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BDLC direct drive 400 vdc

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hello,

 
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Although the power supply design is specific to the Brushless Servo Drivers mainly for IPM Modules, the concepts and circuit design may be used for any power supply requires high voltage output up to 400V DC and 5 Amps. The power supply is an unregulated design with an option to allow connection to ...
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however i have several questions about this board:
 
-how does this board is working?can i connect a arduino UNO on it to manage the set up?
-how does it coast? 
-is it abble to supply a bdlc motor direct drive of 600 watt? (0,6 hp)
 if yes,how do we manage the rpm on this board? 
 
i use a arduino uno to pilote a board i made by my own,this board is composed of 6 IRF840 and 3 microcontrollers IR2104 meanly,i found out the software on internet to this page https://simple-circuit.com/arduino-sensorless-bldc-motor-controller-esc/ but am not sure neither that the code can be efficient enough to supply the kind of motor i use..
 
thanks to care
regards from france
 
nicolas rollet
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This topic shows how to build a sensorless brushless DC (BLDC) motor controller or simply an ESC (Electronic Speed Controller) using Arduino. There are two types of brushless DC motors: sensored and sensorless. Sensorless BLDC motor commutation is based on the BEMF produced in the stator windings.
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Here is the project page: http://www.electronics-lab.com/project/power-supply-brushless-motor-drivers/

This board produces 400V output to power Brushless Servo Drivers, mainly IPM Modules. It is not able to drive the motor. For this purpose you will need a driver board.

We can produce this board if order quantity is > 25 pieces. If this interests you, i can quote for that.

An Arduino can be used to produce the control signals for the control board.

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