I want to buy this product.. http://www.ti.com/tool/RDK-ACIM
Is this product suitable for vector control ? Otherwise should i buy another product as the following link http://www.ti.com/tool/tmdshvmtrpfckit
What are your suggestions about this topic ?
The Stellaris kit (your first option) should be suitable for vector control.
But, not wrote, "this development kit is suitable for vector control-field oriented control(FOC)" on its web site(http://www.ti.com/tool/RDK-ACIM)
<<Web Site says "The ACIM RDK takes advantage of the integrated features of the Stellaris microcontroller and the processing power of the ® Cortex™-M3 core to implement both sine wave control and energy-efficient space vector modulation control. ">>
My MSc thesis is vector control of asynchronous motors.. therefore i want to buy this kit... Other development kit is very expensive (599$) and there is no ac ind. motor... The cost for AC induction motor : 299$... http://www.ti.com/tool/hvacimtr
Totally : 599$+299$ =898$... The first one 379$ and it has ac ind. motor....
Even thought the Stellaris kit does not specifically say FOC, the microcontroller is capable of running FOC algorithms. The board includes sense resistors and amps for measuring all three phase currents. There is also an included tachometer for measuring speed.
Thanks Matt for your answer...
I want to ask a last question, Has Stellaris kit a tachometer or an encoder for the measuring speed...
Thanks a lot...
The motor does have a built-in tachometer.
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