The motor specs:
rated up to 24V
torque constant is 0.18N*m/A
speed constant 32.96 rpm/V
phase inductance: 64.22uH
Pole pairs: 7
The encoder on it gives voltage (analog) output. it does 7 crossing each rev. the motor comes with the FOC ESC and it works pretty well with it.
I looked over these posts for sensorless
But When I power up the ODRIVE, it only draws ~1A but doesn’t spin and then it stopped.
The tool gives me the error code as 3 (Phase resistance out of range)
this post made the current to 2A but still.
after 2A of measuring resistance, (i guess it suppose to spin after that?) then the voltage dip below 24V (like 18v). and I think that might have hit 10A power supply protection (I don’t have caps at the output of the power supply but I think that’s what the onboard caps are for).
the vbus_voltage from explore_odrive.py gives around 1.77V and around 15.5V a lot of times, but not 24V.
the config doesn’t really save by using
Any help will be appreciated