Hall effect sensors for your brushless motorsDesigned by Wires and Bits, Ships from United Kingdom
Want low-speed torque for your large brushless motor? Designed to be used with 12 slot, 14 pole 63 mm diameter brushless outrunner motors this board will give your compatible motor controller the s...Read More…
Designed to be used with 12 slot, 14 pole 63 mm diameter brushless outrunner motors this board will give your compatible motor controller the signals it needs to provide consistent low-speed torque. Simply attach the sensor to your chassis so as to place the 3 hall sensors in the correct positions around the outside of your motor. Your motor controller will then use these signals to start the motor quickly, accurately and most importantly with high torque at low speeds. No more push starts for your brushless motor powered ground vehicles.
You will receive:
You will need to supply the mounting hardware to suit your chassis as well as the cable to connect this device to your motor controller. Please ensure that your motor controller is able to accept hall effect sensor inputs.
The sensors will accept voltages between +5V and +20V.
High-quality PCBs from OSHPark, careful board design from a professional Electronic Engineer and handy features like mounting slots that allow for up to 30 degrees of fine adjustment make this hall effect sensor board very easy to use.
The included hall effect sensors will work between +5V and +20V making it compatible with a wide range of brushless motor controllers.
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Wires and Bits are a small electronics design company. Based in the UK with a background in embedded hardware on aerospace and naval platforms we are available for your project.