The 5 kW electric vehicle motor controller has a rated voltage of 96V, a maximum voltage of 130V, and an IP66 protection rating. ev motor controller uses ARM 32-bit Cortex-M4 core and PC material V-0 flame retardant housing to protect the brushless motor from thermal damage.
- Model: ATO-EZ-A96400
- Rated Voltage: 96V
- Rated Power: 5kW
- Max Voltage: 130V
- Max Phase Current: 400A
- Rated Phase Current: 160A
- Max Bus Current: 200A
- Weight: 2.8kg
- 5 kW BLDC electric car motor controller has built-in Bluetooth, which can monitor the status of the controller in real-time with the host software.
- 96V motor controller supports communication protocols: CAN-BUS, RS485, UART, etc.
- Electric car motor controller has the support of automatic motor matching.
- Electric car motor controller is compatible with various motor sensors: Hall, photoelectric encoder, magnetic encoder, etc.
- Precise bus current control to protect controller battery life from over-discharge.
- Motor controller torque, speed, and power can be set individually.
- Integrated DC contactor control circuits, and other modes are also available.
Wiring Diagram with DC Contactor
Wiring Diagram without DC Contactor
Dimensions (Unit: mm)
5 kW electric vehicle motor controllers are suitable for cars, motorcycles, golf carts, ATVs, UTVs and yachts.
Tips: How to control a brushless motor?
There are 3 types of control for BLDC motors: FOC (also known as vector frequency control, magnetic field vector direction control), square wave control (also known as trapezoidal wave control, 120° control, 6-step commutation control), and sine wave control.
Brushless DC motors use an electronic commutator instead of a mechanical commutator, and it is because of the electronic commutator that BLDC motors require a controller to drive the circuit. Brushless DC motors not only have the speed regulation performance of DC motors, but also have the advantages of simple structure, no commutation spark, reliable operation, and easy maintenance of AC motors. They are widely used in industrial equipment, instrumentation, household appliances, robots, medical devices, and other fields. The commutation circuit of the BLDC motor consists of two indispensable parts, drive and control. In particular, these two parts are integrated into a single ASIC for low-power circuits.