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Part Number: TMDXIDDK379D
I'm using the IDDK board to control a AC ServoMotor (EMJ-04APB22) and following the steps in the document (Quick Response Control of PMSM Using Fast Current Loop). I'm at "Incremental Build Level 1", but I can't see the DAC-B and DAC-C outputs working. Image below
This plots four graphs representing variables pointed by dlogCh1, dlogCh2, dlogCh3 and dlogCh4 work perfectly. Image below
Could you tell me where I'm going wrong?
Surprising, can you check level 2?
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In reply to Ramesh Ramamoorthy:
Images from "Incremental Build Level 2".
The servo motor is rotating.
Very strange, do we have a bad weld?
In reply to Alanderson Silveira:
Are you able to see DAC waveforms?
Unfortunately not. It looks the same as the oscilloscope image, but it is not.
Servo motor and encoder are connected.
Hello my friends,
Operation OK! Oscilloscope horizontal scale error.
Thanks to everyone who saw the post,
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