Matching HBL1650 hall sensors to motor's UVW

9 years 1 month ago #29526428 by Anonymous
I have purchased an HBL 1650 and your documentation labels the halls as HA, HB, and HC. The motor documentation labels them as H1, H2 and H3. I assumed A for 1, B for 2 and C for 3.
Is this correct? The power lines were labeled the same UVW.

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9 years 1 month ago #29526429 by Roboteq
You can never be sure that one motor wiring will match this of another motor.
So what you need to do is to wire the hall sensors the way it feels correct. Then enable the counter in the Roborun chart. As you rotate the motor by hand, you should see the counter going up, and down when turning the other way. This will tell you that the sensors are seen by the controller.
Then apply around 10-20% power with the slider and see if you get rotation. If you don't, then try a different combination of the motor's UVW and controller UVW. There are 6 possibilities. Eventually one will work. Note that often a second combination also works but the rotation is not efficient in both directions.
Note that when you have a wrong motor combination and the motor doesn't turn, in most cases you should encounter some resistance when rotating the motor by hand. This tells you that the 10-20% power you apply goes to the motor but to the wrong windings.

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9 years 1 month ago #29526430 by Anonymous
Replied by Anonymous on topic RE: Matching HBL1650 hall sensors to motor's UVW
I loaded the default configuration, and this allowed me to use the slider bar in the negative direction and the motor shaft starts buzzing, but no rotation. I think this means that it could be the UVW lines. Does this make sense?

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9 years 1 month ago #29526431 by Roboteq
It means the controller is sending power to the motor but not to the correct phase. Try the other motor wiring combinations one by one.

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