State-of-the-art PMSM/BLDC vector control solution for aerospace applications, robotics, and electric vehicles.

Télega is an advanced motor control solution for various application domains. Telega employs patent pending vector control techniques that enable high efficiency and excellent dynamic characteristics; also it supports a wide variety of communication interfaces and auxiliary features that enable easy integration into the end application.


Highly efficient field-oriented control with patent pending enhancements enables over 15% improvement in efficiency, better dynamic characteristics and higher robustness compared to traditional BLDC drives.


High efficiency and the resulting decrease in heat dissipation allows Télega-based drives to achieve higher performance in smaller form factors.

Built-in precise motor identification routines ensure compatibility with virtually any PMSM or BLDC motor.


Robust sensored and sensorless operation even with poorly characterized (low cost) motors.

The software is designed with adherence to MISRA C++ 2008 and HIC++ coding standards. The source code is validated using advanced static verification tools.

The hardware implementations are made to withstand harsh environments and extreme operating conditions.

Every manufactured unit undergoes a rigorous testing procedure. The test reports are available online for every shipped device.


Lots of communication interfaces:

  • CAN bus with optional dual bus redundancy for mission-critical applications.
  • USB (no drivers needed for Windows, Linux, and OSX).
  • UART/RS-232 for industrial applications.
  • RC PWM for robotic applications.
  • Scriptable GPIO and analog interfaces (coming soon!).
  • Support for motor temperature sensors.

Telega supports in-field firmware upgrades via CAN, USB, and UART/RS-232 – no special tools needed.


  • Propulsion systems of electric aircraft and watercraft (both manned and unmanned).
  • Electric cars and bikes.
  • Ground robots.
  • CMG drives for spacecraft.

There are different hardware implementations that cover a wide range of power levels and different application domains. We can also design custom hardware for our clients.

Related announcements and discussions

Quick start guide for Myxa v0.1

This post is a tentative quick start guide for Myxa motor controllers. It assumes that the user has a GNU/Linux enabled PC; support for Windows is going to be added pretty soon as well. If you have any questions or concerns, please send us an email to info@zubax.com, or post right here in the commen…

Zubax Myxa - robust operation at extremely low speed

Support for robust, extremely low-speed operation makes Myxa an ideal choice for lighter-than-air aircraft and similar applications, where thrusters are required to operate at very low speed settings. In this video, Myxa is running a standard BLDC motor Tarot MT4008 with a 15-inch propeller at 80 R…

Other practical benefits of FOC

In the few applications I have worked on, using field-oriented control of the motors offered some interesting and useful benefits and features besides efficiency and other things mentioned on the Télega product page. Are there any extra features that Télega/Myxa could offer for brushless motor contr…

Zubax Myxa vs ESC32v3 with Tarot MT4008 motor

We performed new tests of Myxa with Tarot 4008 MT 330kv Brushless Multicopter Motor. Our testbench consists of an RC Benchmark stand, the motor, and a 6S battery. For comparison, we spin the motor by Myxa and by Autoquad ESC32v3. Here are power consumption and overall propulsion system efficiency d…

New housing for Myxa

ousing.jpg2240x2068 678 KB We recently finally received our new housing for myxa. It is red, its aluminium and looks awesome. It acts as a heatsink and should improve Myxa’s efficiency even more. Last time we run thermal tests we found that Myxa can provide up to 600W of power without a heatsink…

Zubax Myxa video

We have published a brief video that provides a neat overview of the features of Myxa and shows a side-by-side efficiency comparison against a third-party BLDC controller. Check it out here: Visit our website to get more information about the Zubax Myxa PMSM controller and its underlying technology…

Zubax Myxa vs ESC32v3 with Tarot MT4006 motor

We performed some tests of Myxa with Tarot 4006 MT 320kv Brushless Multicopter Motor. Our testbench consists of an RC Benchmark stand, the motor and a 4S battery. For comparison, we spin the motor by Myxa and by Autoquad ESC32v3. IMG_20180202_195741.jpg1651x2941 1.46 MB Thank @Sany_V for the Mot…

Myxa vs Orel20 efficiency tests

Zubax Orel 20 is an advanced controller of sensorless BLDC motors designed for use in cost-sensitive applications. Zubax Orel 20 runs Sapog - an open source multiplatform BLDC controller firmware. Sapog has many special features to make the BLDC motor control more reliable and effective. But it is…

Geenius.ee published an interview about the future of electric propulsion and our role in it

Warning: Estonian language ahead. Geenius Zubax Robotics pani kavala algoritmi abil mootorid efektiivsemalt tööle -... Zubax Robotics on iduettevõte, mis arendab välja tehnoloogiat, mis paneb elektrimootorid tööle väiksema energiakulu, aga sama efektiivsusega. Geenius…

Telega Open Source?

Will the Telega firmware be open source?…