A brushless motor is one in which no carbon brushes are used for the electrical connection between the stator and rotor.
In a brushless motor, the electrical coils are in the stator, (the part of the motor that does not rotate) while the magnets are in the rotor. (the rotating part attached to the wheel)
In a classic electric motor there are carbon brushes that wear out over time and need to be replaced regularly. Thanks to the absence of carbon brushes, this motor in an electric scooter is completely maintenance-free.
By this way, the motor in your electric scooter does not require any maintenance. This motor is controlled by an electronic controller. The controller constantly measures the position of the rotor using a HAL sensor, and controls the motor in the most efficient manner.
This brushless motor has many advantages such as:
- virtually indestructible
- quiet operation
Maintenance brushless motor
A brushless motor is maintenance-free. But it is important to keep a few things in mind. Never drive through deep puddles to prevent water from entering the engine compartment. If water intrusion occurs, the engine may rust, greatly reducing performance.