Development Board, Stellaris® AC Induction Motor

MDL-ACIM - Development Board, Stellaris® AC Induction Motor

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Product Overview

The MDL-ACIM is a motor control board controls three phase and single phase AC induction motors rated at up to 230V. The board has an integrated USB port (Virtual COM port) and logic level serial port connections along with a quadrature encoder/tachometer input for speed and position monitoring. Key features include the feature rich Stellaris LM3S818 microcontroller designed for motion control applications, Fairchild Semiconductor's FSBS10CH60 power module, and sophisticated software to optimally control a wide range of motors in diverse applications. Extensive configuration options using Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI) are available and the board is easy to customize full source code and design files are available.
  • Advanced motor control for three phase and single phase AC induction motors
  • Accelerated integration process through a flexible platform
  • Dynamic braking circuit
  • Active in rush control circuit
  • Easily change line filter, bus capacitors and JTAG interface
  • Includes code for main control algorithms including space vector modulation and sine control
  • Accurate current sensing using split low side current sensing
  • Several isolated control input options
  • Electrically isolated JTAG port for software debugging
  • Bootloader for firmware upgrades over serial port


Motor Drive & Control, Consumer Electronics, Industrial


Risk of electric shock

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Texas Instruments
Stellaris X00
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