xESC-mini 1.1.0 (STM32 version)
Easy to use, low cost electronic speed controller (ESC) design for brushless DC (BLDC) motors. This version does not include a CAN chip (SN65HVD232DR) but it's trivial to solder that.
The xESC2 is an easy to use, low cost electronic speed controller (ESC) design for brushless DC (BLDC) motors. It can drive BLDC motors in sensored and sensorless modes. The controller supports FOC control mode. The firmware is based on the open source VESC firmware and implements torque, speed and position control. The current state of the motor controller (current, voltage, speed, position) can be read back through a serial interface.
This ESC was designed from ground up to be suited for robotics use:
- It has pin headers to make it easy to integrate into existing designs.
- It is small compared to a VESC
- It is much cheaper than a VESC
- It is much lower power than a VESC (but enough to drive robots)
Read more at GitHub.