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MCSDK 6.3.0 is out!

Dear MCSDK users, MCSDK version 6.3 is now available: Download It here. Here are the main changes for this version: Motor Control Features: FOCAdded C0 single shunt topology support.6StepThis algorithm has been enhanced on MCSDK version 6.3 release ...

GMA by ST Employee
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Board Manager documentation is out !

The documentation of the Board descriptions format is now available on Motor Control Boards Description Wiki page, this documentation is compatible with MCSDK versions from 6.1.2. Board Descriptions are used by the ST motor-control workbench to enabl...

Zied b. by ST Employee
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MCSDK documentation and your feedback

Motor Control Wiki: STM32 Motor Control Knowledge Database - stm32mcuMC Frequently asked questions (FAQ):Frequently asked questions (FAQ) - stm32mcu   The documentation of the Board descriptions format is now available on the Motor Control Wiki:   Wi...

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Stepper Motor Drive L6208 With STM32F100RBT6B

Hy, i must Drive the Clock PIN of the L6208 with the Timer_1-CH1 pin41 or Timer2-CH2 pin42,it's the same for me (micro STM32F100). There is a routine firmware, a library or a C function, with the configuration and control mode of the Timer_1 to gener...

B.Michele by Associate III
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Resolved! EVAL-KIT-ROBOT-1

Hi,have a question, i don't understand the difference in holding register from low register (address 0) and high register(address 1). I used QmodBus 0.2.1 and if i set degree in low register i have no problem.. But in a High register if set a value >...

DBrag.1 by Associate II
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Resolved! Why all the routines, to handle the DAC output, in the STM32Fxxx_nucleo_ihm08m1 are without code (completely empty)? i.e void START_DAC() { }, void STOP_DAC() { }, void SET_DAC_value(uint16_t dac_value) { }

The 6.2 paragraph of document DocID029868 (Rev. 2), page 34, appears to be reporting incorrect information.Furthermore, pin PA4 seems to be connected to the speed reference (potentiometer) not to one of the DAC outputs as reported in the mentioned d...

RStef.2 by Associate
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