Bi-directional (FWD/REV) 12V-48V
Bidirectional DC Motor Speed Controllers
A bidirectional DC motor controller is a tool that lets you control the speed and direction of a DC motor. It works by adjusting the flow of electricity through the motor's coils. This allows the motor to turn in both directions. Most bidirectional controllers use a method called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) to change the speed of the motor. They typically have a range of 0% to 100%, where 0% means the motor is not running and 100% means it's running at full speed.
These types of controllers use different methods, such as H-bridge, DPDT high current switch or relays to achieve the control, but all of them do the same job, allow the motor to run in both directions and allow you to control the speed. These controllers have multiple applications, such as go-kart, golf caddy, conveyor systems, milling machines, bead rollers, Motorized fishing reels, toy buggies, quad bikes, and many more. The possibilities of using these controllers are only limited by your imagination.