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Part Number: TMDSHVMTRPFCKIT
I want to control an asynchronous machine using the High Voltage Motor Control and PFC Developer's Kit TMDSHVMTRPFCKIT.
My question is about the per unit conversion formula, how I could convert my simulation parameters (Ki, Kp, Umax, Umin, ... etc) to the TI per unit for all the projects in the controlSUITE?
// Initialize the PI module for speed
// Initialize the VHZ_PROF module
vhz1.LowFreq = _IQ(0.2);
vhz1.HighFreq = _IQ(0.5);
vhz1.FreqMax = _IQ(1);
vhz1.VoltMax = _IQ(0.95);
vhz1.VoltMin = _IQ(0.2);
It is possible to use the TMS320F280049C or the TMS320F28377 with the TMDSHVMTRPFCKIT Development Kit ?
Thanks in advance,
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In reply to Ramesh Ramamoorthy:
In reply to usrhomeinit:
Thank you for taking into consideration my request, I really appreciate the work you have done for us, it was a good news for us!
I am looking for the same control motor projects already done on F28035, F28335 in the ti/controlSUITE using the TMDSHVMTRPFCKIT but for the F280049C and F28377D? Could you tell me please where I could find them?
Thank you in advance,
Almost all of C2000's board schematics are provided in C2000Ware. We also include a mapping of each controlCARD through the adapter.
Adapter Schematic: C:\ti\c2000\C2000Ware_1_00_06_00\boards\controlCARDs\TMDSADAP180TO100\R1_1
TMDSCNCD280049C mapping: C:\ti\c2000\C2000Ware_1_00_06_00\boards\controlCARDs\TMDSCNCD280049C\A\TMDSCNCD28004x_RevA_100DIM_map.pdf
TMDSCNCD28379D mapping: C:\ti\c2000\C2000Ware_1_00_06_00\boards\controlCARDs\TMDSCNCD28379D\R1_3\TMDSCNCD28377D_100DIMmap_R1_3.pdf
Getting Started with the C2000 ePWM module
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