Where can I find schematics and documentation?

I bought this board and it came with no documentation, it is a PCB and I was hoping to get at least half a page of documentation, I am using this with the Hall Sensors on the Hub wheels 10.5 inch. I was running into the same illegal state error. Now I don’t know where to solder the capacitors, where to solder the 3.3 k resistors, there is no schematic. I was thinking this will through hole capacitors but this is surface mounted capacitors, I could have paid for the entire kit with all the parts as one package. I need help with photos of all the components on the pcb, please share some pictures. Thanks a lot

Hi @Fermi, I’ve moved your reply to a new topic, as it had little to do with the HALL state question.

Documentation can be found here: https://docs.odriverobotics.com/
Schematics and 3D models (for version 3.5 or older) can be found here: https://github.com/madcowswe/ODriveHardware/tree/master/v3/v3.5docs
Firmware is here: https://github.com/madcowswe/ODrive

The index capacitor can be through hole or surface mount, it just needs to be connected anywhere between Index and GND, as close to the index pin as possible.

Dear Wetmelon, my question was not on the Odrive circuit board itself but it is about an accessory circuit board to correct the Hall Sensor Error that shows up on Odrive.
The PCB I bought to solve the Hall Sensor Error does not have any documentation, I was hoping to see some pictures of how the components are soldered on this accessory pcb. I think the person who made the PCB or the User’s of this PCB would be able to answer this question.

Do I need to solder the 3.3K resistors as well? do I need the jumper? I am using the 5V pin.
Thank You

Ah, my apologies, I thought you were referring to the ODrive. Confusingly, the images you show are not the same as the ones from the other thread.

It seems yours were made by @tlalexander, he may have an answer :slight_smile:

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Apologies, I haven’t logged in in a while and I did not see the email notification.

I thought I had a link to this elsewhere, but please see my github for sources on the encoder adapter:

As well as my AUX interface adapter:

Enjoy! :heartbeat: