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Part Number: TMDXIDDK379D
I have a TMDXIDDK379D board, HVPMSMMTR (PMSM motor) with TMDSCNCD28379D controlCARD (with Delfino F28379D MCU). I was wondering how to run the motor through this board or what and how to give commands to the control card to operate the motor. I saw an example CCS project on Design Drive and following IDDK user's guide's (Level 1) example CCS project steps to connect to the board. Level 1 didn't need the motor. I didn't find instruction for level 2 - 5. I was wondering if I can use this CCS project with different levels to run the motor or is there any other GUI or other program to give the board commands?
I am attaching the user guide found on the product page.sprui44.pdf
Look at the folder
for user guide.
Few levels up, you will find all related information for the kit and the evaluation software.
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