Perform steps (1) to (11) in order.
This system includes a 42BLF BLDC motor manufactured by ACT motor.
Motors must be a Hall sensor BLDC type for normal working.
Check the R/B exterior, set the switch correctly as described in 6.
Connect the motor to the board. (see 5)
Insert the R/B board to Arduino and insert the LCD board to the R/B board.
Connect the stabilized power supply to the R/B board.
Check the motor control switch. Set the start switch to "H". Set the brake
switch to "H". Set the OVP switch as desired ("L": square wave, "H": sine
wave). Set the CW/CCW switch as desired rotation direction. ("L": CW, "H":
Supply power to the R/B board.
Connect PC with Arduino board via USB cable. Upload the attached sketch
to Arduino. (See 7.4)
Tune potentiometer on R/B board to set target speed which is displayed on
Start motor rotation by changing the start switch to "L". Check if motor
rotation speed displayed on LCD can achieve target speed.
Tune potentiometer on R/B board to change target speed which is displayed
on LCD. Check if motor rotation speed displayed on LCD can achieve to the
Stop motor rotation by changing Start switch to "H".
To rotate the motor, shift the start switch of the shield to "L".
Current rotation speed is displayed as "C" parameter of the LCD module.
After rotation is started, rotation speed is controlled to maintain the current speed even power supply
voltage is changed.
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Table 7-2 Usage for MCD+MCU mode
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