Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Take motor control designs to the next level

USA: Taking the complexity out of motor control designs, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) introduced its latest motor control solution – new highly integrated C2000 Piccolo F2805x microcontrollers, motor control software, application-specific development tools and extensive support.

These Piccolo microcontrollers are optimized for a variety of three-phase inverter motor control applications to enhance power efficiency and control performance of electric pumps, fans, traction drives, textile machines and more.

The new Piccolo F2805x microcontrollers pack a number of analog components on chip to increase system efficiency and decrease the number of discrete parts. Piccolo F2805x microcontrollers offer the intelligence and performance of the TMS320C28x digital signal processing (DSP) core with a C-programmable Control Law Accelerator (CLA) co-processor on-chip.

The CLA is a 32-bit floating-point math accelerator, designed to work independently of the CPU core to offload time-sensitive control algorithms or DSP processing, freeing the CPU to handle motion profiles, system management, communications and safety checking, resulting in up to a 5x increase in performance for closed loop applications.

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