I am using a hub motor with an encoder (4096 steps/rev) but I don’t have an indexing output at the motor.
I want to use the encoder to get a smoother run of the it at low speeds. Therefore i am not interested on the position of the motor. So as used on the Hall-Sensor code, it would be great to skip the initialization process.
When using the software interrupt library PciManager, I am not able to upload the code to the board.
When I try to upload the encoder_software_interrupts_example.ino sketch, i get this response:
If I change the values to the specifications of my encoder, I get the same result.
Is there a way to tell the motor.initFOC() the initialization process data, as when using Hall sensors??
And while I’m here, I plan on powering the setup with batteries. How are my changes to get a deepSleep for the B-G431B-ESC1? Or at least lower the power consumption when the motor is not in use?