The motor control education kit is a hardware platform for the development of motor control software for brushless electric motors and was developed specially for educational use at universities.
The openly accessible printed circuit board comprises a micro-controller, a power module, and an electric motor. The power module is properly dimensioned to control the electric motors of e-bikes and e-scooters with an output of up to 1,000W.
A direct connection to dSPACE TargetLink allows seamless transition between different types of simulation:
– Model in the Loop simulation (MiL): floating point simulation of the Simulink model
– Software in the Loop simulation (SiL): fixed-point simulation of the TargetLink model on the host PC
– Processor in the Loop simulation (PIL): fixed-point simulation of the TargetLink model on the ARM core
An example project with the Matlab Simulink model of how to control an e-bike wheel hub motor with space vector PWM (SVPWM) in connection with field-oriented control algorithm (FOC) is included in the scope of delivery.