Dagor Brushless Controller

The Dagor Brushless Controller is a fully integrated tiny solution for brushless-based actuators with wired and wireless connectivity, and three operation modes: angular position, velocity and torque. It is an ESP32-based brushless controller that has an on-board magnetic encoder, a three-phase MOSFET driver, three MOSFET half-bridges, a temperature sensor and current sensing resistors.


What makes this controller different?

The Dagor Brushless Controller was designed as a simple platform for hobbyist, students and researchers to power brushless-based projects. This board offers wired and wireless connectivity modes to accommodate a variety of different kinds of projects. The firmware for this board was developed for the Arduino development environment and powered by the SimpleFOC project. This code is merely a starting point as it’s encouraged to modify it to fit specific projects. The firmware being very easy to modify and understand gives some key advantages:

  • great platform for single board projects

  • custom communication schemes for multi-board projects

  • implementation of unique control laws

  • endless amount of compatible libraries

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Alpha release

Be part of the Alpha Testing Team! Very limited amount of boards from the Alpha release soon available at simplefoc.com.

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Documentation website

Visit the documentation website to learn in depth how the controller works, the firmware and hardware, design choices, getting started instructions and example projects.