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Can I ask if the XMC1400 is used for asynchronous motor drive control, FOC torque and speed control. The power is about 4KW, 24V, low voltage and high current. It has a speed sensor, and a rotation speed of about 1500 rpm, can it meet the performance

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Hello,

Our XMC1400 series has a corresponding design to achieve FOC, you can refer to the relevant information in the attachment.

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-AP32370_PMSM_FOC_for_XMC1000_4000-ApplicationNotes-v01_06-EN....

https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/evaluation-boards/kit_xmc1400_dc_v1/#!designsupport

For your needs, the XMC1400 can handle FOC torque and speed control for asynchronous motors. At the same time, the XMC1400 can process relevant signals in motor control to achieve more accurate speed control.

However, it is important to note that you are using a large motor, and our official KIT should not directly support your application, so if you want to use the XMC1400 as an MCU, you must ensure that it can work within the normal operating voltage range, so in your application, you need to step down the voltage to a reasonable range. Additionally, you need to consider the design of your drive circuit to ensure that it can safely drive a 4 kW asynchronous motor.

Overall, the XMC1400 series has sufficient performance to meet your needs, but you have to consider your hardware design and voltage. Hope this helps you.

BR,

Owen

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Hello,

Our XMC1400 series has a corresponding design to achieve FOC, you can refer to the relevant information in the attachment.

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-AP32370_PMSM_FOC_for_XMC1000_4000-ApplicationNotes-v01_06-EN....

https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/evaluation-boards/kit_xmc1400_dc_v1/#!designsupport

For your needs, the XMC1400 can handle FOC torque and speed control for asynchronous motors. At the same time, the XMC1400 can process relevant signals in motor control to achieve more accurate speed control.

However, it is important to note that you are using a large motor, and our official KIT should not directly support your application, so if you want to use the XMC1400 as an MCU, you must ensure that it can work within the normal operating voltage range, so in your application, you need to step down the voltage to a reasonable range. Additionally, you need to consider the design of your drive circuit to ensure that it can safely drive a 4 kW asynchronous motor.

Overall, the XMC1400 series has sufficient performance to meet your needs, but you have to consider your hardware design and voltage. Hope this helps you.

BR,

Owen

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