Twin Motor Controller
The brushless motor controller controls up to two electrically powered auxiliaries,
such as water, oil pumps and servo operated systems.
The control device’s main functions include the rotor position detection of the BLDC motors,
the retrieval of commutation information and generation of the rotating field in the stator as well as overcurrent protection.
The control device reads sensor data and drives actuators from automatic transmissions.
The software’s control- regulator algorithms and diagnostics functions
are set in the device’s microcontroller.
Systems require a variety of sensors for gathering physical measurements.
These include RPM, pressure, temperature, position and angle sensors.
Sensors require the relevant positioning in the system and electrical connection to the control device.