Brushless DC motor control in just one day: Page 5 of 5

April 07, 2011 //By Ralf Koedel, Alexander Schmidt
Brushless DC motor control in just one day
Electric motor drives are being used increasingly for water, oil and petrol pumps, fans and air conditioning systems in automotive applications. In conjunction with powerful control algorithms running on optimised microcontrollers, BLDC motors offer very efficient solutions. For brushless motors, various control schemes, including field oriented control (FOC), are available. The article explains how to implement of a complete motor control in just one day.
Ködel is Product Marketing Manager Automotive Microcontroller at Infineon Technologies. Following his studies of industrial engineering and management, specialising in electrical engineering at the FH Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences, he started his career at Infineon in 2004. Since 2007, he works in product marketing for microcontrollers, which are used in automotive electronics.

Alexander Schmidt is Technical Marketing Manager Automotive Power at Infineon Technologies. After graduating as an engineer in the faculty of electrical engineering/telecommunications, he embarked on his career at Infineon in 2001, initially as an application engineer, working with 16 and 32-bit microcontrollers. Since 2004, he works in technical marketing for automotive semiconductors.


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