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Part Number: BOOSTXL-DRV8323RS
Hi, I have a brushless DC motor from MOONS' (here is the link to the motor) and I am using the DRV8323 evaluation module to drive it. I have the EVM connected to an STM32 MCU, which I have written the SPI driver for per the DRV8323 data sheet spec. I have the INLC line high and the INHC line low. The hall sensors from the motor connect to DRV8323 through the five pin male header on the bottom edge of the EVM. I have a 10kHz PWM going into INHA with a 20% duty cycle. I have verified this on a scope. There is 24VDC being supplied to the EVM and a ground from the MCU. Upon powering the EVM, the motor draws current, but does not spin as it should not because its expecting hall inputs from the MCU. Upon issuing a SPI command to the MCU to change to the 1x PWM mode, the motor stops receiving current to any of it's phases and there are no faults. Here are the SPI comms:
Enable line is toggled high followed by a 1ms delay before all SPI comms.
The first transmission is setting the DRV8323 to operate in the 1x PWM mode. The following lines are reading each of the registers Status 1, Status 2, and each of the 5 control registers. The 1x PWM mode did in fact take hold and each of the other registers returns what the power on default values should be per the data sheet. So I am not really sure why the motor is not getting power at all once the new PWM mode is applied. Thanks in advance for your help. Let me know if require any other information.
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