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Motor Controllers

Motor controllers are essential components responsible for regulating the functioning of electric motors. Acting as intermediaries between the power supply and the motor(s), these controllers integrate three distinct modules – Communication Control, Motion Control, and Motor Control – into a single, user-friendly, and potent unit.

Given that motors demand substantial current, whereas controller circuits operate on low-current signals, the primary role of motor control is to convert low-current control signals into higher-current signals capable of driving motors. Despite the mechanical simplicity of brushless motors, they necessitate advanced control electronics and precisely regulated power supplies to operate effectively.