We tested our motor with 12 out of 36 possible combinations this afternoon. All of these 12 combinations have second phase wire from motor matched with second phase wire of the Lyen controller (the green one). Sad to say, some exhibited the same issue while others exhibited an oscillation like it wiggles in one spot. Video demo here
. It's kind of weird but it has gained little improvements over our last sensor. First sensor has an output of around 5V, second around 2V, and third around 1V. Is that supposed to behave that way? Also, we checked the resistance per phase and ohmmeter reads an average reading of 0.57 ohm. Is that ok for a 60S stator wired in parallel (60P)? A couple of questions also,
1) Regarding the measurement of resistance per phase, we did it by measuring line to line (i.e., A-B, B-C, & A-B). Is this correct?
2) Should we connect the common point to ground?
3) Would it be advisable to control it by a sensorless controller to avoid issues regarding the sensors?
4) On another thought, how if we just detach the motor of a SmartDrive washing machine, install it inside the rotor, and use the control of the washing machine? Would that be fine doing as well?