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Showroom Sharo garazhas - DIY Joyrider with e-bike motors + traction loss

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by domse, Feb 29, 2020.

  1. ferslash

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    the stm32 card uses the same arduino code?
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    yes, difference is that stm is way faster (72mhz vs arduino 8/16mhz)
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    using the stm card insted of arduino is noticeable faster and better?

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    Not noticeable. Arduino is more than enough. We switched to stm32 to generate 20kHz pwm.