BLDC motors are highly efficient, delivering embedded energy per unit compared to brush-type DC motors. These motors are growing in popularity due to the world’s need for greater energy efficiency. BLDC motors use embedded electronic commutation versus mechanical commutation in brush-type DC motors to control power distribution to the motor. Latching Hall effect sensors measure the motor’s embedded position, which is communicated to the electronic controller to apply energy to the motor at the right time and right orientation (see Figure 1). BLDC motors can be used in any application that needs an efficient and quiet motor, ranging from robotics and portable medical equipment to HVAC fans and appliances.
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