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PMSM -LV-15W
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Table of Contents
1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................ 7
1.1 Key Features ................................................................................................................................... 7
1.2 Boot Mode Index (BMI) Configuration ............................................................................................. 7
1.3 Block Diagram ................................................................................................................................. 8
2 Hardware Description .................................................................................................................... 9
2.1 Power ............................................................................................................................................. 9
2.2 SAMTEC 2x30pins connector ......................................................................................................... 11
2.3 Gate Driver and Power Stage ........................................................................................................ 12
2.4 Voltage and Current Measurements ............................................................................................. 13
2.4.1 Phase Current Measurement ........................................................................................................ 13
2.4.2 Phase Voltage Measurement ........................................................................................................ 16
2.5 Encoder and Hall Interface ............................................................................................................ 16
2.6 PMSM Motor ................................................................................................................................ 18
2.6.1 Motor Operating Range ................................................................................................................ 18
2.6.2 Geometry...................................................................................................................................... 19
3 Production Data ........................................................................................................................... 20
3.1 Schematics .................................................................................................................................... 20
3.2 Components Placement and Geometry ......................................................................................... 23
3.3 Bill of Materials ............................................................................................................................. 24
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List of Figures
Figure 1 Block Diagram of PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card in connection with XMC1300 CPU Card ...... 8
Figure 2 PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card .............................................................................................. 9
Figure 3 Hardware Connection of Power Supply ......................................................................................... 10
Figure 4 SAMTEC 2x30pins connector to the CPU card ................................................................................ 11
Figure 5 Pin Mapping to XMC1300 CPU card with 2x30 pins SAMTEC Connector on PMSM Low Voltage 15W
Motor Card ................................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 6 Hardware connection of the Date Driver and Power Stage ............................................................ 13
Figure 7 Hardware Circuit Op-Amp of DC Link Current Sensing ................................................................... 14
Figure 8 Hardware Connection of Shunt Amplifier ...................................................................................... 15
Figure 9 Encoder Line Driver and Connector for differential encoder signals ............................................... 17
Figure 10 Hall Sensor Connector Interface .................................................................................................... 17
Figure 11 EC 32 flat 32 mm, brushless 15 Watt Motor Specification.............................................................. 18
Figure 12 Motor Operating Range ................................................................................................................ 18
Figure 13 Motor Geometry ........................................................................................................................... 19
Figure 14 Schematic of SAMTEC Connector, Power Supply, Encoder Line Driver and Connector, Hall Sensor
Connector ..................................................................................................................................... 21
Figure 15 Schematic of Gate Driver, Power Stage, Shunt Amplifier, Motor Connector................................... 22
Figure 16 PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card layout and geometry ........................................................... 23
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List of Tables
Table 1 Power and ground signals connection to the SAMTEC 2x30pins connector.................................... 10
Table 2 Gate Driver signals connection to the SAMTEC 2x30pins Connector .............................................. 13
Table 3 Voltage and Current signals at the SAMTEC Connector .................................................................. 16
Table 4 Encoder / hall signals at the SAMTEC connector ............................................................................ 17
Table 5 PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card BOM ................................................................................... 24
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Introduction
This document describes the features and hardware details of the PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card
(PMSM-LV-15W) designed to work with Infineon‟s XMC1300 CPU Card. This board is part of Infineon’s
XMC1000 Motor Control Application Kits.
1 Overview
The PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card is an application expansion card of XMC1000 Motor Control. The
combination of PMSM Low Voltage 15 W Motor card and XMC1300 boot kit is the best kit to evaluate the motor
control capabilities of XMC1300. The main use case for this application card is to demonstrate the various motor
control algorithms (e.g. Block commutation with Hall sensor, V/F control, Field Orientation Control) by using
XMC1300 device including the toolchain. The focus is safe operation under evaluation conditions. The board is
not cost optimized and cannot be seen as reference design.
