Latest firmware, FOC, Hallsensors, 1600kV motor, PID Speed Control
At very low speeds the motor does not rotate smoothly, it more looks like there are ripples. Realtime Data shows those nicely. I wonder if you can do something about that. In fact I don't understand the root cause of that. Thanks to the Hall Sensor the Vesc knows which phase to use and based on the target speed, it can apply the amps in a sinus form of the proper wave length.
At the looks of it, seems like the FOC does not take the desired speed into account but simply tries to rotate the motor and then the PIC controller dials it down. Is that possible? Would my suggestion make sense or am I completely off?