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Assuming you have already used the InstaSPIN website, the InstaSPIN simulation, and read through the Technical Reference Manuals (links on website)
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After evaluation and initial software development, prepare your own hardware
In reply to Richard Shank18:
Here's the data:
Actual measured inductance from phase to phase is about 130 uH. This leads to actual inductance being about 200 uH per winding in delta configuration.
Actual measured resistance from phase to phase is about 23 mohm => 35 mohms per winding in delta configuration.
I don't know calculate in your program yet.
Here are the results of lab 3b:
Thanks for the very elaborate instructions. It's a life saver.
I opened the code present in
Compiled it in ccs 7.0, but i have problems connecting to target.
I had to choose a processor (28069M and XDSv2 as connection) I have a big "test connection report".
What do i do ?
In reply to srinath mallikarjunan:
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