This high-performance electric drives app brings the right level of integration and density to achieve hard real-time performance into mission-critical motor control applications. By offloading CPU tasks for independent space vector modulation, analog acquisition, and other related motor I/O tasks, this implementation of a rich Field-Oriented Control (FOC) and Sliding Mode SFOC algorithm in HDL offers an extremely versatile platform for learning and designing.
No, the app does not require any experience in FPGA design.
MakarenaLabs can support all AMD FPGA-based platforms with standard solutions. Solutions are also available for other platforms. For more detailed platform support information, please contact MakarenaLabs using the “Contact Vendor" button above.
MakarenaLabs solutions are motor agnostic in that they integrate with most brushless DC motors on the market. If you are developing a new motor control application or need assistance with an existing motor, please contact MakarenaLabs using the “Contact Vendor" button above.
While the K24 SOM can support multiple motors and the application infrastructure can support multiple motors, the KD240 carrier is limited to only a single motor control drive stage. For help with your carrier customization, please contact MakarenaLabs using the “Contact Vendor" button above.
The sizing and resources required for motor control will vary with application and motor control requirements. MakarenaLabs can optimize the IP to fit your required solution and implementation.
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