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I am running a DC motor through a DC controller(DC60DP500-800BL-R01 Keya PWM Electric Vehicle Controller) in a lifter. It's working fine but the only problem is even after stopping the motor the lifter still keeps on moving because of its momentum. I want to make it stop instantly by applying some kind of motor braking. So how can I achieve this? Any suggestion/hint will be greatly appreciated. The circuit is attached. Please have a look and suggest accordingly. Thanks enter image description here

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The documentation of this controller is mostly in Chinese but as much as I can get it has no braking capability. You need another controller.

For comparison, here is another controller from the same manufacturer, KEYA Electron. It is not difficult at all to locate and recognize the braking circuit.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Thank you very much sir. Really appreciated!! \$\endgroup\$ Oct 29 '20 at 16:05
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This question appears to be about how to use a product rather than electrical engineering theory or design. The product appears to be intended for use with a brushed DC motor. A brushed DC motor can be braked by first removing the armature voltage and then connecting a resistor across the motor armature. The resistor must be selected to be suitable for the motor voltage and current rating and the kinetic energy to be absorbed from the load. A suitable controller (not this one) can control the use of the braking resistor. With this controller, you must design an external brake application system.

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