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    problem : start a motor with Mce Designer

    Hi everyone, I use the Evaluation board Eval-M1-101T with the Eval-M1-05-65D to control the speed of a motor.

    I have a problem when I want to start the motor, it indicates me an error because of the DC Critical Over Voltage.

    I tried to change the value of it but it indicates me an error too

    please , if someone can help me it would be very grateful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcuccio1995 View Post
    Hi everyone, I use the Evaluation board Eval-M1-101T with the Eval-M1-05-65D to control the speed of a motor.

    I have a problem when I want to start the motor, it indicates me an error because of the DC Critical Over Voltage.

    I tried to change the value of it but it indicates me an error too

    please , if someone can help me it would be very grateful.

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    Hi Marcuccio1995,
    What is your DC Bus Over-value set as? Please provide me a screenshot of the parameters in MCEWizard (from the advanced page like the example) and I can help you determine what may be the issue. Have you made any modifications to the power board?
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