I have a commercial treadmill. It's a nortic track and the upper control panel doesn't work. Is there any way to control the speed so i can continue to use this without having to pay 250 bucks for repair. I just need to set the speed
Fixit solution: The speed of a DC treadmill motor can be controlled via a circuit board Treadmill motors are heavy duty DC motors and have lots of horsepower Plus, they have a heavy metal flywheel which gives them a nice smooth power band
Your treadmill The MC-2100 motor controller needs to have an external circuit that creates pulses. These pulses tell the MC-2100 how fast to drive the treadmill motor The circuit that does this on a working treadmill is up on the user console So when the console breaks you need to replace that circuit in order to drive the MC-2100 board.
Note: that other treadmill motor controllers like the MC-60 are self contained All you need is to solder a speed pot onto a MC-60 board
Here is the fix for pulses:
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