The MTRCKTSBN5604P motor control development kit is ideal for sensorless applications requiring one BLDC motor, such
as HVAC or electric pumps. Designed to enable rapid prototyping and evaluation of a motor control application
without having to wait for the final hardware design, the kit includes a 32-bit NXP®MPC5604P based controller board and the 3-phase
low-voltage power stage board.
The application software provides a complete reference
implementation of the BLDC motor control application and also takes advantage of the Automotive Math and Motor
Control Library Set.
This application note describes the design of a three-phase brushless DC (BLDC) motor control drive using a sensorless algorithm. The design is targeted at automotive applications. This cost-effective solution is based on the NXP Semiconductors MPC5604P device, dedicated for automotive motor control. The system is designed to drive a three-phase BLDC motor without a positional feedback sensor.
NXP’s embedded motion control series 3-Phase BLDC/PMSM Low Voltage Power Stage is an 8 V–50 V, 10 Amps, surface-mounted power stage. In combination with one of the embedded motion control series controller boards, it provides a software development platform allowing algorithms to be written and tested without the need to design and build a power stage. It supports speed and position sensing based on Hall sensors, resolver sensors, encoder sensors, and back electromotive force (BackEMF) sig
The NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox (MBDT) is a comprehensive collection of tools that plug into the MATLAB® and Simulink® model-based design environment to support fast prototyping, verification, and validation
The Automotive Math and Motor Control Library (AMMCLib) set is a collection of production-ready, easy-to-use, software libraries for rapid development of motor control and other real-time embedded systems.