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    BLDC Motor Controller, 12V ~ 60V

    $283.36
    SKU: ATO-BLDC-C50
    Low price brushless DC motor controller works at 12V to 60V power supply to control speed for 1000W 36V/ 48V 3 phase BLDC motor. This motor driver is equipped with a variety of communication interfaces, and can realize different mode control, PWM open loop and speed closed loop.

    Brushless DC Motor Controller, 12V ~ 60V

    $438.06
    SKU: ATO-BLDC-C100
    Low cost BLDC motor controller works at 12V to 60V power supply to control speed for 1500W 36V/ 48V 3 phase BLDC motor. Work current range from 6 ~ 75A, 50 rpm in hall sensor motor and 1 rpm in encoder sensor. This brushless electric motor driver should be installed in a well-ventilated environment.

    Brushless DC Motor Controller, 12V ~ 56V

    $196.98
    SKU: ATO-BLDC-C300B
    Brushless DC motor controller drives motor under 120W, used for 24V/36V BLDC worm gear motor or planetary gear motor to perform speed control, power supply range from 12V to 30V, typical power 48V DC. This motor driver is compact and easy operation with external potentiometer.

    Brushless DC Motor Controller, 12V ~ 30V

    $159.99
    SKU: ATO-BLDC-C120A
    Economical price brushless DC motor controller drives motor under 120W, used for 24V/36V BLDC worm gear motor or planetary gear motor to perform speed control. Power supply range from 12V to 30V, compact size and easy operation with external potentiometer.

    Brushless DC Motor Controller, 18V ~ 52V

    $233.52
    SKU: ATO-BLDC-C750
    Brushless DC motor controller is used for 50W to 750W 3 phase BLDC motor, worm gear motor or planetary gear motor to perform speed control, power supply range from 18V to 52V DC, typical power is 48V DC.

    Brushless DC Motor Controller for Electric Vehicle

    $395.52
    SKU: ATO-BLDC-TH-G
    High speed BLDC motor controller is designed for electric motorcycles and electric scooters, equiped with powerful and intelligent microprocessor, up to 40000 electric RPM, compatible with 60 degrees or 120 degrees Hall position sensor and support any poles of brushless motor.

    Brushless DC motor controller, also known as BLDC motor controller, is composed of the motor main body and the driver. It has the advantages of good adjustment and starting performance of the DC motor and the simple structure of the asynchronous motor without maintenance. ATO.com offers different models of BLDC motor controllers at economical price to match with 12V, 24V, 36V, 48V 3 phase brushless motors, worm gear motors and planetary gear motors. They are compact and easy to control your motor speed.

    What are the Functions of Brushless DC Motors?

    The brushless DC motor controller is a control device that can be used to provide a closed-loop commutation control signal for a 3 phase brushless motor. At the same time, the mode can also be used to control the motor speed and perform the necessary protection of the motor. The brushless motor controller is much more complicated than a brushed motor controller.

    Functions:

    • Simple variable speed control possible.
    • All important currents are determined by a single external resistor for easy setup.
    • The start and stop of the motor can be done using the power supply of the circuit.
    • The start-up timing sequence is completed by two capacitors.
    • It can run the control function independently, and the peripheral circuit is simple.
    • Adopts new back EMF commutation technology, which can provide minimum jitter-free torque.
    • Efficiency control is possible.
    • With commutation PLC, it can effectively suppress PWM peak noise signal.

    What are the components of brushless DC motor controller?

    The brushless DC motor controller is mainly composed of a single-chip microcomputer main control circuit, a power tube pre-drive circuit, an electronic commutator, a Hall signal detection circuit, a signal circuit, an under-current detection circuit, a current-limiting/over-current detection circuit, a brake signal circuit, speed limit circuit and power circuit.

    Components of BLDC motor controller

    Why BLDC Motor Runs with Controller?

    Brushless DC motors must be equipped with corresponding controllers to rotate. This is determined by the structural principle of the brushless dc motor. The brushless DC motor replaces the mechanical commutator with an electronic commutator. It is precisely because the bldc motor uses electronic commutation, so it needs a controller to drive the circuit. The commutation circuit of the DC brushless motor consists of two parts: drive and control. The two parts are inseparable, especially low-power circuits often integrate the two to form a single application specific integrated circuit.

    Brushless DC motor belongs to the category of permanent magnet stepper motors. Its performance parameters, model, power supply voltage, output power, phase angle, photoelectric switch or self-identification function must be matched with the controller of the DC brushless motor to ensure the normal operation of the bldc motor. The controller of the brushless DC motor can control the motor to start and stop, forward and reverse, adjust the speed, adjust overvoltage, overcurrent, undervoltage and other conditions. Therefore, the brushless DC motor must use a controller, otherwise the brushless DC motor will not run even if it is powered.

    BLDC Motor Controller Control Speed with Analog Signal

    The speed control methods of the BLDC motor controller include self-contained potentiometer speed control, external potentiometer speed control, and external analog signal speed control (0 ~ 5V). Different occasions and distances can use different speed control mode, which is one of the features of our brushless DC motor kit. Watch the video below to learn more about BLDC motor controller control speed with analog signal.

    How to Maintain BLDC Motor Controller?

    The quiescent current of the BLDC motor controller should normally be within 50MA. The current of the motor is generally around 1.4A at no-load speed, and some motors are around 1.8A. When the control panel does not work, the signal light on the board should flash every second/time. If the signal light does not flash without turning the handle signal, you should check:

    1. Whether the 5V voltage is normal, whether there is a short circuit in the external connection when it is not normal, and whether there is a short circuit on the board, etc.;
    2. Whether the voltage of pin 2 of the microcontroller is 5V;
    3. Whether the quartz crystal works;
    4. Whether the signal light is damaged.

    Controller current and voltage adjustment.

    1. Current adjustment: Adjust the constantan length.
    2. Voltage adjustment: The undervoltage sampling circuit is composed of two voltage divider resistors from the 48V or 36V power supply to the ground. Usually, the undervoltage point can be adjusted by adjusting the resistance (Ra) connected to the power supply. Because the resistance connected to the ground is usually 1.2K, so the undervoltage value and resistance value can be calculated according to the formula: Ra = (1.2xv - 1.2 x 3) / 3

    Example: When using 48V battery voltage and the value of undervoltage is 40.5V:

    Ra = (1.2 x 40.5 - 1.2 x 3) / 3 ------- Ra = 15K

    Note: 1.2 is the resistance connected to the ground. 3 in the formula is the AD value of the under-voltage processed by the single-chip microcomputer.

    When the undervoltage value needs to be adjusted between 40.5V and 42V, when the fully loaded 1.2K resistor is connected to 82K, 39K, 36K, 33K, and 30K, the undervoltage corresponds to: 41.04V, 41.65V, 41.75V, 41.86V, 42V.