BLDC Shield for Arduino with TLE9879QXA40 is designed to drive BLDC motors in combination with an Arduino compatible baseboard. The Shield is flashed with several motor control algorithms (sensorless FOC, Back EMF, hall sensor based block commutation), and it is controlled from the baseboard via SPI. Additionally, it has a 3x2 pin strip to easily connect the Hall pins of an electric motor. It also allows the user to easily change the motor parameters of the motor control algorithms. The whole dataset of parameters can also be saved and loaded from the flash memory of the Shield or written and read from the Arduino. Besides, the Shield has an RGB LED, which can be controlled by the user. Lastly, NANOTEC DB42S03 and Trinamic QBL4208-41-04-006 motors are recommended for our Arduino Shield.
Summary of Features:
- TLE9879QXA40 chip
- 3-phase motor driver
- Implemented motor control algorithms
- FOC, BEMF, Hall
- Controlled over Arduino via SPI
- Compatible with the Arduino Uno
- Up to four Shields can be used simultaneously
- Each Shield can be controlled independently
- Motor parameters can be set for each Shield individually
- Easy to use API, allowing the user to quickly setup an application
- High performance BLDC motor control in form of the TLE987x chip
- Multi-axis CNC-milling machines
- Construction robot arms
- Multi-copter and other RC applications
- Side-mirrors, HVAC-flaps, light regulation, wiper, seat-control
Our BLDC Shield for Arduino has library which includes a collection of code that makes it easy for you to run your project. Please see the following steps for adding a .zip library below:
- Step 1: Install the Arduino Desktop IDE and open it
- Step 2: Go to Sketch -> Include Library -> Add .ZIP Library
- Step 3: Go to 01_arduino_library and select the archive ‘BLDC_Arduino_library. zip’
- The library is now available in your IDE.
Welcome to our new training series “Automotive Motor Control - Understandable”. This series is aimed at all those who have something to do with electric motors and motor control in Automotive or want to get a first overview. The topics covered within the training have furthermore been tailored to auxiliary units such as pumps and fans.