The X-CUBE-SPN16 is an expansion software package for STM32Cube. The software runs on the STM32 Nucleo providing management of STSPIN830 to control three-phase brushless DC motors. The expansion is built on STM32Cube software technology to ease portability across different STM32 microcontrollers.
The software comes with a sample implementation driving a three-phase brushless DC motor, with BEMF sensing.
It is compatible with the NUCLEO-F030R8, NUCLEO-F302R8, NUCLEO-F303RE or NUCLEO-F401RE development boards when connected to an X-NUCLEO-IHM16M1 expansion board.
The package contains a user interface layer enabling real-time transmission of data to a PC through the terminal.
- Sample application to drive a three-phase brushless motor, managing a single driver (STSPIN830) and an STM32 Nucleo expansion board (X-NUCLEO-IHM16M1).
- GPIO, PWM and IRQ configuration
- API function available to send any application command to the motor driver
- User interface utility based on PC terminal to control the motor
- Speed control through potentiometer
- Motor control by user button
- Easy portability across different MCU families, thanks to STM32Cube
- Free, user-friendly license terms
|Part Number||General Description||Software Version||Supplier||GitHub link||Download|
|X-CUBE-SPN16||Three-phase motor driver software expansion for STM32Cube||1.0.0||ST||-|
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