BLDC motor controller using STM32
What you'll learn
- 1)They will be introduced with a basic project of BLDC motor control using STM32
- 2)Basics of PWM
- 3)Calculations related to PWM
- 4)Hardware connections
- 5)Writing a code for PWM programming using both bare metal and using api.(HAL with stm32cubemx)
- 6)Measuring RPM of motor (will be added soon)
- C programming basics
It is a course designed as a project guide for Engineering students, hobbyist and also Embedded developers. In this course we guide how to drive BLDC motors using potentiometer(speed control).All the schemetics and code are provided .FInd code attached at end of course .
If you use STM32 microcontrollers for programming you should know how to use STM32Cubemx with Keil or any other IDE .You can use STm32cubmx with Keil for rapid prototyping for a system. It is a absolute time saver in your job or study
What you’ll learn
STM32 programming using STM32Cubemx and Keil uvision5 + bare metal programming using reference manual
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
Student should be familiar with basic C programming concepts
Should have hands on knowledge of interfacing electronics with microcontroller(only basic)
Who this course is for:
Technical graduates who wish to learn STM32 programming
Embedded Developers looking for guidance in programming BLDC motor and RPM measurement
Hobbyist who wish to learn about STM32 programming for project development.
Final year technical students looking for project guidance.
Basics of timer and pwm calculations.
Hardware connections for the project described.
Programming using STM32Cubemx and Keil
Programming PWM channel using register level programming.
Arming a BLDC motor STM32.
Measuring RPM of BLDC motor
Driving two BLDC motor using single potentiometer(Speed control of BLDC motors) and measurement of RPM
Debugging a software program using software debug.
Who this course is for:
- Students who want to make a final year project using microcontrollers
- Hobbyist who want to see how to write a program for BLDC motors.
Avinash Kumar have several years of experience in Embedded development. He have worked for multiple companies in Embedded domain and also UI interface programming.
He have been involved in development of many Embedded products and devices specially in medical field.
He owns a youtube channel dedicated to microcontroller programming and electronics: "Think Electronic Circuits"