Revolutionary BLDC Technology

BLDC stands for Brushless Direct Current. BLDC technology, in general, has been in the market for a couple of decades and it is widely implemented in industries needing high torque motors. What was missing so long is its application in the ceiling fans.

A motor is essentially made up of two parts: A rotor and a stator. Rotor is the moving part (inside) of a motor while stator is a stationary (outer) part. The two parts use magnetic/electromagnetic energy to create movement/rotation just like how two magnets interact to create rotational motion (as shown in the gif below). And this is how a motor works. Winding copper/aluminium wire around a steel/iron metallic piece typically creates the electromagnets for stator. The magnet for the rotor can be permanent magnet or electromagnet depending on the type of motor.