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Part Number: SM320F28335-EP
We have been using TI F2812 or TI F28335 in all our motor drive designs. Now the SiC power switch is the trend in the motor drive industry. SiC allows us to switch at much higher frequency (at least two times) . But this imposes more stringent requirement on the horse power (speed) of the micro-controller.
We would like to know what more powerful processors TI offers with -55 to 125C temperature rating. Otherwise we will be forced to switch to ARM or FPGA solutions.
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