I wanted to share an open hardware FOC controller project I have been working on. It's for an ebike with a ME0913 PMAC motor running off 96-144DC Chevy Volt cells.
Currently I have the schematic in Altiums circuit maker software(not the greatest, but free and collaborative) Any and all feedback on the design would be greatly appreciated.
The design is basically adapting the TI Piccolo C2000 F28027F instaspin controller with a Huge 3 phase IGBT for hybrid cars. add some IGBT drivers, bluetooth and Current sensors and hopefully I saved 5k on a controller.
This was largely inspired by Pauls 200kw controller project but with the intent of consolidating IGBTs into one module and using the instaspin platform so I don't reinvent the wheel. I have already got the platform working with a smaller BLDC driver and throttle, my hope is this become a door opener for a lot of people as the grunt work of the programming is done and TI has nice GUIs and documentation on the platform.
IGBT- Infineon FS400R07A1E3
Controller- TI Piccolo C2000 F28027F
IGBT Driver- Fairchild FOD8316
DC/DC gate voltage Converter - CUI VQA-S15-915-SIP
Current Sensors - LEM HASS 200-S
Capacitor - Kemet C4DEFPQ6380A8TK
Contactor - GX11BAB
Bluetooth Module - DC06