BLDC motor controller works at 12V to 30V power supply and typical power is 24V DC. Its speed control is up to 20000 rpm, output current is up to 8A, used for worm and planetary gear motor.
- Drive motor under 120W
- Acceleration and deceleration settings
- Power protection function (Max current setting)
- Easy operation with external potentiometer
- Speed setting via external analog and PWM
- Compact size
||ATO-BLD120A (Click it to see more controller specs)
||12V ~ 30V DC
|Max. Output Current
|Over Voltage Protection
|Under Voltage Protection
|Input Analog Voltage
|Speed Control Range
|*Limited by the maximum rated speed of the motor
Dimensions (Unit: mm)
Tips: Why do a brushless DC motors need to be equipped with a BLDC controller?
The brushless DC motor replaces the mechanical commutator with an electronic commutator. Because of the electronic commutation, the brushless DC motor needs a driver drive circuit. The commutation circuit of a brushless DC motor is composed of two parts: drive and control. The two parts are not easy to separate. In particular, low-power circuits often integrate the two into a single application specific integrated circuit.
Brushless DC motors do not have brushes and commutators, so if you want to maintain the direction of rotation, you must have an electronic commutator. The electronic commutator is controlled by the driver. At the same time, the brushless motor controller can also control the start and stop of the motor, forward and reverse rotation, speed adjustment, overvoltage, overcurrent and undervoltage protection. So there must be a brushless motor controller, even if the DC brushless motor is directly energized, it will not work.