First, BLDC motors require complex electronic speed controllers to run.
Surface components include the motor controller (often a variable speed controller), surface cables and transformers.
Electronic speed controllers use solid state components to regulate duty cycle, adjusting the power delivered to the electrical motor.
They also use speed controllers and a programmable control system supplied by FIRST.
The two firms were developing new battery based on lithium with an advanced speed controller.
The following picture shows a typical brushless motor and speed controller used with radio controlled cars.
As you can see, due to the integrated heat sink, the speed controller is almost as large as the motor itself.
Its electrical speed controller offered a choice of six-speeds, and the series wound Westinghouse motor that was geared directly to the rear axle.
A 600mm diameter vibratory bowl feeder in Stainless Steel and a variable speed controller.
There was also a speed controller and idle speed step-up device, all hydraulically operated.