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1200W PWM Motor Speed Controller with Potentiometer

1200W PWM Motor Speed Controller with Potentiometer

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  • This is 1200W PWM Motor Speed Controller with Potentiometer
  • The PWM speed controller is a useful DIY component that produces a power upto 1200W.
  • This uses a linear potentiometer as a speed regulation method
  • Well made with high quality circuit board, long service life
  • The 1200W speed regulator uses a barrier terminal block as it's wiring type.
  • The output voltage is linear under load and features a control frequency of 25KHz.
  • Simple and easy-to-use DC motor speed controller
  • Small size and elegant appearance. Performance is very stable

1200W PWM Motor Speed Controller with Potentiometer

This is a simple and easy-to-use DC motor speed controller of small size, elegant appearance, and stable performance. It is made with a high-quality circuit board which ensures a longer service life.

The DC Motor Speed Controller allows controlling the direction of a DC motor using a Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) DC voltage with a Duty Cycle fully adjustable from 10%-100%. The motor speed controller can provide a continuous current of 8A to your DC motor or other DC load. Speed Regulator is an important electronic DIY equipment.

Do not touch the heat sink with the wiring. If it touches, it may burn the circuit board. Note that this is not a power module. It must be connected to the motor to speed it up. There is no change in the output of the multimeter without the motor.


  • Maximum Power: 1200W
  • The speed of the DC motor can be controlled by adjusting the pulse width modulation (PWM).
  • The knob realizes 0-100% adjustment, supports step-less speed regulation, and facilitates positioning speed.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x 1200W PWM Speed Controller


Input voltage  DC10-60V
Output current 0-20A
Power  1200W
Speed adjustment range 0-100%
Control frequency 25KHZ
Wiring type Barrier terminal block
Size  7.7 x 7.3 x 4cms
Weight   75 grams

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1. Can a potentiometer be used to control motor speed?

  • Yes, you can use a potentiometer to control motor speed. When used to vary voltage, a potentiometer can be connected to a motor and vary the voltage (and therefore power) delivered to a motor which will control its speed.

2. How do I slow down my motor speed?

  • If you want to reduce rpm without compromising speed regulation then use a voltage regulator or PWM controller to lower the motor voltage. If you also want higher torque then use a gearbox (which increases torque by the same proportion as it reduces shaft rpm)

3. How does PWM control motor speed?

  • Pulse width modulation speed control works by driving the motor with a series of "ON-OFF" pulses and varying the duty cycle, the fraction of time that the output voltage is “ON” compared to when it is “OFF”, of the pulses while keeping the frequency constant.

4. How does PWM reduce power?

  • PWM reduces the average current (and in consequence the average power). In the case of LEDs, the voltage is unimportant; it is the current that can destroy them (both forward and reverse). As a result, you must be careful not to exceed their current peak rating.