Im new in bldc and odrive stuff.
Let’s assume that in my system a bldc motor can rotate only … 90deg (it is physically limited by a beam connected to its shaft).
How can I perform a startup seq? (I think the motor needs at least few revolutions of the shaft).
Do I have to perform a startup seq for every single startup?
Im planning to use odrive+bldc for a flight simulator force feedback yoke.
There will be an autopilot mode where the yoke should follow a position commanded by autopilot (yoke is centered at the beginning, autopilot on, aircraft is turning to the left=yoke is moving to the left)
The problem is when you fly in turbulent air-the autopilot commands are very rapid/abrupt. Im affraid that my yoke (all shafts and gears) may have quite big inertia. Are there any commands/parameters that I could adjust to let the motor gently overshoot the requested position? (To protect my hardware- pushrodes/gears etc).
(There are dc motor + PID projects where you can tune all required parameters, to add a bit of sprung behaviour).
Thanks for any ideas, hints and tips.