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App note: Understanding basic sensored BLDC motor operation

Posted on Sunday, June 23rd, 2013 in app notes by DP

Here’s a video tutorial from Texas Instruments describing basic sensored BLDC motor operation.

Michael Firth, Motor Driver marketing manager, discusses the basic operation of a BLDC motor.

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2 Responses to “App note: Understanding basic sensored BLDC motor operation”

  1. Timo says:

    Interesting but the difficulties are in the sensor-less operation

  2. tangomilonga says:

    Who do I turn to to get 1min. of my life back which wasted watching this useless video

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