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    Hall sensors for IMC101

    How could I measure Initial angle by hall sensor and use it?
    I have a problem with IMC101. When i'm trying to use sensorless pmsm with InitialSense sometimes motor rolls back at start up. So i want to use 3 digital hall sensors for correct start. But how could I do this without using Hybrid PLL Mode? ( At low speed hall sensor works worse then flux pll)

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    In order not to open another topic, I will ask a question here. In my opinion, someone has already asked it on this forum. How to improve the speed of the motor's response to load? When controlled through the IMC101, the motor holds the load well, if it is increased smoothly, but easily decelerated by a fast load.

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    Hello AntonK,
    For Hall sensor Measurement to Hall angle please go to Software Referenced Manual on Index, 2.1.14. and we suggested for you to get(Eval-M1-IM101TF).
    This design Board are supporting DH.

    https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infine...77d97457631fd2

    https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infine...71bbe6f64d4791

    Regard,
    Sid
    The views expressed here are my personal opinions, have not been reviewed or authorized by Infineon and do not necessarily represent the views of Infineon.

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    I figured out the hall sensors, thanks! I have two questions left, maybe you know the answers:
    1. Why does the motor not hold the load at all in the hall pll mode?
    2. I wrote this question earlier. How to improve the speed of the motor's response to load? When controlled through the IMC101, the motor holds the load well, if it is increased smoothly, but easily decelerated by a fast load.

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