1.1 Key Features
The PMSM LV15W Card is equipped with the following features
Connection to XMC1300 CPU Cards via 2x30 pins (0.8mm pitch) SAMTEC HSEC8 connector
3 phase low voltage full bridge inverter using Infineon N-channel Dual OptiMOS power transistors
Gate Driver IC (6EDL04N02PR) with over-current detection circuit (ITRIP)
Current measurement by using single or triple shunts (amplified)
Positioning sensing via
o Hall sensor Interface
o Quadrature encoder interface for both single ended and differential signals
Input voltage range: 12V-24V +/- 20%
Power supply
o Low drop voltage regulator (5V) for hall sensor power supply
o Low drop voltage regulator (5V) for XMC1300 power supply
o Low dropout linear voltage regulator (15V) for MOSFET gate driver power supply
Maximum DC-link current: 3A & Maximum motor phase current: 3A
1.2 Boot Mode Index (BMI) Configuration
A micronctroller would normally have a few boot mode selection pins that determine its Boot Mode after power
on reset. However, the XMC1000 devices from Infineon, is a low pin count device, so the use of a few pins just
for Boot-up mode selection is not desirable.
The XMC1100, XMC1200 and XMC1300 bootkit are programmed to User mode with debug enabled (SWD0),
so that the application program will start to run after power-up. The selection of the port pin to be used depends
on BMI value. If the XMC1000 bootkits are programmed to SWD mode, the specified pin P0.14 and P0.15 are
used to communicate.
Referring the schematic connection of PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor card, the hall sensor interface pin ENCI-
POSIF.IN2 is connected to P0.15 at XMC1300 CPU card. Therefore, the XMC1300 CPU card has to be
programmed the BMI to SPD mode to avoid using P0.15 as programming pin. After the XMC1300 CPU card
BMI has changed, the DIP switch SWCLK on Jlink Debugger on XMC1300 CPU card has to be off. The user
code will run after power up and supports debugging using single pin debug protocol.
For more information about how to handle BMI for XMC1000 family, please refer to the XMC1000 Family
Tooling Guide.
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1.3 Block Diagram
Figure 1 shows the block diagram of the PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card in connection with XMC1300
CPU Card.
Figure 1 Block Diagram of PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card in connection with XMC1300 CPU
Card
(ifimeon SAMTEC Connector Emitter Shunt Power Stage Power DC-Link 5V LDO Shunt Shunt Amplifier Power LED Motor Gate Connector Driver ExternalMotor Hall Connector Connector Power 15V LDO Power Plug 12V — 24V Power 5V LDO fo Hall Sensors Encoder Connector ‘ PMSM Motor Mounting Encoder Line Receiver Encoder Ena ble LED
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2 Hardware Description
The following sections give a detailed description of the hardware and how it can be used.
Figure 2 PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card
2.1 Power
The PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card must be supplied by an external DC power supply (12V to 24V)
connected to its power jack X201. The power to be delivered by the external power supply depends on the
overall load mainly defined by the power consumption of the motor. The power supply unit (24V/1A) delivered
with the motor control kit is sufficient to drive the enclosed motor as well as the CPU card. The power supply
schematic is shown in Figure 3.
An on-board voltage regulator (IC203) steps down the 24 V input voltage from the power jack to 15 V (VDD15).
The input voltage up is regulated to an output voltage 15 V with a precision of 2%. The output voltage can be
configured to regulate between 2.5V and 20V. The 5 V supply for hall sensor VDD5 is derived from VDD15
regulated by LDO (IC201). Another LDO voltage regulator generates stable 5 V (VCC) out of VDD15 for
microcontroller power supply and operational amplifier.
Two power LEDs indicate the presence of the generated supply voltages.
Table 1
Power LED
LED
Power Rail
Voltage
Note
V202
VDD15
15 V
Must always be "ON"
V201
VCC
5 V
Must always be "ON"
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Figure 3 Hardware Connection of Power Supply
Table 1 Power and ground signals connection to the SAMTEC 2x30pins connector
Pin No.
