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Part Number: DRV8303EVM
I have two questions.
Firstly, I want to TUNE the Telcomotion motor which is provided in the kit. Where should I start? Is there a procedure? What should I read? Which document? Would it be the user guide? DRV8308 IC datasheet? or something else? I need a direction to start working. I have tried the HIT-n-TRIAL process but that didn't work.
Secondly, I want to connect my own motor with the DRV8308EVM. I am not sure about the connections. I have seen the waves on the U, V, W on the oscilloscope and the connections looks alright to me. Also, below image is what I have found after comparing (wiring). Is that correct? If not, what is the right connection?My Motor: file:///C:/Users/vsalla/Downloads/07410268.pdf || https://www.bodine-electric.com/products/brushless-dc-motors/34b-series-bldc-motor/3500/
Thank you in advance!
Thanks for posting on the MD forum!
I would start with reviewing the device datasheet and the EVM User's Guide here:
The motor you posted should work with the EVM but keep in mind that I do not know the start-up torque needs of the motor or it's torque vs. current needed curve and the EVM is only rated for 5A peak phase current.
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