Motor control support with new devices and an expanded design ecosystem

09-10-2020 | Microchip Technology | Automotive Technologies

As electric motors increase across a growing spectrum of system applications, developers require products and tools that guarantee systems run as efficiently as possible while decreasing board size, component count and energy consumption. Microchip Technology has expanded its motor control providing digital signal controllers and microcontrollers that are supported by design tools, development hardware, a torque-maximising algorithm and a refrigerator compressor reference design.

“New products like Microchip’s dsPIC33C DSC devices with their high analog integration demonstrate our continued investment in simplifying motor control system design while reducing development and bill of materials costs in automotive, industrial, medical and consumer applications,” said Joe Thomsen, vice president of Microchip’s MCU16 business unit. “Our newly enhanced support ecosystem helps engineers get their designs done faster with the optimum combination of performance, efficiency and reliability.”

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