In the electric power steering system, a compact brushless DC (BLDC) motor is attached to the steering column and works with several sensors to detect the amount of torque being applied by the driver.
Maintaining constant communication and feedback based on the driver’s speed, torque, and other sensor data, the EPS increases or decreases power to help the driver steer based on real-time driving conditions. At lower speeds, the steering wheel can be turned easily, and at higher speeds, it requires a bit more resistance to give the driver a feeling of control.
Brushless DC (BLDC) motors are relatively compact and cost-effective, delivering long-lasting operation, easy installation, and reduced EMI noise to enhance EPS performance.
When designing electric power steering systems, engineers must account for a variety of demanding performance parameters to ensure flawless operation under any driving conditions. The following considerations are critical for creating a system that is not only efficient and responsive but also robust enough to handle the rigors of daily use. Here are some key factors to keep in mind:
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