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February 19, 2019 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Integrated motor controller has large memory for automotive applications
TDK expands its range of Micronas embedded motor controllers with the HVC 4420F family with extended flash memory to drive small brush motors, stepper motors or brushless motors. The HVC 4420F meets the current requirements of the automotive industry for diagnostic functions, which have now also been introduced in the field of intelligent actuators.

The competitive computing power of the HVC 4420F enables the processing of complex motor control algorithms such as Space Vector Modulation (SVM) for permanent-magnet synchronous motors (PMSM), six-step commutation with sensor feedback or sensorless control, and various stepper motor configurations.

The HVC 4420F can optionally be equipped with production-ready and highly flexible, parameterizable firmware with sophisticated functions for communication, monitoring and power management (ASIL A ready) as well as a configuration tool. Customers can make the application software more efficient and effective and thus optimally design the combination of motor and control. An optimal combination of motor and control can significantly shorten their time-to-market.

Samples will be available from March 2019. The start of production is planned for 2020.

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