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A simple brushless sensored motor driver for AVR Atmega

Posted on Friday, September 20th, 2013 in AVR, sensors by DP

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Davide Gironi has written an article  detailing his brushless sensored motor driver for AVR Atmega:

For this project, I’ve implemented a simple brushless sensored motor driver for AVR Atmega. The code i propose it’s not perfect, and can be improved, but for the needs i had it works.
Using this library, the motor can be controlled in speed and direction (clockwise and anti-clockwise).
The running step for the motor are defined as default, anyway user can change it to fit any motor. Below you can find the commutation sequence (for clockwise and anti-clockwise rotation) i’ve used

Check out the video after the break.

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