BLDC Motors

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BLDC stands for Brushless Direct Current Motors. With the passage of time and new technology it has become possible to eliminate the brushes from DC motors. In a BLDC motor, the permanent magnets are put on the rotor that moves around the stator. A controller/sensor is used to charge the stator coils as the shaft turns. PMGL BLDC motors are customized to meet customer’s special requirements. Using cutting edge materials and sensorless technology, PMGL motors provide high performance with features and solutions for individual and industrial applications.

Features of BLDC Motors

There is still a need of a motor controller, but the simplicity of construction of BLDC motors offers many more advantages compared to a brushed DC motor in terms of high torque and a very wide speed range. BLDC motors exhibit better heat dissipation, improved efficiency and greater power density. Due to lack of brushes and mechanical commutator, the BLDC motors have a compact size, reduced weight and high speed range.

Key Advantages of BLDC Motors over Brushed DC Motors

BLDC Motors Advantages

PMGL Range of BLDC Motors

Sizes of BLDC Motors

Brushless Motors Application Areas


    Transportation: Electric Vehicles, Hybrid Vehicles.
    Heating and Ventilation equipment.
    Cleaning equipment.
    Industrial engineering and motion control systems.
    Model Engineering: Aircraft, Helicopters.
    Medical equipment.