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  1. electronicsLearner77

    electronicsLearner77

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    On my own i want to do one motor control application using ST micro controller. I am searching for an evaluation board and found one. To get started what wattage of BLDC motor shall i select. Please guide me.
     
  2. Minder

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    The picmicro board for e.g. uses a 60w to 120w motor, also do you intend sensorless or sensored commutation?
    See pic 00857a and MC LV board for examples.
    M.
     
  3. electronicsLearner77

    electronicsLearner77

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    But i came to know ST micro controllers are more powerful than micro chip. So want to develop something in ST. First i want to concentrate on sensored communication.
     
  4. electronicsLearner77

    electronicsLearner77

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    Yeah i have gone through MCLV boards. I will go ahead with this board. Thank you
     
  5. kellys_eye

    kellys_eye

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    You're talking motor control - not video manipulation! You don't need processing 'power' to control a motor!
     
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  6. electronicsLearner77

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    Finally I have decided to buy the following items
    DM330021-2 - dsPICDEM MCLV-2 Development Board
    AC300020 --> 24V BLDC motor
    AC002013 --> 24V PS
    MA330031 ->dspic33EP256MC506 internal opamp motor control PIM.
    One clarification i have is can I insert this PIM into the development board directly? It is expensive for me but still going ahead. Please advise me with the homework i need to do before I order. I want to be ready before all the parts come. Thanks in advance.
     
  7. Minder

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    I have the older version of the MC LV boards,
    The MA330031 states:
    This plug-in module comes with a 64-pin dsPIC33EP256MC506 TQFP device. It enables using the on chip internal OpAmps on the dsPIC device. It can be used with the Microchip MCHV-2 [DM330023-2] and MCLV-2 [DM330021-2] development boards. Notice: This PIM CANNOT be used with the original MCHV [DM330023] or MCLV [DM330021] development boards. Use the external OpAmp PIM [MA330031-2] to use the dsPIC33EP256MC506 with original MCHV or MCLV boards

     
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