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MCU product selection guidance

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I need an MCU that can control 2 asynchronous 230V 3pase 0.16kW motors separately through IGBT devices. supply for the IGBT devices is 320VDC

I need to keep both motors at the same RPM  I can use a hall effect device on each shaft and use the pules as a feedback unless TI has a better solution.

I am new to TI instaspin and their MCU's so looking for part number as a starting point.

Also are there in development kits that can do this

Many thanks

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  • In reply to Nick Price74:

    did you follow the instructions for setting up the board?
    see page 13 of qsg_hw_hvmtr_r1p1.pdf

    if using the GUI that comes wit the kit www.ti.com/.../motorkitscncd69miso
    make sure you use the 69MISO card and NOT the 27F card
  • In reply to ChrisClearman:

    I am using the high voltage motor control kit

    it came with 2 control card

    1. F2806x ISO this card boots but I can only connect the PC by using the USB on the control card. The USB on the HV kit doesn't connect

    2. F2802xx Piccolo-A this card doesn't boot and I can't connect using the USB on the HV development unit

    I am totally new to this kit having just received it, any help much appreciated

  • In reply to Nick Price74:

    you purchased TMDSHVMTRINSPIN

    this kit is supported by MotorWare for InstaSPIN-FOC and InstaSPIN-MOTION

    you can follow the Readme First after installing and running MotoroWare.exe

    Resources --> Inverters --> HVMTR EVM

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