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Motor Control Development Solutions 16-bit Embedded Control Solutions 11 Development Tools Motor Control Library for dsPIC33F/dsPIC33E The Motor Control Library contains function blocks that are optimized for the dsPIC33F and dsPIC33E DSC families. All functions in this Motor Control Library have input(s) and output(s), but do not access any of the DSC peripherals. The library functions are designed to be used within an application framework for realizing an efficient and flexible way Motor Control Application Motor Control Library dsPIC® DSC Motor Control Hardware of implementing a motor control application. Motor Control Starter Kit (MCSK) (DM330015) This starter kit with mTouch sensing is a complete, integrated development platform based on the dsPIC33FJ16MC102. It includes a USB interfaced debugger/programmer, a complete drive circuit, an on-board BLDC motor, a user-configurable switch and an mTouch sensing slider with LED indicators for speed control. dsPICDEMTM MCLV-2 Development Board (DM330021-2) This low-voltage development board provides a cost-effective method of evaluating and developing sensored or sensorless Brushless DC (BLDC) motor and Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) control applications. The board supports Microchip’s 100-pin PIM with dsPIC33E or dsPIC33F DSCs. This board supports the use of the internal, on-chip op amps found on certain dsPIC® DSCs or the external op amps found on the MCLV-2 board. A dsPIC33EP256MC506 Internal Op Amp PIM (MA330031) is included. The board is capable of controlling motors rated up to 48V and 15 A, with multiple communication channels such as USB, CAN, LIN and RS-232. dsPICDEM Motor Control Stepper Motor (MCSM) Development Board/Kit (DM330022/DV330021) This board is targeted to control both unipolar and bipolar stepper motors in open-loop or closed-loop (current control) mode. The hardware is designed in such a way that no hardware changes are necessary for 8-, 6- or 4-wire stepper motors in either bipolar or unipolar configurations. Software to run motors in open-loop or closed-loop with full or variable microstepping is provided. A GUI for controlling step commands, motor parameter input, and operation modes is included. This flexible and cost-effective board can be configured in different ways for use with dsPIC33F motor control DSCs. Microchip Motor Control Library Blockset The Microchip Motor Control Library Blockset contains a number of basic Simulink® blocks that can be used to jump start model-based design of motor control applications using Microchip’s dsPIC33F and dsPIC33E DSC families. These blocks include reference frame transforms, a proportional-integral controller and trigonometric functions, all of which can be used with Embedded Coder® to generate efficient code on the dsPIC DSC that utilizes the Microchip Motor Control Library. dsPICDEM MCHV-2 Development System (DM330023-2) This high-voltage system is intended to aid the user in the rapid evaluation and development of a wide variety of motor control applications using a dsPIC DSC. This development system is targeted to control BLDC motors, PMSM and AC Induction Motors (ACIM) in sensor or sensorless operation. The rated continuous output current from the inverter is 6.5 A (RMS). This allows up to approximately 2 kVA output when running from a 208V to 230V single-phase input voltage. Low-Voltage Motor Control Development Bundle (Single Board and Drive Board) (DV330100) Provides a cost-effective method of evaluating and developing dual/single motor control to drive BLDC motors or PMSMs concurrently or one of each. The dsPIC DSC Signal Board supports both 3.3V and 5V operated devices for various applications and frequently used human interface features along with the communication ports. The Motor Control 10–24V Driver Board (Dual/Single) supports currents up to 10 A. Motors You can provide your own motor or purchase one of the motors used in our Application Notes which are guaranteed to run right out of the box: ■ AC300024: 2-phase, 8-wire Stepper Motor ■ AC300020: 24V BLDC Motor ■ AC300022: 24V BLDC Motor with Shaft Encoder ■ AC300023: 220V, AC Induction Motor www.microchip.com/motor


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