RESC: Automotive quality high voltage fork from the VESC

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ragonamuffin
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Re: Moving around pins on the STM32 and upgrading to f7 over f4

Postby ragonamuffin » 06 Aug 2017, 04:40

Any more problems? I would love to say I am done with the schematic. I want to get on to selecting passive components so I can start laying everything out, something I am actually good at! :lol:

Probably don't have to worry too much about the power supply schematics, they came from WEBENCH.

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ragonamuffin
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Re: Moving around pins on the STM32 and upgrading to f7 over f4

Postby ragonamuffin » 06 Aug 2017, 04:43

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ragonamuffin
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Re: Moving around pins on the STM32 and upgrading to f7 over f4

Postby ragonamuffin » 06 Aug 2017, 04:45

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ragonamuffin
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Re: Moving around pins on the STM32 and upgrading to f7 over f4

Postby ragonamuffin » 06 Aug 2017, 04:47

Here is what I have so far for the layout, Much work still to be done on this as I still have not chosen the correct footprints for most components. No reason to lay stuff out twice.
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