Brushless motor stop at 58% of duty cylce

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macinblack
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Brushless motor stop at 58% of duty cylce

Postby macinblack » 18 Oct 2017, 09:27

Hello everyone, I use a VESC 4.12 and this motor: https://www.goldenmotor.com/hubmotors/hubmotor-imgs/HPM3000-Specs.jpg

In the BLDC Tool, I set the parameters of motor, test the hall sensors and it recognize all sensors and it works fine. When I set the duty cycle limit at 95% and turn on the motor with "up key" of my keyboard, the software increase the duty cycle but stops at 58%... I tried up the corrent and voltage, test again all sensors, but nothing works... Any help?

ThierryGTLTS
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Re: Brushless motor stop at 58% of duty cylce

Postby ThierryGTLTS » 18 Oct 2017, 11:11

Check first the maximum speed, but attention, electrical speed = ERPM :!:

Erpm = (Mech.rpm) x (number of pole pair (magnets) of the motor).

You've a lot of magnets in that motor.

Have a Nice Day.

Thierry

macinblack
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Re: Brushless motor stop at 58% of duty cylce

Postby macinblack » 18 Oct 2017, 12:37

In first place, thank you for your answer.

the question is, my motor can do 4000 RPM, but on software when I have 58% of duty cycle, I do a measure with a physical tachometer that show only 1700 RPM...

linsus
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Re: Brushless motor stop at 58% of duty cylce

Postby linsus » 31 Oct 2017, 13:28

Duty cycle doesn't have a linear behaviour with RPM from what I know?
Rather then a straight line between the axis X and Y (dutycycle vs. RPM) it should be more of a baloon shape.

rew
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Re: Brushless motor stop at 58% of duty cylce

Postby rew » 03 Nov 2017, 08:03

No. RPM is linear with duty cycle. Especially at little or no load, or at a load that is proportional to the speed (RPM in this case).


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