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Using DRV8432 to drive a BLDC
Hi, I'm trying to use DRV8432 to drive a BLDC. I have a question to implement the project.
I am to use this PWM shceme to drive a BLDC open loop
But I dont know how to make individual channel float (neither low side or high side conduct). Could you please help me. Or could you show me another PWM scheme which doesnt need a floating channel.
Please look at the DRV8332. It is designed for BLDC motors with a dedicated /RESET pin to float each channel.
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