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AMIC110 Multiprotocol Industrial Interface for Closed-loop Delfino Control Systems Training Series

 Advanced closed-loop control systems for factory, process, and power automation markets require powerful MCU solutions that can interface to variety of industrial communications protocols. As new features and capabilities are added, these protocols may evolve several times during the lifetime of an industrial product. As a result, system providers can benefit from solutions that flexibly support multiple communications protocols and in-service updates without updating hardware.

Control Law Accelerator

Control Law Accelerator (CLA) Hands-On Workshop

The Control Law Accelerator is a 32-bit floating point math accelerator that is common on most c2000 devices. It aids in the concurrent processing of fast control algorithms.

After viewing the lectures, and working through the provided example, you should be in a better position to migrate existing algorithms from the main C28x core to the CLA, or start programming on the CLA from scratch.

C2000 F28379D Workshop

C2000™ F2837xD Microcontroller 1-Day Workshop Series

The C2000 F2837xD Microcontroller One-Day Workshop is a hands-on technical course based on the dual-core TMS320F28379D device.  This device shares many common features and peripherals found on the other C2000 device families.  Therefore, this workshop will be very useful to anyone interested in learning more about the C2000 microcontroller family of devices.

Piccolo Entry Performance MCUs

The C2000™ Piccolo™ MCUs are a family of 32-bit microcontrollers optimized for processor-intensive, real-time control applications.  Designed for cost-sensitive applications, TI Piccolo MCUs scale to meet a variety of performance needs, whether controlling single or multiple control loops. Piccolo MCUs use common software and provide a high level of analog integration to deliver:

Delfino Premium Performance MCUs

The C2000™ Delfino™ MCUs are a line of high-performance solutions that provide more processing capabilities, memory, and peripherals to lower system cost while delivering more efficient control capabilities. These high-performance, floating-point Delfino microcontrollers include an on-chip, high-precision analog-to-digital converter, along with an external low-cost signal conditioning circuit supporting:

Other Real-time Control MCUs

In addition to the Delfino and Piccolo MCU families, there are other MCU offerings in the C2000 family that provide real-time control functionality.

C2000™ SafeTI™ Tunable FMEDA Training

This five part training series covers the following topics:

  • Part 1: Basics of FMEDA and how it is useful in system level safety analysis
  • Part 2: Introduction to the C2000™ Tunable FMEDA
  • Part 3: Detailed overview of the C2000™ Tunable FMEDA
  • Part 4: Benefits of customization on the C2000™ FMEDA
  • Part 5: Demo - How to tune the C2000™ FMEDA to your application specific needs?

Designing 6.6kW Bidirectional HEV/EV On-Board-Charger with SiC and Embedded Technologies

In this series of presentations, we go through the HEV/EV market status and history, OBC specifications, technology trend, topology selections and design considerations of an OBC system. Complete test results of a 6.6kW OBC reference design (Including AC-DC rectifier and isolated DC-DC converter) will be shown in the end of this paper to demonstrate the performance of our TIDesigns as well as TI SiC and embedded Technologies.

C2000™ MCUs - Motor Control training series

Take a look at all C2000 MCU motor control specific videos

C2000™ MCUs - Digital Power training series

C2000™ MCUs address the growing need for high efficiency, smaller form factor and adaptability in digitally controlled power electronic converters.

C2000™ MCUs - EV Training Series

Take a look at all C2000 electric vehicle specific training and overview videos .

C2000™ MCUs - Development tools training series

All videos specific to C2000 development tools
C2000 Microcontroller Device Workshops

C2000™ MCU Device Workshops

The C2000 Microcontroller (MCU) Workshops have been developed to help engineers gain a full understanding and complete working knowledge of the C2000 MCU family. Learning is accomplished through a detailed workshop manual and by performing the hands-on lab exercises. Each workshop starts with the basic concepts and progresses to more advanced topics in a logical flow. The topics and lab exercises build on the previous one completed, running a common theme throughout the workshop.

Teaching Old Motors New Tricks with C2000 (5-Part Series)

While motor topologies have remained relatively unchanged over the past century, control techniques by comparison have experienced explosive growth. This has been driven in large part by technology advancements in the semiconductor industry. This seminar focuses specifically on advancements in the control of motors, with an emphasis on field-oriented principles with brushless AC motors.

C2000 InstaSPIN: From Evaluation to Production

InstaSPIN-FOC is a sensorless field-oriented motor control algorithm which runs on select C2000 devices.  This presentation is intended for customers who are currently using or considering InstaSPIN-FOC.

C2000 MCU 1-Day Workshop - 8 Part Series

The C2000™ MCU 1-Day Workshop is a hands-on technical course based on the Piccolo™ F28069 device, which combines many common features and peripherals of the Piccolo™ and Delfino™ families. Therefore, this workshop would be very useful to anyone interested in the C2000 MCU family of devices.

C2000 Devices in Sensing and DSP Processing Applications

C2000™ Devices in Sensing & DSP Processing Applications

Learn how C2000 devices excel in Sensing & DSP Processing Applications.

Control Law Accelerator

Introduction to the CLA

This module covers the architecture of the CLA, the resources at its disposal and the division of code into task blocks that are triggered by peripherals or through software. Each of these task blocks are atomic, in the sense that no other task may interrupt a running task. This makes operation of the CLA unconventional in comparison with standard CPUs.

Control Law Accelerator

The CLA 'C' Compiler

The CLA is supported by a subset of the ANSI ‘C’ Compiler. You will learn the features, and more importantly, the limitations, of this compiler in this video.  The video also covers the changes in the linker command file needed to support operations on the CLA

Control Law Accelerator

The Workshop

In this video we get into the actual workshop. I will take an existing project for the C28x, a simple example that samples an EPWM, runs it through a low pass filter, and then an FFT to get the frequency spectrum, and migrate it over to the CLA. You can download the project files here and I encourage to follow along as I go through the different steps and considerations during the migration process.

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