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  • jgomezu commented on Jonah Grubb's instructable Brushless Gimbal With Arduino1 year ago
    Brushless Gimbal With Arduino

    Hi! Did fix the problem about the motor heating? Blessings!

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  • The Making of a DIY Brushless Gimbal With Arduino

    I saw those formulas, but I could not use it because if you see the first part when the angle is between 0 ° and 60 °, you are going to find that the output value (X) does vary from 0 to 255, when the angle is 0 ° and 60 °, respectively, nevertherless, as the angle increments it gets negative values and values greater than 255.Blessings!

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  • The Making of a DIY Brushless Gimbal With Arduino

    I had wrote on youtube but you told me that It would be better if I would do it here. So in the documentary [6], the BLDC got hot in any moment? Because I have the same circuit like you and I have read about your DIY, but when only put a [HIGH, LOW, LOW] on the coils of BLDC, the BLDC responds getting rigid and producing a constant sound (I think that is normal), nevertherless, after more or less one minute the BLDC starting to get hot until the point of getting overheating because it can hurt you...I hope you can tell me about it. Blessings!

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  • The Making of a DIY Brushless Gimbal With Arduino

    Here is my circuit.Blessings!

    Hi I had wrote this: Hi. I have been working in the step 10. I have the same conection you have in the step, Nevertheless, I am using a BLDC 2208 80kv with the L298N shield driver but the motor gets really hot. I have already seen its resitence and is 21 ohms and the conection and are the same like you. I am using the arduino too. What do you think about it? Please help me.Blessing!You had Answered this:Hi,If your BLDC motor has 14 poles and 12 slots, it should work in Step 10. Though the driver IC can become very hot sometimes, motor should not become. Check Step 6. If your BLDC rotates with your driver IC in Step 6, wrong wiring or broken gyro is suspected in Step 10.And today I want to say to you: Thanks for answered! Yes, the motor has 14 Poles and 12 Slots. I have already made a v...

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    Hi I had wrote this: Hi. I have been working in the step 10. I have the same conection you have in the step, Nevertheless, I am using a BLDC 2208 80kv with the L298N shield driver but the motor gets really hot. I have already seen its resitence and is 21 ohms and the conection and are the same like you. I am using the arduino too. What do you think about it? Please help me.Blessing!You had Answered this:Hi,If your BLDC motor has 14 poles and 12 slots, it should work in Step 10. Though the driver IC can become very hot sometimes, motor should not become. Check Step 6. If your BLDC rotates with your driver IC in Step 6, wrong wiring or broken gyro is suspected in Step 10.And today I want to say to you: Thanks for answered! Yes, the motor has 14 Poles and 12 Slots. I have already made a video to show you what happend with this code( from the Step 6 - three_phase_sinusoidal) in my project.The big problem is that the motor gets really hot. Here is the vídeo. Blessings!

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