All the information I used to get it working was freely available on Azure
The interface is CAN bus.
The PC is running Microchip's MPLAB. But it is only being used to
program/debug the micro.
It will run in a stand alone environment, with out the PC.
The micro is just encoding the analog and switch signals and packing them
into the CAN messages that the DMOC expects to see.
On Feb 4, 2013 12:54 PM, "paul dove" <dovepa@...> wrote:
> Where did you get the information to build your Manual motor controller?
> Are you interfacing to the DMOC via serial or Can bus? and what program are
> you running on the PC?
> --- In email@example.com, Wolf wrote:
> > I got my prototype Solectra to DMOC 645 adapter working.
> > This is for my Dad's electric Mini Cooper, he is currently using a UMOC
> > 445. But wants to upgrade to the DMOC 645. (More Power)
> > The DMOC 645 uses a CAN interface, instead of an analog interface.
> > pics:
> > http://www.wolftronix.com/dmoc645_003/IMAG0327.jpg
> > http://www.wolftronix.com/dmoc645_003/IMAG0329.jpg
> > video:
> > http://www.wolftronix.com/dmoc645_003/VIDEO0009.mp4
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