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Thread: Worlds first Racing drone with field oriented control

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    Worlds first Racing drone with field oriented control

    Proto of the first Racing drone with Field Oriented Control of the Motors:

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    Driven by Infineon ePower:

    https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/prod.../tle9879qxa40/

    The most advanced motor control in the world and the coolest development platform for field oriented control UAV drives,

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    Embedded Power ESC software improvement

    Hi Siegfried,
    here is an update:

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    I used four Embedded Power ESCs with TLE9879QXA40 running EMAX RS2205 Motors with 6" bullnose props.
    The Code is based on the FOC example code.
    Startup time is <1s. (Startup reliability increased)

    Maximum Speed is 9700rpm with 7 polepairs. (improvements ongoing)
    Current limiter is set to 12A.

    XMC flightcontroller is running Cleanflight.
    PID Controller settings: default
    RC reciever protocoll is SUMD (Graupner)

    Flying behaviour is stable for punch outs and flips.
    Small overshoots in sharp turns may be optimized in future.

    Best Regards,
    M.K.

    Visit us at: http://www.infineon.com/embedded-power
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