Motor control application designers are now moving away from the traditional universal or AC motor design to a more sophisticated brushless DC (BLDC) motor or permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) design. However, choosing either of these methods can be challenging if the designer has limited access to advanced, complex motor control algorithms. This can lead to significant spending of research and development resources and longer design times.
Easy-to-Use Development ToolsFairchild’s motor control development system (MCDS) consists of an integrated development environment (IDE) and a MCDS programming kit that allows engineers to configure the AMC and develop codes for the MCU. Together these processing cores provide an integrated software engineering platform that facilitates the rapid development of motor control programs. The MCDS-IDE is easy to use, improves design goal timelines and, when used with the MCDS programming kit, can quickly complete code programming to enable real-time tuning of motor operation signals. Features and Benefits:
- AMC with integrated MCU minimizes software burden and provides flexible design adaptation
- Parallel processors avoid system hang-up and provides better system reliability
- Libraries of powerful algorithms eliminate know-how needs, minimizes resources
- MCDS development tool, extensive design resources, reference designs, and training