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Part Number: DRV8302
I am using a driver DRV8302 to pilot my brushless DC motor.
Before using it with the motor, I have to make some test to verify if it works well. For example, first step was to verify is Driver responds well to the supply voltage (30V). I measure GVDD, DVDD and AVDD PIN and check the datasheet to see if it matches.
Everything is fine with that part so, after supplying my En_Gate with a 5V-PIN from my STM32, I measured each GL and GH pin and I have obtained the values below :
GH_X : 3.2V
GL_X : 3.8V
My driver is correctly bound to the ground.
Thanks for your answer
Axel, Are you driving the inputs of the DRV8302? These would be INH_x and INL_x with x being A, B, and C.
Is this the EVM board? Which board are you using?
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In reply to Adam Sidelsky:
I am not driving my inputs yet. I want to make sure my board is functionnal in checking all driver's function.
I did the board myself, using the datasheet. Components used are the same as the schematics.
In reply to Axel Lemas:
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