High PWM frequencies don’t require complete magnetic reversal, note, the inductance of the winding limits the change in current and thus change in magnetic field, and thus iron losses are not simply proportional to frequency. Go to the MC datasheet and read it. The inputs map one-to-one with the outputs so you should be able to do most things except coasting. Where is exactly is that pin? I have not read enough to know what faults are reported.
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DuaneDegn on Nov 27, However you can play tricks with lower PWM frequencies and lower iron losses in the motor.
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This chip doesn’t moto either output to float so you get synchronized rectification mode only, but means you still have 4 quadrant control, at the expense of a little more dissipation due to iron losses. Like I said earlier, I’m fairly new to electronics. I’m reading it and I still can’t figure it out. So long as the PWM frequency is high enough.
That’s how you learn what each pin does. The Pololu DRV is an example. Some H-bridges do mixed-mode decay where they control some of the combinations automatically without explicit command, so it gets complicated. Lets be a bit less sloppy here – some H-bridges allow coasting and some do not. DuaneDegn Edison Member Posts: Where is exactly is that pin? A disable pin mottor an enable pin – just with negative logic – in fact this chip has two enable pins, one is a true enable negative logic disable and one a disable negative logic enable.
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Usually copper losses dominate anyway, so the effect isn’t massive. For motion control this is what you need, as the response is basically linear to the drive PWM moyor control loops more stable and predictable. My problem is figuring out how to control the speed of the motor. There are 9 states that don’t have shoot-through, so the most complete control is only available if all 4 switches are individually controlled.
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading mc3386 solves most programming problems. Some motor drivers expect a PWM signal on one input or on the other input depending on the direction you want the motor to move.
Iron losses are magnetic losses whenever the magnetic field in the laminations reverses. The MC actually has an enable and a disable pin, you could trace where they go to on the board? Go to the MC datasheet and read it. Read 1 time previous topic – next topic. For some odd reason, this one doesn’t. Copper losses mean losses due to the winding resistance.
I have not read enough to know what faults are reported. Robin2 Brattain Member Posts: For each bridge you would normally PWM one signal and hold the other low to give speed control, swap pin roles for the other direction.
High PWM frequencies don’t require complete magnetic reversal, note, the inductance of the winding limits the change in current and thus change in notor field, and thus iron losses are not simply proportional to frequency. I can’t see any connection information in your link. I expect its permanently enabled. The only pins I see are the corresponding input pins, vcc, and gnd.
MarkT Brattain Member Posts: If anyone can please guide me, I’d gladly appreciate the help. MarkT on Nov 26, ,