Anyway, in BLDC mode, I can get the motor to run starting at 1.5A. It needs a push to get started, but then it will spin up to maximum speed for the voltage. In FOC mode I seem to need a LOT more current. At around 20A the motor starts nicely and accelerates to the maximum speed a bit faster than with the 1.5A in BLDC mode. (but not 10 times faster as you'd expect).
Anyway, then at 95% dutycycle, the motor current remains at 20A, but the battery current does not satisfy motor current times dutycycle. I seem to get about 2A - 3A of battery current.
Another odd thing is that when I hit "release motor", the dutycycle jumps to 240% !
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These effects, could this mean that the lambda measurement is wrong and that I should maybe increase or decrease the value?
Update: I thought maybe there IS somethign odd with the RPM going on. But I just measured the RPM and my motor runs at 2200ERPM as normal at 24V (6 pole pairs -> 366 real RPM, a KV of about 15).