The demand for motor control is increasing both for automotive and industrial applications. NXP has deep experience innovating in motor control, continuing both understanding and solving the roadblocks that developers face when developing a range of solutions from body & comfort, vehicle dynamics, and electrification up to process automation, robotics, and appliances.

 

The Speed up your 3-phase motor control development with NXP Motor Control kits for automotive and industrial applications webinar will provide a deep outline on how to control 3-phase motors by 6-step control commutation for Brushless DC (BLDC) motors or by Field-Oriented Control (FOC) for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PM).

 

During the session, Radek Sestak radeks (NXP’s automotive Applications Engineer) will show how to design sensor/sensorless motor control systems for BLDC and PMSM applications. He will cover the fundamentals, advantages, and disadvantages of the most commonly electric motors for automotive; also the benefits of S12ZVM, S32K1, and MPC5744P-based Motor Control Kits, including their comprehensive software enablement that NXP offers for their motor control offerings: S32 Design Studio IDEs, FreeMASTER debugging tool, Automotive Math and Motor Control Library Set, Motor Control Application Tuning tool, and the Model-Based Design Toolbox, together with the extended hardware enablement that NXP provides: Evaluation MCU boards, Power-stage boards, and Motor Control kits.

 

ATTEND THE WEBINAR and speed up your Motor Control development:

- How to design sensor/sensorless motor control systems for BLDC and PMSM applications.

- The fundamentals, advantages, and disadvantages of the most commonly electric motors for automotive.

- The benefits of S12ZVM, S32K1, and MPC5744P-based Motor Control Kits.

- The comprehensive software enablement that NXP offers for their motor control offerings: S32 Design Studio IDEs, FreeMASTER debugging tool, Automotive Math and Motor Control Library Set, Motor Control Application Tuning tool, and the Model-Based Design Toolbox.

- The extended hardware enablement that NXP provides: Evaluation MCU boards, Power-stage boards, and Motor Control kits.