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Application development for IRMCF/K300 series motor control IC

Posted: 12 Jun 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:motor control? RAM? motion control IC?

The IRMCF/K300 series ICs contain two processors: an 8051 processor and the motion control engine (MCE). The 8051 and MCE interact through a shared RAM, accessible by both processors. The MCE is designed specifically to implement motor control loops, process feedback signals, and calculate PWM switching signals. The 8051 mediates between external control signals (such as the front panel of a washing machine) and the MCE, which ultimately produces the signals that operate the motor.

The 8051 microprocessor, included in the IRMCF/K300 series of motion control ICs, can be used to implement a large variety of control and protection functions for motor control applications. The instruction set and basic operation of the IRMCF/K300 Series 8051 microprocessor is consistent with the standard Intel 8051 processor. A number of peripheral devices and special functions have been added to customize the operation for motor control applications.

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