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Utilize the reference examples to implement motor control
algorithms for BLDC motors.
Use six-step commutation technique to control speed and direction of rotation
of a three-phase BLDC motor.
Calculates the Hall sensor sequence with respect to position zero of the rotor in open-loop control. This workflow helps you to spin the motor using six-step commutation without the need to label the hall sensors or derive the switching sequence. Run this example and obtain the hall sequence, and use this hall sequence with the Six Step Commutation block to run the motor in closed loop as explained in Six-Step Commutation of BLDC Motor Using Sensor Feedback example.
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