Because of time difference ( India ) I was unable to participate immediately.
It was an excellennt presentation. I am a hardware engineer and may be I understand the logic behind the software. I cannot go into codes directly. I am looking for the design of Microcontroller for Motor Control applications in Automative applications. The temperature within the enclosure of this system to be planned is 180 deg Celcius. The competitors use ST Micrpcontroller L9805. The requirement is very precise control of the motor speed with position feedback, appropriate acceleration and deceleration. Uses CAN bus Communication from Engine Unit.
Mr Warren, I would appreciate if you can suggest a suitable microcontroller to work at high temperature, automative applications very reliably. Where can I get some reference designs.
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