Signal Name
Description
13
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Digital ground
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2.2 SAMTEC 2x30pins connector
The SAMTEC connector of the PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card is the interface to the XMC1000 CPU card
e.g. XMC1300 CPU card as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4 SAMTEC 2x30pins connector to the CPU card
Figure 5 is a view of the signal mapping between the PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor card SAMTEC 2x30 pins
connector and the “XMC1300 CPU card”. It shows in details which pin of the XMC1300 is mapped to which
signal on the motor drive card. The inner rows show the general function of the 30 pins of the SAMTEC
connector, which is common for all CPU cards. The outer rows show the signals of the PMSM Low Voltage 15W
Motor Card.
The PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card provides 5 functional groups of signals (marked by color code) at its
pins of the SAMTEC connector:
The encoder and hall sensor signals (ENCA, ENCB, ENCI): pin 43, 45 and 47
Control and TRAP signals (ENENC#, ENPOW, FAULT#, P0.4, P0.5): pin 37, 39, 41, 25 and 27
Voltage and current measurement signals: (UU, UV, UZ, AMP_IW...) located from pin 1 to 9
PWM signals for the 3 phase power stage (HIN1#, LIN1#, HIN2…): pin 17, 19, 29, 31, 33 and 35
Figure 5 Pin Mapping to XMC1300 CPU card with 2x30 pins SAMTEC Connector on PMSM Low
Voltage 15W Motor Card
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2.3 Gate Driver and Power Stage
The power stage consists of three half-bridges using Infineon’s Dual N-channel OptiMOS™ power transistors.
They are selected for a safe operation area with huge headroom, hence no cooling is needed when using at
norminal current of 7.5 Ampere.
The gate driver (6EDL04N02PR) is Infineon’s 2nd generation full bridge driver to control power devices like
MOS-transistors or IGBTs in 3-phase systems. The gate driver offers several protection features like under-
voltage lockout, signal interlocking of every phase to prevent cross-conduction and overcurrent detection.
Therefore, the current signal of the DC-link reference is measured in order to recognize overcurrent or
halfbridge short circuit events. A shunt resistor generates a voltage drop. A small RC-filter for attenuating
voltage spikes is recommended. Such spikes may be generated by parasitic elements in the practical layout.
In an error situation a FAULT# signal is generated and must be handled by the microcontroller. The FAULT#
signal changes to low state if an over-current condition has been detected by the ITRIP circuit. The ITRIP
current level is measured as the amplified voltage drop over the DC-link shunt (see Figure 6). The minimum
input voltage level to trigger an over-current event is specified at 375mV.
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The external circuit at pin RCIN defines the overcurrent recovery of the drive system. This circuit consist of a
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external capacitor of 1nF without pull up resistor. This parameter can be scaled linearly to any other capacitor
value and results immediately in the according fault clear time. This means with 22nF capacitor will realize a
fault clear time of 22 * 1.9 ms = 41.8 ms.
The microcontroller must provide the PWM signals (LIN1/2/3, HIN1/2/3) for the high-side and low-side switches.
The PWM signals must be generated high-active.
The gate driver must be enabled via signal ENPOW.
A phase current measurement is provided via shunt resistors
a) Single shunt (50 mΩ) in the DC-link path and/or
b) Triple shunt (50 mΩ) in the low-side path
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Figure 6 Hardware connection of the Date Driver and Power Stage
Table 2 shows the connection of the Gate Driver signals to the SAMTEC 2x30pins connector.
Table 2 Gate Driver signals connection to the SAMTEC 2x30pins Connector
Pin No.
Signal Name
Description
19
FAULT#
This signal indicates over-current and under-voltage (low active)
25
ENPOW
High level enables the power stage (high active)
27
HIN1
High-side logic input 1 (high-active)
29
LIN1
Low-side logic input 1 (high-active)
31
HIN2
High-side logic input 2 (high-active)
33
LIN2
Low-side logic input 2 (high-active)
35
HIN3
High-side logic input 3 (high-active)
37
LIN3
Low-side logic input 3 (high-active)
2.4 Voltage and Current Measurements
The phase current measurement is illustrated on the top side of Figure 8; the right side shows the voltage
divider for the voltage measurement.
