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Enertion Vesc with drv8032 fault code

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#1

When I press throttle on my vesc, it blinks red 3 times and does nothing. Has any one had this issue?


#2

fault code, hook it up to bldc tool and check the code


#3

How do I check the code? Is it under real time data?


#4

yeah,

connect vesc, hit realtime data, check activate sampling, then press throttle.

if you have been using foc / been unlucky you’ll get the drv8032 error :frowning:


#5

So I got the fault code drv 8032, what now?


#6

Motor detection was fine and I had my limits on the default settings


#7

replace drv8302 chip


#8

Is it my fault? Doees enertion have this under warrenty?


#9

did you buy platinum? Should be covered if you did. They also warranty their electronics for two months without it IIRC. We’re you using FOC?


#10

No I bought the vesc when there was no platinum option. I also only did motor detection on bldc on 6s and 10s. After that my vesc just quit.


#11

Post some close up pictures of your setup. If you lucky we may be able to help you out


#12


#13

This one is before I connected the vesc to bldc tool


#14

It is a vesc with one of the 50v capacitors so I only put NiMh batteries, 6s and 10s instead of my original 12s plan. Motor detection failed on 6s but worked on 10s


#15


#16

and your motor leads and battery connection

I’m not sure nimh batteries have enough punch to drive the motor properly


#17

I used them the first time to check for the bldc settings


#18

I didn’t use NiMh for batt detection


#19

not crazy about this:

but i don’t think this is the root cause of your problem, your mcu would have been roasted


#20

That’s just the clear heat shrink