HBL2360 setting

5 years 3 months ago - 5 years 3 months ago #29530829 by vit
HBL2360 setting was created by vit
sorry for my bad english, I'm using Google translator.
controller 2360
two 2000-watt motor
I use closed loop speed
I can not adjust the capacity increase at the start. I can keep the engines by hand. (I hope do you understand me)
please help with the settings
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5 years 3 months ago #29530833 by TechSupport
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I'm having some difficulties understanding.

As far as it goes, does the motor spin like it should without the need for help by hand in open loop?

If so, make sure you set the closed loop feedback to hall sensors if you are using the hall sensor as feedback, or to "Others" for encoders.

In speed mode, it will run primarily on the "I" gain.

P = 0
I = 2
D = 0

Add more I gain as needed to get as close to speed as possible. Add D gain, but not too much to give the command change over a boost. Then add P gain in very small amounts (0.3 to start if needed) to get to speed.

Make sure to adjust your speed and acceleration values as needed.

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5 years 3 months ago #29530836 by vit
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Thanks for the quick response
I am using hall sensors
I understood you, this variant has not helped.
engines installed on ATV, can not go through a small stone.

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5 years 3 months ago #29530837 by TechSupport

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5 years 3 months ago #29530838 by vit
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Yes works very badly. ATV not go.
Now I have PID 8-4-2

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5 years 3 months ago #29530839 by TechSupport
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Speed mode is I gain, not P gain. In open loop, the motor should run smooth. If it isn't smooth, then likely either your hall sensors are not 120 degrees out of phase, or the UVW pairing combination is not correct.

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5 years 3 months ago #29530840 by vit
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closed loop better

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5 years 3 months ago #29530841 by vit
Replied by vit on topic HBL2360 setting
open - very weakly
closed - better, but not enough power
I write to you in the mail? I can send the video

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5 years 3 months ago #29530842 by TechSupport
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If it isn't enough power, then you need to adjust your I gain higher. The P gain is minimal. You speed and acceleration parameters also need to be adjusted.

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