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Overview of Vector Engine (VE)

M370 group

The built-in hardware (vector engine, motor control circuit, A/D converter) used for motor control communicates without software.

  • (1) Sets the current command value and phase to VE (Software processing)
  • (2) Calculates 3 phase output voltage and ADC conversion timing, then transfers to PMD (VE automatically processes)
  • (3) PMD sends a conversion start signal to ADC while outputting 3 phase PWM. (PMD automatically generates)
  • (4) When ADC finishes the conversion, it sends the end signal to the VE. (ADC automatically generates)
  • (5) Calculates the feedback current from the AD conversion result, and requests an interrupt to CPU (VE automatically processes)
  • (6) Receives an interrupt, calculates the phase and the current command by software (software processing)

* ADC is an AD converter.

Overview of Vector Engine (VE)

Chapter 3 Peripheral Circuits

Low Power Consumption Technology
Low Power Consumption Control Block
Low Power Consumption Mode (1)
Low Power Consumption Mode (2)
Peripheral Circuits by Group of TX3
Peripheral Circuits of the M320 Group
M320 Group Application Example
Peripheral Circuits of the M330 Group
M330 Group Application Example (1)
M330 Group Application Example (2)
Peripheral Circuits of the M340 Group
M340 Group Application Example
Peripheral Circuits of the M360 Group
M360 Group Application Example
Peripheral Circuits of the M390 Group
M390 Group Application Example
Peripheral Circuits of the M370 Group
M370 Group Application Example
Peripheral Circuits of the M380 Group
M380 Group Application Example (1)
M380 Group Application Example (2)

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