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MSP430F2619S-HT: could it be using to drive BLDC Sensor Less Motor ?

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Greetings,

Can I use in MSP430F2619S-HT Timer module to generate PWM for BLDC motor control ( I would need 6 outputs for 3x PWM_H and PWM_L drivers)

Thank you in advance,

Gadi Fishel 

  • Hello Gadi,

    I'm would say, probably.  The Timer B has 7 capture compare registers.  Usually the first register is used for generating the PWM period and then the others can be used to generate outputs and all the Timer B outputs are brough out on the P4.x pins.   As long as all 6 outputs can run on the same PWM period/time scale then I think you should be okay with actually generating the signals. 

    The Timer B is discussed in detail in Chapter 13 of the User's Guide: https://www.ti.com/lit/ug/slau144j/slau144j.pdf  

    I would read through that chapter and make sure it'll meet all your needs.  

    Thanks,

    JD

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  • In reply to JD Crutchfield:

    Hello JD,

    Thank you so much for the advise.

    I will check the option.

    Sincerely,

    Gadi Fishel 

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