2.7 Simplifying the motor drive selection and design process
Making design decisions for motor control or motor drive components can be daunting, but is a critical step in ensuring efficient, reliable end products.
This webinar that aims to make it easier for you evaluate voltage, current, interface, integration and control options.
The discussion will be applicable to any engineer working on motor drives, including AC induction motors (ACIMs), brushed DC motors, brushless DC (BLDC) motors, permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSMs) and stepper motors.
Questions answered in this training:
- How can I efficiently process, sense and actuate my design?
- What tools are available to help me quickly identify, tune and fully control my motor control system?
- What is an example design development path for me?
- What is the right motor type and driver for my design?
- What level of integration is needed for my application?
PDFs for download
Chris Clearman, Product marketing engineer for C2000™ microcontrollers, Motor control
Chris has been with TI for 17 years, primarily focused on power electronics and three-phase motor control. He has nearly two decades of experience in helping customers launch products for appliances, air conditioners, pumps, industrial drives, electric transportation. He also assisted in the development of TI’s InstaSPIN™ technology.
Innocent Irakoze, Product marketing engineer for TI’s integrated motor controllers
Innocent joined TI’s motor drivers business unit last year, and has since been focused on three-phase brushless DC motor drives. He supports a variety of customers in the design and selection process, helping them choose the optimal motors and control technologies.