In this study, a double-sided, 12/8 poled, 3 phased Linear Switched Reluctance Motor (LSRM) designed, manufactured and its velocity simulated by fuzzy logic control. Motor power is about 900 W. LSRM drive applied to a prototype elevator. LSRM motion distance is 2000 mm and it having about 500 N propulsion force used in locations such as elevators where linearly moving accurate position, easy control and rapid response are requested. Its operation and switching sections as motor and generator are determined and the simulation of fuzzy logic and PI speed and position control are simulated. Reference velocity is constant during the accelerating and decelerating. As a different, reference velocity is variable depended to position and time. The velocity of translator was controlled versus to position by Fuzzy Logic Control (FLC) and PI control techniques. Velocity and velocity error signals of translator separately were compared the simulation results PI and FLC techniques. It is concluded that the designed motor in the simulation according to the values determined values may be used in elevator as a driver.