2.4.1 Phase Current Measurement
The current measurement can be done via a single shunt (signal IZ) in the DC-link path or via triple shunts (IU,
IV, IW) at the low side. In both cases the measurement is dimensioned for the following requirements:
Motor power range up to 15W which leads to a nominal DC-link current of about 0.625 A. The phase current
range is -3 A to +3 A. The output of the operational amplifier (AMP_IU, AMP_IV, AMP_IW, and AMP_IZ) is
available at the PMSM Low Voltage 15 W Motor card connector and connected to ADC input channels of the
XMC1000 microcontroller. The DC offset voltage level is about 2.5V at the ouput of the Op -Amps when there is
no current flow through the shunts.
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In order to get Op-Amp DC offset, AC gain, and DC link maximum current, the calculation can be done as
below:
Figure 7 Hardware Circuit Op-Amp of DC Link Current Sensing
To get the Op-Amp DC offset:
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2.4.2 Phase Voltage Measurement
The phase voltage is directly measured using resistive dividers at the phases (signals UZ, UU, UV, and UW).
The divider is dimensioned to divide the measured voltage UZ, UU, UV, UW by factor 10.21. The formula to
calculate the phase voltage  from the measured voltage is:
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Table 3 summarizes all the voltage and current signals available at SAMTEC connector.
Table 3 Voltage and Current signals at the SAMTEC Connector
Pin No.
Signal Name
Description
2
AMP_IU
Amplified shunt voltage output representing the current of phase U
4
AMP_IV
Amplified shunt voltage output representing the current of phase V
6
AMP_IW
Amplified shunt voltage output representing the current of phase W
9
IAVG
Amplified shunt voltage output representing the DC-link current after filter
10
SH1-1
Shunt voltage output representing the DC-link current
1
UU
Divided voltage output of phase U (divided by 10.21)
3
UV
Divided voltage output of phase V (divided by 10.21)
5
UW
Divided voltage output of phase W (divided by 10.21)
7
UZ
Divided DC-link voltage (divided by 10.21)
2.5 Encoder and Hall Interface
A quadrature encoder can be used for detecting the actual rotor position. There are single-ended and differential
encoders, the board supports both types. For the differential types an encoder line receiver is required as the
microcontroller needs single ended signals.
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Figure 9 Encoder Line Driver and Connector for differential encoder signals
The differential signals from the encoder (ENCA +/-, ENCB +/-, ENCI +/-) must be connected to the 10-pin
encoder connector X204 (Figure 9). The Encoder Line Driver must be enabled by the signal ENENC (set to 1).
In case of using a single ended encoder or a hall sensor the signals must be applied to the connector X203 and
the encoder line receiver must be disabled by setting the signal ENENC to low level (default). The signal
ENENC controls the transistor to enable/disable the supply to the hall interface as shown in Figure 10.
Figure 10 Hall Sensor Connector Interface
Table 4 summarizes all the encoder/hall sensors signals available at the SAMTEC connector
Table 4 Encoder / hall signals at the SAMTEC connector
Pin No.
Signal Name
Description
37
ENENC
Enable signal for encoder line receiver (active high)
43
POSIF.IN0
Encoder Channel A / Hall Channel A
45
POSIF.IN1
Encoder Channel B / Hall Channel B
49
POSIF.IN2
Encoder Channel I / Hall Channel C
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2.6 PMSM Motor
In this section, the technical data of the motor can be found.
Please refer directly to Maxon Motor internet page http://www.maxonmotor.com/ for the latest information about
this ECflat motor with part number 267121.
Figure 11 EC 32 flat 32 mm, brushless 15 Watt Motor Specification
2.6.1 Motor Operating Range
Figure 12 Motor Operating Range
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2.6.2 Geometry
Figure 13 Motor Geometry
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3 Production Data
3.1 Schematics
This chapter contains the schematics for the PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card:
Figure 14: SAMTEC Connector, Power Supply, Encoder Line Driver and Connector, Hall Sensor
Connector
Figure 15: Gate Driver, Power Stage, Shunt Amplifier, Motor Connector
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Figure 14 Schematic of SAMTEC Connector, Power Supply, Encoder Line Driver and Connector, Hall
Sensor Connector
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Figure 15 Schematic of Gate Driver, Power Stage, Shunt Amplifier, Motor Connector
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3.2 Components Placement and Geometry
Figure 16 PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card layout and geometry
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3.3 Bill of Materials
The list of material is valid for a certain assembly version for the PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card. This
version is stated in the header of the Table 5.
