The motor control unit for 48V drives was specially developed for use in light electric vehicles. With a continuous output of 6kW and a peak power of up to 12kW, the Emerge 6000 accelerates confidently through everyday life.
Thanks to the automatic teach-in function, the controller forms a powerful unit with the motor within a very short time. Our field-oriented control system with highly efficient control algorithms then ensures a unique driving experience.
Using the in-house “Enable Tool NG” software, the motor control unit and with it your vehicle can be given its own, completely customer-specific character during production. A smartphone app will then allow the driver to set four different driving modes and thereby ensure the desired level of driving enjoyment. We also supply the matching display with the in-house app via a Bluetooth connection.
State-of-the-art communication interfaces also minimize fault analysis, maintenance, and software updates by your dealers and workshops. In addition, our motor control unit sets standards regarding the form factor: Thanks to its minimal size, it gives vehicle manufacturers maximum design freedom.
During the development of the Emerge 6000, particular attention was also paid to its robustness for continuous outdoor use in all climates. After over five million test kilometers in electric scooter sharing applications, this control system has already proven itself under the most diverse conditions. There are more than 4,000 units on the road in Europe, which have gained experience with every single kilometer and thereby contributed to the continuous improvement of the product.
Our control system has also proven itself to be a cut above the rest in motor sports: two complete racing seasons in the WEC LMP1 class, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, confirm its status and demonstrate its durability even at maximum performance.
Since both hardware and software are fully developed in-house, we can always react extremely flexibly to customer requirements and special requests.
|Supply voltage||14V - 65V|
|Motor types||Permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM)|
|Control algorithm||Field-oriented control with field weakening|
|Functions||Automatic teach-in function
Four driving modes
|Position sensor||Hall sensor|
No problem! The board of our proven Emerge 6000 motor control unit is ideally suited to be embedded in a customer-specific installation space. We will supply you with it as an assembled printed circuit board and you take care of the mechanical and electrical integration.
Our control unit is also optimally equipped for special requirements: for example, there are some applications where the circuit board is placed behind a rotor in axial extension. In this case, we also have the option to work with an onboard resolver.
In the resolver, a magnet is placed on the shaft end and the motor control unit is placed centrally above it. This saves using Hall sensors and the associated wiring, which greatly improves the way the control unit works.
Together we will find the optimal solution – just contact us!
|Height (ELKO)||4 mm-7 mm (25 mm)|
Open production data for larger numbers of units
Are you trying to manufacture larger quantities and would like some autonomy?
We will provide you with the production data for our reliable motor control unit.
With the production data for our power electronics you can take the procurement of the printed circuit board into your own hands.
You can purchase the electronic components internationally and produce the circuit board anywhere in the world.
We supply you with the production computer for this purpose, where you can load the manufactured printed circuit boards with a software license. We have been using the database system needed for this every day since 2012 and it ensures reliable production with an uptime of 99.8%.
The motor control education kit is a hardware platform for the development of motor control software for brushless electric motors and was developed specially for educational use at universities.
The openly accessible printed circuit board comprises a micro-controller, a power module, and an electric motor. The power module is properly dimensioned to control the electric motors of e-bikes and e-scooters with an output of up to 1,000W.
A direct connection to dSPACE TargetLink allows seamless transition between different types of simulation:
An example project with the Matlab Simulink model of how to control an e-bike wheel hub motor with space vector PWM (SVPWM) in connection with field-oriented control algorithm (FOC) is included in the scope of delivery.
|Supply voltage of logic section||12 V|
|Supply voltage of power module||12 V-42 V|
|DC current sensor||-75 A|
|Phase current sensor||-12.5 A|