Flash memory based motion control IC for advanced inverterized appliance and more

10-04-2015 | Mouser Electronics | Semiconductors

Aimed primarily at applications such as white goods, battery-operated drives
and industrial systems, International Rectifier's IRMCF171 flash memory
based motion control IC is now in stock at Mouser.

The high-performance device is designed to achieve low-cost yet
high-performance control solutions for advanced inverterized appliance motor
control. It contains two computation engines integrated into one monolithic
chip. One is the Flexible Motion Control Engine (MCETM) for sensorless
control of permanent magnet or induction motors. The second is an 8-bit
high-speed microcontroller (8051). The user can program a motion control
algorithm by connecting control elements using a graphic compiler.

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