Brushless Dc Motor Control Using The Lpc2141

LPC2148, ARM7, Brushless DC Motor Control This application note demonstrates the use of a low cost ARM7 based LPC2141 Microcontroller for sensored brushless DC Motor Control This application note demonstrates the use of a low cost NXP Semiconductors LPC2141 Microcontroller for brushless DC Motor Control It may be used as a starting point for Motor Control system designers using an NXP LPC2000 Microcontroller The LPC2141 is based on a 16/32-bit ARM7 CPU combined with embedded high-speed Flash memory. A superior performance as well as their tiny size, low power consumption and a blend of on-chip peripherals make these devices ideal for a wide range of applications. Various 32-bit Timers 10-bit ADC and PWM features through output match on all Timers make them particularly suitable for Industrial Control Main reason to use the LPC2141 for this reference design (see Fig 1) is the on-chip USB Interface which is used to communicate with a PC GUI (Graphical User Interface) controlling the motor.
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Brushless Dc Motor Control Using The Lpc2141 application circuits
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