PINUS Multicopter Board V2 with XMC1100, IR2301 and BSC0925ND

Open online SPICE simulator circuit link: motor_PINUS_V2_XMC1100.tsc

PINUS BOARD V2 with XMC1100, IR2301 and BSC0925ND

How to program the microcontroller:
1. Build project in DAVE
2. Pack together the .hex and .elf files into a .zip (usually found in the Debug folder)
3. Click on the microcontroller symbol
4. Click on the "MCU-code" details
5. Select "Upload"
6. Select the .zip file created earlier
7. Click "Upload"
8. Click "OK"


This circuit is used to drive brushless DC motors in a sensorless configuration via
back-emf detection and block commutation. The maximum speed is determined by
the motor parameters and the computation time by the microcontroller used. The
solution has been tested up to 18.000 rpm.

XMC1000 microcontrollers bring together the ARM® Cortex®-M0 core with market
proven and differentiating peripherals in a leading-edge 65nm manufacturing process.
XMC1000 is the number one choice to bring traditional 8-bit designs to the next level.

The IR2301 is a high voltage, high speed power MOSFET and IGBT driver with
independent high and low side referenced output channels.



Other circuits
Development platform: DAVE™
Reference manual: XMC1100 AB-Step
Product info: XMC1100-T038F0064 AB

Technical Assistance

Family: 32-bit XMC1000 Industrial Microcontroller ARM® Cortex®-M0
Product info: IR2301
Product info: BSC0925ND
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