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Has anyone designed an MPPT charge controller using XMC1302? Thanks.

Feyi Asgill
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Rick_Nardone
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Hi Fasgill,

Is this a solar power conversion application?

Please take a look at the XMC Digital Power Explorer kit: http://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/evaluation-boards/KIT_XMC_DP_EXP_01/productType.html?productT...

This provides a DC-DC buck converter design that drops 12VDC down to 3.3VDC, and uses the XMC1300 microcontroller. I understand you may need ~17VDC dropped down to 12VDC for the Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) of solar panels, but this kit may be a good start for your project.

Best,

Rick
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Hi Mr.Rick,

I am also working on development of MPPT charge controller using XMC 4500. We are planning to add the features for our product like Ethernet modbus(For updating the parameters through a web page) and USB(For Data logging and Field firmware Update).

Also we want to interface touch screen display to our product, for the feasibility of the user. Please guide us for the implementation of these 3 features.Please guide us to follow better way of implementation.


Thanks,

M.Ramarao.
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