High Speed Sinewave FOC Controller
An analogy for the difference between squarewave and sinewave is like pushing a bowling ball down the street. Sinewave uses a smooth constant push the whole way, while squarewave attempts to simulate the same forces but uses constant jabbing/nudging instead of an even “push”.
The loss of energy to sound (harmonic losses) in square wave controllers which is caused by the transitions between each of the 120 deg phase differences makes your regular cheap square wave controller less efficient.
Sinewave (or Field Oriented Control FOC) controllers are generally more expensive because it requires alot more computational power to output a sine waveform to drive the motor efficiently.
Only compatible with the Zero 10X limited 260!