controller, allowing you to set precise forward and reverse timings for your motorized equipment.
  • 【Effortless Automation】Experience the convenience of automated motor control. Our controller reduce the need for constant manual adjustments, streamlining operations and saving you time and effort.
  • 【LCD Display for Easy Monitoring】Stay informed about the controller settings with the clear LCD display, providing real-time dispaly on timings and configurations for enhanced monitoring.
  • 【Versatile Applications】Designed to work across various applications, our controller is adaptable to different DC12V motor or linear actuator types.Rated current is 10 Amp.
  • 【Durable Construction】Built with durability in mind, our controller features robust construction to withstand the different of regular use, ensuring long-lasting reliability.
  • 【Comprehensive User Manual】 Easy setup and wiring effortlessly with a comprehensive user manual included, providing step-by-step instructions for a smooth user experience.
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  • 2 weeks later...

The motor controller listed above does work I can set timer to about 1.3 seconds using

the reverse momentary switch and it will move the flaps 15 degrees at a time when holding

down switch, you can change the time to anything you want. The only issue is that -6 it will

travel to far because its only 6 degrees not 15 as stated above. That is not a problem because

you can still bump the momemtary switch to move it just a little bit at a time so overall it works well

for 50 dollars. I was able to eliminate both the relays and just use the timer with no issues.

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