None of the detections work. I've tried increasing or decreasing the current, adapting the omega etc etc, but nothing seems to work.
I have the impression that the code ramps up the rotation speed way too fast for the motor to follow. Is there a way to adjust this?
OK. Update: The FOC hall sensor detect works. Then with say 2A current setting the motor starts to turn. It runs fine with about 2A.
I just realized: I'm running with the FOC parameters detected with my C8085 motor: R=16mOhm, L=6.84mH, Lambda=4.3mWb.
This motor has something like: R= 24, L=180 (measured by VESC6 360 before with other hardware), Lambda = 11mWb (not detected/measured, transported from other hardware).
So... Any suggestions on how to get the VESC6 do detect this motor better?
I have now entered the 11mWb and adjusted R and L values into the FOC tab. This still causes the VESC to do something wrong when the speed goes above whatever belongs with 33V. Ah. Just above the "2500" for sensorless. This event then regenerates enough energy into my lab powersupply to cause an overvoltage trip.
Not sure if I'm happy enough about all this that I dare try this with the 100A nominal batteries....