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  • The Making of A DIY Brushless Gimbal with Arduino

    Hey, Thanks for your reply,My system is working exactly as shown in the eLABZ site, there its a 12P Motor where 1 rotation means 36 Steps,Mine has 14P and 1 Rotation means 42 Steps, is there a way to get that a little bit more smooth?2nd Question, i have a huge problem with Heat. Without any load they're heating up rapidly. did you have similar problems? and do you know any kind of solution?I am working with a set PWM signal from the spreadsheet, 42 values btw :)thanks :)

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  • The Making of A DIY Brushless Gimbal with Arduino

    Hey, great work :),i'm working on something similar to your project , but its not working as intended..At first i just want to control the BLDC without any gyro (that would be a special Feature) . I tried to use the Arduino Sketch from Elabz but it doesn't work for me. Now i found a very nice Post : http://www.berryjam.eu/2015/04/driving-bldc-gimbal...the difference to that project would be that i use the L298 H-Bridge...i use it the same way you showed in Step 10.Ok now to my problem with that Sketch my BLDC is rotating The post says :"This means 360×6 = 2160 “steps” per mechanical revolution or 0,16(7) degree of precision" but my Motor needs 14 Steps to rotate once, that means its really inaccurate.. do you have any idea why this could be the case?Motor i'm...see more »Hey, great work :),i'm working on something similar to your project , but its not working as intended..At first i just want to control the BLDC without any gyro (that would be a special Feature) . I tried to use the Arduino Sketch from Elabz but it doesn't work for me. Now i found a very nice Post : http://www.berryjam.eu/2015/04/driving-bldc-gimbal...the difference to that project would be that i use the L298 H-Bridge...i use it the same way you showed in Step 10.Ok now to my problem with that Sketch my BLDC is rotating The post says :"This means 360×6 = 2160 “steps” per mechanical revolution or 0,16(7) degree of precision" but my Motor needs 14 Steps to rotate once, that means its really inaccurate.. do you have any idea why this could be the case?Motor i'm using : 2206-140Kv Brushless Gimbal Motor ( that should be the smaller version of yours)

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