Peter Jakacki wrote: »
Modular connectors as universal easy-to-crimp connectors even for motors is not a really good idea. I've seen them on various devices and the contacts are really only designed for signals anyway.
I prefer the modular screw terminals that you can plug in, especially the more compact 3.5mm variety and they come in all configurations and make it trivial to wire a cable in the field, all you need is a screwdriver. Although they are more expensive it seems to me that trying to use modular connectors because they can be handled in the field is creating a situation where the damage they cause by wrongly connecting them cannot be handled in the field.
Circuit protection is one thing but prevention is better than a cure. Don't let those connectors get mixed up in the first place.
Hi...I have practically a similar issue with a MBL 1660 with bldc engine and encoder. I utilize Open circle. Corridor counter and Encoder check have a similar course.
In open circle it functions admirably with Trapezoidal recompense. Sinusoidal mode additionally works fine yet just with Sinusoidal point sensor: Encoder
In the event that I test with: Hall + Encoder the engine pivots not quite well and the current is excessively high.