This application note describes a three-phase brushless DC (BLDC) motor control using a sensorless algorithm. This cost-effective solution is based on the NXP Semiconductors MPC5606B device, a member of the automotive body MPC5607B family of microcontrollers.
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
3-Phase Sensorless BLDC Kit with Qorivva MPC5606B MCU
This development kit featuring the Qorivva MPC5606B MCU helps you to get
your development started within minutes. You don’t need to wait for your own
hardware design to be available, nor start software development from scratch.
This development kit offers you a fully documented working setup for 3-phase
sensorless brushless DC (BLDC) motor control.
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 Set is a precompiled software library containing the building blocks for a wide range of motor control and general mathematical applications. It consists of three groups of functions:
General trigonometric and basic functions, General motor control functions, General digital filters functions