Funny I was just playing with Mikro and playing with some code.
I was looking at an appnote from Microchip and they just use an
offset table for the 3 phase so it might not be as cpu intensive as
I thought it would be.
I'm just trying to find a small 3 phase ac motor right now so I can play
with this and not be too upset when it blows. That and finding one small
enough volts and amps wise so that I don't have a huge string of
battery's to collect.
I see quite a few guys have read this so I'll ask anyone who does look
at this if they can think of a small appliance or something 3phase ac
that could be "borrowed" ie blender motor etc.
(or did I just answer my own question
WPosted on: October 03, 2008, 12:11:20 12:11 - Automerged
Just thought of another part of this to ask after replying.
There is another Microchip appnote that uses a dsp
instead of the 18Fxx31.
Has anyone used MikroBasicDSP to try this out?
I think the dsps outmip the 18f's but the18fxx31's
have some dedicated motor control functions built in.
Yet another choice