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Part Number: MSP430F5132
We are using TIDA-01353 eval board to run a BLDC motor. However, the source code is not available for this design on TI website.(http://www.ti.com/tool/TIDA-01353
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In reply to Brian Dempsey:
Thanks for your response! We have got the motor spinning now. The only problem left is at start-up when we need the maximum torque at full load and motor is struggling to start up and needs to be helped. Any idea how to increase the starting torque for the motor? Appreciate your urgent response.
I am glad to hear you got the motor spinning! For the startup torque, have you tried adjusting the START_UP_DUTY percentage or START_UP_MAX_DUTY percentage values. An increase in these duty cycle values for start up should allow for more startup torque with your motor.
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