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DRV8312-69M-KIT: Sensor (Resolver) connection to the Boosterpack

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Part Number: DRV8312-69M-KIT

I wanted to use Resolver for position feedback which is already there in my motor and i wanted to give this position information to my boosterpack.
I can find connection for Encoder(J4 on board) and Hall sensor(J10 on the board) but i do not know how and where to connect my resolver to my board.


How can I connect my resolver to this DRV8312?

There are total 3 sets of wire.

2 for Excitation, 2 for SINE, 2 for COSINE

Any help will be appreciated.

Thank you

regards

Rahul Lukhi

  • Hi,

    A TI applications engineer has been assigned to help with your issue. US sites are currently closed due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, so responses may be delayed.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Veena
  • In reply to Veena Kamath:

    Hello,

    Thank you. But I did not get any solution regarding this issue.

    regards
    Rahul
  • In reply to Stark:

    Hi Rahul,

    The only evaluation kit that C2000 offers that enables the control of a motor with resolver feedback (in one kit) is the TMDXIDDKKIT
    (http://www.ti.com/tool/TMDXIDDK379D)

    Cheaper kits, such as the one you have are good for controlling the motor inverter.  However, you'll need to breadboard/find some way of implementing the resolver feedback. 

    The TMDSRSLVR kit should be a good reference to learn what is needed from an interface perspective (both hardware & software implementation) as well as some guidance on CPU utilization with a C2000 device.  Within controlSUITE, information on the kit can be found at the below:
    \controlSUITE\development_kits\TMDSRSLVR_v1.0\

    Hopefully this helps!


    Thank you,
    Brett

  • In reply to Brett Larimore:

    Hi Brett,

    Thank you for response.

    regards

    Rahul

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