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dsPIC33CH128MP508 Motor Control Plug-In Module

Part Number: MA330039

Summary:

The dsPIC33CH128MP508 Motor Control PIM is designed to demonstrate the capabilities of the devices from the dsPIC33CH128MPxxx family of dual core, 16-bit Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs). The dsPIC33CH128MPxxx devices have two DSC cores, namely ‘Master Core’ and ‘Slave Core’, that can run independently at different device frequencies. This PIM can be used to

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    • dsPIC33CH128MP508 16-bit Dual-Core DSC
    • 100-pin headers designed for use with the dsPICDEMTM MCLV-2, MCHV-2/MCHV-3 and Low-Voltage Motor Control Bundle Development Boards
    • 5-pin header for Slave Core debug in dual-core debug mode
    • Analog and Digital Ground probe clip posts

Summary

The dsPIC33CH128MP508 Motor Control PIM is designed to demonstrate the capabilities of the devices from the dsPIC33CH128MPxxx family of dual core, 16-bit Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs). The dsPIC33CH128MPxxx devices have two DSC cores, namely ‘Master Core’ and ‘Slave Core’, that can run independently at different device frequencies. This PIM can be used to demonstrate and develop a single motor control application by inserting it in the 100-pin PIM interface header provided on compatible motor control development boards. When operating this PIM on the dsPICDEM™ MCLV-2 or MCHV-2/MCHV-3 Development Boards, use an external op amp configuration matrix board. This PIM also works with the the Low-Voltage Motor Control Bundle.

For single core debug of either the Master or Slave, use the programmer/debugger interface provided on the development board (where the PIM is plugged in). The Master and Slave cores of the dsPIC33CH128MPxxx devices can also be debugged simultaneously. In Dual Debug mode, two debugger tools must be interfaced with the device for Master and Slave debug. A 5-pin header (unpopulated) is provided to interface an additional debugger tool required for Slave debug in Dual Debug mode.