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Question Brushless wiring question

Discussion in 'SimAxe Motion Controller' started by cruzebabuze, Jun 11, 2017.

  1. cruzebabuze

    cruzebabuze Active Member Gold Contributor

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    Hi everyone, I have a question about how to control the reverse of my brushless motor if its possible. in one of my sim I want to use a big DC brushless motor out of an electric quad. it is a 1000w 48 volts DC brushless motor, and I already tested and it works great. I used smc3 with an ibt-1 controller as usually do but it works only one way. my problem is the following. My brushless motor use 2 reds and one black wires. each red wire turns the motor the other direction. probably because of using the quad shifter to switch. How can I change that and or control it with my Arduino uno and smc3? thank you in advance. The motor is great, powerful enough even at 30v, so I would really like to use it.
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  3. ghidossi

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    hello,
    in scm3 i think you have a parameter to reverse the motor. you have to configure an external digital input to change the value of the reverse parameter
    Regards