Brushless DC (BLDC) Motors are mechanicaly simpler than brushed motors. They replace the brushes and associated sparks and noise with electronic commutation to silently switch the current flow to drive the motor. These quiet motors can be found in computer fans and disk drives, as well as in quadcopters, electric vehicles and high-precision servomechanisms.
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updated on May 21, 2014.
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Radio Control Vehicles
- Industrial Servos
- Hybrid Vehicles
- High-End Gearmotors
Controller - Some types of brushless motors require a separate controller for operation.