About This Training
Learn how to design a low-cost, functionally safe and high-performance dual motor control solution using the enhanced time processing unit eTPU complex timers on the MPC5777C-DEVB development board, based on the 32-bit Power Architecture® MPC5777C ultra-reliable microcontroller together with the FS65 system basis chip (SBC) and the TJA1100 and TJA1145T/FD Ethernet and CAN FD PHY transceivers.
Growing demand for vehicle electrification has been heightened by carbon emissions concerns, regulatory compliance and energy costs. Increasing environmental awareness among consumers has also helped to bolster the market and create new opportunities for carmakers. At NXP, we are leveraging our broad portfolio and application leadership in automotive power control to help accelerate electronic vehicles (EV) system development, offering system solutions that deliver the optimal performance, robust functional safety and power management required for the next-generation of EV and electric/hybrid vehicles (HEV).