ELECTRONOOBS

about 17 days ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - ARDUINO E-BIKE ESC

In this tutorial I will show you how I've made my first version of this brushed DC motor speed controller. Please have in mind in the video I had some errors that I've fiexed in the final schematic. The controller has PWM control with 3 MOSFETs in parallel for more power and heat dissipation. It ... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 5 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - Mi ESC de código abierto

He estado tratando de hacer un buen ESC durante años. Mi primer prototipo hace 3 años estaba funcionando "bien". Era muy grande y el BEMF no era tan bueno. Podría alcanzar velocidades decentes y tienes ese tutorial aquí en esta página . Ahora, con mi versión fi... view more

Rick Sanchez

about 1 year ago
  • Electrical engineer
  • United States

Tutorial - DIY $150 Electric Longboard

Electric vehicles are cool and there is no doubt about it. Especially electric skateboards! Ever since I saw Casey Neistat riding boosted board I wanted to try this on my own. Price of the boosted is high or even very high so as usually I thought t... view more

Andrei Gabriel

about 1 year ago
  • Electrical Engineer and Maker
  • Spain
Project - Sensored ESC - Homemade | in Basic Circuits

In a past tutorial we have build an ESC for sensor-less brushless motors. Without sensors we had to implement a back electromotive force detection and make the switching sequence with that. The circuit got quite complicated and the code wasn't the best neither. So, in this tutorial... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 1 year ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - MY OPEN SOURCE ESC

I've been trying to make a good ESC for years. My first prototype 3 years ago was working "good". It was very big and the BEMF was not that good. It could reach decent speeds and you ahve that tutorial here on this page. Now, with my final version I have all taht I wanted. High speed, good B... view more