I am reading though a product manual for an amplifier that I am working with. It says that if you view the motor Back-EMF while it is disconnected from the controller and spun in a clockwise direction you should see the following outputs:
can someone tell me why the phases are only 60 degrees apart? I thought for a balanced, 3-phase system (which these motors are) the phases were supposed to be 120 degrees apart:
does it have anything to do with the fact that they are referenced from the same phase? If so, could someone show me how this mathematically works out?