Stepper Motor Control with dsPIC DSCs
Recording Date: 01/07/2010
Duration: 13 min
This seminar provides a brief overview of the hardware architecture used to control stepper motors with a description of decay modes and the key differences between each mode. The principles of Microstepping and control loops will also be covered.
Presenter: Jorge Zambada, Applications Engineer, DSC Division
Jorge joined Microchip in 2004 as an Applicatios Engineer for the Digital Signal Controller Division, and has been working in the area of Motor Control and embedded systems since 2001. Before joining Microchip, he worked at Motorola/Freescale as an Applications Engineer focused on Motor Control applications. Jorge obtained a Bachelors Degree in Electronics Systems Engineering from the Monterrey Institute of Technology, ITESM, in Guadalajara, Mexico.
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