Great Reporting Burtie!
Sensorless controllers automatically discover the timing due to back emf.
Sensored controllers start better....
So, If we could only run sensorless in Delta and sensored in Y.
You can start with a lower Kv in Y, and switch to Delta when you want to switch.
It would be cool to have a controller with adjustable timing tables with a digital input
that will switch between tables or static advance or retard settings.
Ah....no free rides ever, especially when you are trying to get the most out of something.
It reminds me of the timing tables in an ICE engine controller. The two controllers
that I've setup both have timing tables that allow one to advance or retard the timing based
on speed. It would be very flexible even if all you needed was static advance/retard but
could optimize with a table vs speed. (edit: Tables are two-d with load/vacuum/or throttle position too).
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