48V 1000W MY1020 EBIKE Brush Controller

  • Item: Brushless Motor Controller
  • Type of controller: Brush type
  • 48V is the rated voltage.
  • 1000W of rated power
  • Potential throttling: 5V

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  • Delivery Charges: Tamil Nadu

₹75 for parcels below 1 Kg and ₹100 for parcels weighing between 1 Kg to 2 Kg.

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  • Delivery Charges: Other South India

₹125 for parcels below 1 Kg and ₹175 for parcels weighing between 1 Kg to 2 Kg.

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  • Delivery Charges: North India

₹250 for parcels below 1 Kg and ₹325 for parcels weighing between 1 Kg to 2 Kg.

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Rs. 99

  • Warranty 1 year
  • Free Returns Policy

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By controlling the amount of current and voltage that is fed into a brushed DC motor, a controller controls the motor’s speed and torque. Different types of BDC motor controllers have different major designs and operating principles.

Brushed DC motor controllers play a crucial role in regulating the speed and torque of brushed DC motors by controlling the current and voltage supplied to them. The design and working principles can vary based on the specific type of controller being used.

There are several types of brushed DC motor controllers, including:

  1. Open-loop controllers: These controllers provide a fixed output without any feedback mechanism. They operate based on predetermined settings and do not adjust for variations in load or other external factors.
  2. Closed-loop controllers: These controllers incorporate feedback mechanisms, such as encoders or Hall effect sensors, to monitor the motor’s speed and position. They adjust the output voltage or current based on this feedback to maintain desired speed or position.
  3. PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) controllers: PWM controllers regulate the motor’s speed by rapidly switching the supply voltage on and off. The average voltage applied to the motor is controlled by adjusting the duty cycle of the PWM signal. This method is efficient and commonly used in motor control applications.
  4. H-bridge controllers: H-bridge circuits enable bidirectional control of the motor’s rotation by controlling the polarity of the voltage applied to the motor terminals. They can provide variable speed and torque control by adjusting the voltage magnitude and direction.
  5. Microcontroller-based controllers: These controllers utilize microcontrollers to implement complex control algorithms, enabling precise control of speed, torque, and other parameters. They can incorporate feedback mechanisms and perform advanced control techniques to optimize motor performance.


  • User-friendly
  • Lightweight
  • Device that plugs in and plays
  • High performance, low power usage controller

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