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Forum: µC & Digital Electronics Field Oriented Control (FOC) & Power Factor Correction (PFC)


Author: Wilfried (Guest)
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Hello,

I'm beginning my final exam of my study next month. I have to build an 
ec motor controller with FOC and PFC. For this reason I need some books, 
I would appreciate any hint for some good books which discuss these 
topics.

It's a 230V 3-phase motor, with hall-sensors.

Thanks

Wilfried

Author: Master of Disaster 2010 (Guest)
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I don't have an Exam and i'm not on the way to get it. BUT one question: 
What please is an ec motor? AC from alternating current is know.

Author: Wilfried (Guest)
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What is EC technology ? EC stands for Electronically Commutated and it 
combines AC and DC voltages, bringing the best of both technologies : 
the motor runs on a DC voltage, but with a normal AC supply. DC motors 
already have low power consumption but if used in an AC application, the 
power needed converting AC to DC, using a bulky, inefficient 
transformer. The EC motor incorporates voltage transformation within the 
motor. The non-rotating part of the motor (stator) is extended to make 
room for an electronic PCB board which includes power transformation AC 
to DC, as well as the controls.

Author: Wilfried (Guest)
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EC means Electronically Commutated, maybe you know them as BLDC or PMSM 
motor.

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EC means Electronically Commutated, maybe you know them as BLDC or PMSM 
motor

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