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Part Number: TIDM-1003
Dear TI Experts:
I hope to apply the TIDM-1003 project files to my custom design, a high voltage low current PMSM FOC control.
For the TIDM-1003 project files, it seems that I only have to modify the user.h for setting the custom board and my motor, right?
As for the kp and ki parameters, should I set them? Will the programs automatically learn these parameters and save them?
If NO, could you kindly show me how to finish this part?
In fact, in user.h there are two kinds of definitions for different circuit boards, BOOSTXL_DRV8301 and TIDM_1003.
Could you kindly show me why the TIDM-1003 project files will choose the TIDM_1003, rather than BOOSTXL_DRV8301?
Or I need to add some commands, then the TIDM-1003 project files will choose the TIDM_1003.
Many thanks for your kind help!
1. You must change the use.h based on the h/w board and motor for a new design.
2. The default Kp&Ki of Current and Speed regulators are calculated by motor and board parameters.
3. TIDM-1003 is a reference design with its own h/w board and the code of a project is related to its h/w board.
Hope that you can download the motorWare, and study the instaSPIN labs one by one from the first lab, and have a look at the instaSPIN lab guide and user's guide (SPRUHJ1G) before you start to design your own board.
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