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Brushless Motor Control

This video shows a significant difference between square-wave commutated and sine-wave commutated brushless motor drive. The motor (from the B.W.D. Scooter project, can resonate with the scooter frame at certain speeds when driven with ordinary six-step control. Sine-wave control greatly reduces this resonance by taking out high frequency harmonics of the drive signal.

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Category: Engineering | Updated 7 years ago

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