Explore our solutions to find the right performance level, memory size, peripherals and number of I/O pins based on the type of motor and the complexity of the control technique that your application requires.
PIC® and AVR® MCUs offer a variety of peripherals, speeds and package options, making them well-suited for implementing basic motor control in simple and cost-effective applications.
High-performance dsPIC33 DSCs with a DSP instruction set feature motor control specific peripherals, including high-resolution Pulse-Width Modulators (PWMs) with complementary waveforms, dedicated time bases and high analog integration. Single- and dual-core dsPIC33 DSCs can be used to implement high-efficiency, high-precision variable speed, constant torque and Field-Oriented Control (FOC) motor control applications.
Ranging from entry-level up to high-performance devices, our portfolio of Arm® Cortex® M0+, M4 and M7-based SAM MCUs and PIC32MK MIPS-based MCUs with floating point processing and DSP extensions give you the power, features and precision you need.
Our comprehensive low-power FPGA-based motor control suite consists of a hardware platform and software IP for developing BLDC, stepper, PMSM and inductor motors used in multi-axis servos, multi-motor robotic arms, avionics, medical and electric vehicles. Their high-performance features include 1 ms control loops, 300 kHz switching frequencies and 5 ns PWM resolution with dead time control.
To accompany your selected motor control MCU or DSC, we provide a variety of half-bridge, full-bridge and 3-phase MOSFET gate drivers with integrated voltage supplies and feedback circuits for use in PMSM, BLDC and ACIM motors.
Often used as companion chips to our PIC and AVR MCUs and dsPIC Digital Signal Controllers, our single-chip motor control and motor drive solutions enable simpler designs and decrease board space. These solutions include BLDC, stepper and multi-channel half-bridge motor drivers with integrated MOSFETs.