Monday, February 3, 2020

AVR Brushless motor driver PWM scheme samples


A three-phase brushless motor it is usually drive by six-state commutation step sequence.
The commutation sequence drive the motor coils in order to make it spin.
The picture above represent a standard commutation scheme, each line is the motor coil status.


Given a 360 degree commution space, each commuation happens takes a 60 degree space.
A coil it is usually driven by mosfet bridge.
The coil can be drive on or off, but we can also drive it in PWM.
The PWM scheme is the way the power gates bridge is controlled in order to drive each motor coil.

In the AVR bldc driver here:
http://davidegironi.blogspot.com/2020/01/an-atmega-brushless-sensored-motor.html

I've implemented 4 PWM scheme.

H PWM L ON: PWM is performed on the ON channel


H ON L PWW: PWM is performed on the OFF channel


H PWM ON: PWM is performed on UWV channels every 60degrees, starting from U ON-ON


H ON PWM: PWM is performed on UWV channels every 60degrees, starting from V OFF-NULL



See above the signal sample recordered using a CD-ROM motor.

H PWM L ON sample


H ON L PWW sample


H PWM ON sample


H ON PWM sample



Notes
  • read risk disclaimer
  • excuse my bad english

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