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DRV8301-69M-KIT: How to modify labs routine in motorware to flash running mode

Part Number: DRV8301-69M-KIT
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MOTORWARE

Hi all:

I have a very simple question, that is, how to make labs routines in motorware run in flash(without CCS connected, or called standalone mode?) and drive the motor to rotate?

I know that when compiling, I can choose RAM mode or flash mode, I chose flash mode to compile and burn the program into the chip, but the motor did not rotate after I cut off the power and powered it back on.

Boot mode has been configured for flash startup.

When lab02b is run in RAM mode, when I set the two flags as 1(“gMotorVars.Flag_enableSys"& “gMotorVars.Flag_Run_Identify”), the motor can rotate normally, and the chip can also run the program of identifying parameters normally.

But I can't set these two flags in standalone mode. Is this the reason why the motor can't rotate?

If so, what changes should I make to the program to make lab02b run offline?

Best regards,

Keng