Hi folks ! while generating mcsdk files, I am getting this error which says that "No STM32Cubemx version above 4.25.0 has been found" and Generation is not possible. Could someone please help me get rid of this problem ? thanks....
Hi dear Cedric, Thanks for your reply. I have already installed the latest version of cubemx. Even, I have uninstalled and installed both mc sdk 5.0.2 and cubemx a couple of times.However, the problem has not been solved yet. Do you have another idea or suggestion ? thanks a lot in advance....
Hello, I recently bought two BLDC motor controllers, the STEVAL-SPIN3202 and the X-NUCLEO-IHM08M1 shield forNUCLEO-F401RE. I have a project to control a BLDC sensored motor. I am not sure how to move forward. I have AC6, IAR and MKD installed. I have tried installed motor control workbench with no luck. X-CUBE-MCSDK executable that can be…(Show moreShow less)
Thank you for your help. You are correct. I changed the file domain to zip, and when I unzipped it, another executable showed up. I was able to run that, and it seems the problem is fixed on the server side as well.
Using the MCSDK 5.0.1, I can startup and run a BLDC motor most of the time. About 10% of the time, I get a Start-up failure and each time I can see from the Motor Control Workbench GUI that the speed has reached the desired target of 1100 RPM but the Start-up failure occurs anyway. Debugging the generated firmware, I can see RUC_Exec (RevUp…(Show moreShow less)
I'm attempting to generate project code for the STEVAL-SPIN3202. ST32CubeMX doesn't have an option for the STEVAL-SPIN3202 so I tried using the ST Motor Control Workbench and it gives an error "STSPIN mcu not supported in the FW for SDK5". Meanwhile, I'm using the example project provided in 'STSW-SPIN3202'. Is there an add-on for…(Show moreShow less)
Hi, I got the STEVAL-ISA164V1 board from Digikey. As far as the datasheet and online material shows, its an STNRG family of digital controller. Also, the IC mounted on the board is STNRG388A but when i open ST SMED configuration tool i'm unable to connect the board in STNRG category. The board connect successfully in STLUX385A category but i…(Show moreShow less)
What are the use of the Power Measurement classes in the ST MC FOC lib v4.3? From the confidential distribution the following classes are part of MC Library module: MotorPowerMeasurementClass PQD_MotorPowerMeasurementClass There is no info on this in UM1053.
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Hi, We are using a STC13117 on a qualcom based SOM, msm8998. We have used this one before in another product, worked fine. We use the driver from https://github.com/st-sw/STGasGaugeLinuxDrivers The stc3117 actually seems to be measuring current and voltages properly, but they appear in avg current register(Reg 11 and 12) and for voltage in ocv…(Show moreShow less)
Hi Community, I'm trying to talk to to STEVAL-SPIN3201 within the Monitor of ST Motor Control Workbench (v.4.3), running on a Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Windows 8, connected by USB (COM3 at 9600 baud), but I keep getting the error message: “Connection Failed! No response, check the communication cable, the power on the board or the baudrate…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, I have the same problem with System Workbench for STM32 IDE. If I use the precompiled bullrunning binary (EWARM_STEVAL_SPIN3201_BullRunning_MCWorkbench.bin) as decribed in UM2152 the connection between the STEVAL-SPIN3201 within the Monitor of ST Motor Control Workbench (v.4.3) works fine. Then I use the example FOC project STSPIN32F0…
Hello all, I recently X-NUCLEO-IHM08M1 expansion board for a STM32F303RE NUCLEO board and I'm struggling to get it to drive a motor. Note: I'm using version 4.3 of the motor control SDK. I can successfully connect the motor profiler to the board and start the sequence but it never starts the motor. The motor is a small 7 pole pair, 2300kV…(Show moreShow less)
I had a very similar problem, but using a STM32F302R8 NUCLEO board. However, when I used a STM32F303RE NUCLEO board with the same IHM08M1 power stage, I was able to run the motor-profiler. Because the F303 and F302 micro-controllers are so similar, it was even possible to select the F302R8+IHM08M1 combination in motor-profiler when using the…