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WE ARE MOTOR DESIGNERS AND NEED CONTROLLERS. The power levels and voltages are high, typical voltage is 400-500 and current levels in the 50 to 100s amps. These are for EV use. We need design help mostly to decide on a path for the best solution. Advice please as to what family of TI products would be most applicable.
Hector HernandezMotor Applications Team
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In reply to Hector Hernandez Luque:
The motor can accept at least 100 amps and that is the current target for the controller. In use the motor current could be from 0 to 100 amps. Most of the time it will be about 20 amps. The 100 amp peak could be as long as 10 seconds. Output devices will most likely be IGBTs and the selection for these is not our biggest challenge. We need a start with a family of chips that are designed for motor controllers.
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