Table 5 PMSM Low Voltage 15W Motor Card BOM
No.
Qty
Value
Device
Reference
Designator
1
1
HSEC8-130-01-L-RA
HSEC8 socket,
SAMTEC
X202
2
1
MKDS1/2-3,81
3.81mm pitch, 2 way,
Phoenix
X101
3
1
MPT0, 5/5-2, 54
PC terminal block
X203
4
1
52207-11
Molex Connector
X205
5
1
BUCHSE-LP-5A/SPC4007
Connector Jack
X201
6
1
PAK100/2500-10
Connector
X204
7
5
no ass./0603/10V
Capacitor
C111, C112, C113, C114, C119
8
1
4.7uF/10V/0805
Capacitor
C207
9
1
47uF/50V/6.6
Electrolytic capacitor
C203
10
4
33pF/10V/0603
Capacitor
C108, C109, C110, C118
11
1
10nF/10V/0603
Capacitor
C115
12
1
22nF/25V/0603
Capacitor
C106
13
3
220nF/25V/0603
Capacitor
C102, C103, C105
14
5
100nF/0603
Capacitor
C202, C204, C116, C206, C208
15
3
10uF/25V/0805
Capacitor
C117, C209, C101
16
2
150pF/0603
Capacitor
C104, C107
17
3
15nF/25V/0603
Capacitor
C210, C211, C212
18
2
22uF/25V
Capacitor
C201, C205
19
4
0R/0603
Resistor
R126, R146, R218, R220
20
4
no ass./0603
Resistor
R148, R219, R102, R125
21
4
0R050/1206
Resistor
RS101, RS102, RS103, RS104
22
6
68R/0603
Resistor
R103, R104, R105, R113, R114, R115
23
3
120R/0603
Resistor
R207, R209, R210
24
4
1KR/0603
Resistor
R133, R134, R135, R150
25
1
1K8R/0603
Resistor
R214
26
1
2KR/0603
Resistor
R208
27
6
3K3R/0603
Resistor
R211, R212, R213, R215, R216, R217
28
4
5K1R/0603
Resistor
R119, R120, R121, R122
29
1
6K8R/0603
Resistor
R205
30
1
8K25R/0603
Resistor
R206
31
3
10KR/0603
Resistor
R101, R124, R201
32
8
22K/0603
Resistor
R127, R128, R129, R140, R142, R144,
R145, R153
33
1
41K2R/0603
Resistor
R202
34
11
47KR/0603
Resistor
R106, R107, R108, R109, R110, R111,
R112, R116, R117, R118, R203
35
2
100KR/0603
Resistor
R123, R149
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No.
Qty
Value
Device
Reference
Designator
36
3
BSZ0907ND
MOSFET
Q101, Q102, Q103
37
2
BCR198W
Transistor
T201, T202
38
1
6EDL04N02PR
Gate Driver
IC101
39
1
AD8618ARUZ
Operational Amplifier
U101
40
1
AM26LS32ACPW
Quadrature Line Driver
U201
41
1
IFX20001MBV59
Voltage Regulator
IC201
42
1
IFX25001TFV50
Voltage Regulator
IC202
43
1
IFX25401TEV
Voltage Regulator
IC203
44
3
LED-GRN/0603
LED
V201, V202, V203
45
1
ECF32-267121
Maxon Motor
PMSM101
46
3
Farnell 1419294
Screw
47
3
Farnell 1466915
Spacer
48
4
Transparent (D7.9mm,
H2.2mm)
Support
49
1
230VAC, 24VDC, 1A
Power Supply
50
7
No assembly
Test Pad
P0.4, P0.5, TP305, TP306, TP301,
TP302, TP309, TP303
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