Features at a glance:
  • Wide voltage range 11.0V to 36.0V
  • Full Speed Regulation with linear control. Options for multiple input options, including Potentiometers, Joysticks or Hall Effect Devices
  • Reverse Polarity Protection for main drive circuits, Control circuitry protection, protected against EMF spiking up to 600 Volts!
  • Optional Soft start for forward and reverse directions!
  • Maximum Continuous Current of 50A (capable of sustaining short burst loads up to 80A!)
  • Ultrasonic! High Frequency PWM Removes the “whine” caused by oscillating motor windings, even at low speeds!
  • 2 Oz 4 Layer PCB with heavy copper traces for low resistance and high current capacity!
  • High Speed, 2 AMP N-Channel Mosfet driver!
  • 8x High Current 180 Amp 75V Mosfets with the worlds lowest RDS On in TO-220 (4 for 25A model)
  • Four Quadrant motor control
  • Regenerative - Power generated from the motor is fed back to the source for longer lasting batteries
  • Low voltage driver shutdown, protecting the high speed switching drivers against sagging or failing batteries!
  • Internal voltage filtering with Transient Clamping Protection to ensure stable and reliable control at all times!
  • Eight Way Terminal Connector; For quick and secure connections, suitable for most terrains!
  • External connectors for Hall Effect or Potentiometer, On/Off switch and dual inputs for cable lengths up to 5m!
  • Flexible inputs! 1k to 1000K Potentiometers, Joysticks, Hand or Foot throttles, Hall Effect ( basically any voltage range from 0-5v!)
Available Models
There is only one single board, but there are four different control options. The A, B, C and D model selection is made at the time of purchase and comes in the form of a (preinstalled) custom Integrated Circuit (IC). If you ever need to change models after purchase, it is simply a matter of purchasing a new A, B, C or D module, and fitting it.
MODEL A
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ONE DIRECTION AT A TIME Push button Braking Push button reverse Hall effect OR Potentiometer control!
(Momentary SW1) (Momentary SW2)
Model A - (SW1-Reverse, SW2 - Brake, Adjustable Control 0-100%) This controller model is suitable for Hall effect throttles or Potentiometers (Same as Model B). The two switches are momentary types. When pressed, SW1 toggles the direction from forward to reverse or reverse to forward, Pressing SW2 instantly applies the electronic brakes. Pressing both SW1 and SW2 at once will prioritize the brake over the reversing. The controller saves the direction states, soft start settings and input ranges into memory so when you switch on your settings remain as you set them from the previous switch off or configuration states.
MODEL B
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ONE DIRECTION AT A TIME Toggle Switch for reverse Hall effect OR Potentiometer control!
(Latching Switch)
Model B - (SW1 OR SW2 -Reverse, Adjustable Control 0-100%) This controller model is suitable for hall effect throttles or Potentiometer (same as model A). The single switch is a LATCHING type (Switch on OR Switch OFF). When switched ON, SW1 OR SW2 applies reverse, SW2 is a mirror of SW1 on this model and braking is applied at throttle down. Similar to Model A, except reverse mode is only active while SW1 is on. The controller saves the soft start settings and input ranges into memory so when you switch on your settings remain as you set them from the previous switch off or configuration states.
MODEL C
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BOTH DIRECTIONS ON ONE CONTROL METHOD Push Button Braking (SW1 or SW2) Joystick OR Potentiometer control!
(
Momentary or Latching switch)
Model C - (SW1 - Brake, SW2 - N/A, Adjustable Control 100%-0-100%) This model is suitable for Joystick or Potentiometer control. It’s not good for hall effect unless you have an auto centring hall effect as unlike Model A or B, the direction is controlled directly from the input rather than by using any external switch or button. For example, your potentiometer turns about 180 degrees. This model splits that into a forward and reverse with reverse being 0-90 degrees and forward being 90-180 degrees. Of course by changing the motor polarity, you can also have 0-90 degrees as forwards and 90-180 as backwards! The single switch is a momentary type. When pressed, SW1 or SW2 applies the electronic braking. The controller saves the soft start settings and input ranges in memory so when you switch on your settings remain as you set them from the previous switch off.
MODEL D
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Forward at speed set by pot Reverse at speed set by pot Throttle or Potentiometer control
(
Momentary switch) (Momentary switch)
Model D (SW1Forward, SW2 - Reverse, Adjustable Control 0-100%)
The model D is different again to the other three models. The potentiometer is only used to set the speed, then the motor is operated by the buttons only. You set the speed with the potentiometer and pressing either SW1 (FWD) or SW2 (REV) buttons will make the motor. Say for example we have a motor that we want to have running at 50% speed. We set the potentiometer to 50% and that’s it. The motor will not operate unless one of the buttons is pressed. If you press SW1 then The motor will spin in the forward direction at 50% and if you want to go in reverse at 50% then you press SW2. When your fingers are off the buttons, the motor braking is applied. Hence it will only ever run while you have your fingers on the buttons.
One important feature to note~: Even on models that only use either SW1 or SW2, during the programming phase both the buttons are active.
Features common to all models: Reversible: All models can reverse. Deceleration Braking: As you throttle back the control method, automatic braking happens which matches your control deceleration. Regain: is active on ALL models. Soft start: is available on all models apart from model D and is active whenever the motor direction changes OR after brake has been applied (Model A, C) Control Calibration: is available on all models. Current Limiting: is available on all models.