The High Voltage Motor Control and PFC Developer's Kit provides and easy, open source way to evaluate the Piccolo or Delfino microcontroller and TI analog in a high voltage environment. A single MCU controls the power factor correction(PFC) stage and the motor control stage. The PFC takes a line level AC input (~110 to ~240VAC) and outputs up to 750 watts of power, regulated by closed loop control.

The motor driver stage can be driven from either the PFC or from a separate power stage and accepts up to 400V and outputs up to 1.5 kilo-watt of power. The motor driver stage can drive the most common types of three phase motors; AC induction, brushless DC, and permanent magnet synchronous motors. The microcontroller controls each type of motor using closed loop control (Trapezoidal, V/F, or FOC) using sensored and sensorless back-emf techniques.


Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Category Motor Control
Eval Board Part Number 296-25715-ND
Eval Board Supplier Texas Instruments
Eval Board Normally In Stock
Voltage In 85 ~ 132 VAC
170 ~ 250 VAC
Number of Motors and Type 1, 3-Ph BLDC Motor
1, 3-Ph BLDC, Sensorless
1, 3-Ph Induction Motor
1, 3-Ph Induction, Sensorless
1, 3-Ph PMSM Motor
1, 3-Ph PMSM, Sensorlesss
Power / Current Out 1 kW
Features Power Factor Correction (PFC)
Sensorless Control (FOC)
Sinewave Output
Trapezoidal Output
USB Interface
Component Count + Extras
Application / Target Market
Design Author Texas Instruments
Main I.C. Base Part TMS320F28035
Date Created By Author 2010-03
Date Added To Library 2012-09

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