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Motor and Power Control Solutions

Contents
Feedback and Sensing................. 2
Isolation........................................ 5
Processing Solutions.................... 6
Communication and System
Integration.................................... 7
Power and Support Functions........ 8
Demo and Reference Designs...... 11
Resources and Tools.................. 12

Analog Devices industry-leading converter, amplifier, and processor technologies enable


our motor control and inverter customers to design products with greater precision, energy
efficiency, and communications capabilities. Additionally, the breadth of ADIs analog and
processor portfolio supports the core signal chain, enabling faster time to market, greater
energy efficiency, increased factory automation integration, and lower maintenance costs.
ADIs transceivers and Blackfin processors provide the communications technology to
enable increased levels of factory automation. ADIs MEMS technology supports vibration
detection and positioning control, allowing predictive maintenance and better accuracy to
lower operating costs.
ADIs power management portfolio supports all these functions to increase energy
efficiency and control.

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Feedback and Sensing


Optimizing Speed/Resolution vs. Load Position Using ADIs RDCs
Many motor control systems operate at variable shaft rotation speeds. To provide the
most accurate position information, a system with flexible resolution is required.
The resolver-to-digital converter that provides resolution change on-the-fly is the
AD2S1210. This converter delivers an integrated solution including an excitation
oscillator with programmable frequency, programmable threshold levels, very wide
analog input range, and information indicating the exact nature of detected faults.
The AD2S1210 provides a high level of functionality required to interface to
resolvers with a reduced number of external components.
AD2S1210 Features
Variable resolution, 10-bit to 16-bit
2.5 arcminutes of accuracy (16-bit resolution)
3125 rps maximum tracking rate (10-bit resolution)
Programmable fault detection thresholds
Programmable excitation frequency
Integrated RDC/Oscillator Solution
Part Number
AD2S1200
AD2S1205

Description
12-bit tracking RDC, 11 arcmin, 1000 rps
12-bit tracking RDC, 11 arcmin, 1250 rps

Fine Position Sensing Using ADIs Simultaneous Sampling ADCs


Motor control servo drivers are used in a multitude of applications like precision robotics,
CNC (computer numerical controlled) machining, and factory automation to name but
a few. These systems incorporate shaft position feedback for precise position sensing
to ensure the systems accurate operation. This feedback is provided by a variety of
encoders with different output characteristics.
The AD7262/AD7264 with integrated PGA and dual simultaneous sampling differential
input ADCs interface directly to various encoders enabling a single device to be utilized
across an assortment of designs. This device minimizes hardware changes and
maximizes software reuse across position feedback platformsultimately reducing
development design cycles.
The AD7262/AD7264 incorporate four comparators for interfacing with pole sensors
and also include internal ADC offset, system offset, and gain calibration to ensure the
accuracy of the final ADC result. This single chip solution incorporates all the functionality
required to successfully interface to a position sensor in a single package, reducing BOM
costs and PCB board complexity while providing best-in-class performance.
Features
14 bit, 1 MSPS, dual, simultaneous sampling ADC
Programmable gain amplifier with 14 different gain stages
High analog input impedance eliminates ADC drive circuitry requirements
4 on-chip comparators
Dual Simultaneous Sampling SAR ADC
Part Number
AD7265
AD7266

Description
Dual, 1 MSPS, 12-bit, 3-channel differential/6-channel single-ended
Dual, 2 MSPS, 12-bit, 3-channel differential/6-channel single-ended

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ADIs MEMS Sensor Technology Provides High Precision and Bandwidth


in Vibration Sensing for Predictive Maintenance
Ensuring manufacturing equipment is operational 24/7 for maximum efficiency and
throughput requires effective monitoring of motor/turbine performance to minimize
downtime for repair.
ADIs ADIS16220 and ADIS16223 i Sensor digital vibration sensors and the ADXL001
MEMS accelerometer provide the industrys widest bandwidth to allow for precision
monitoring of a motors natural frequency for earliest detection of maintenance issues.
The small profile of the MEMS sensors and embedded features, such as programmable
capture buffers of the ADIS16220, allows mounting closer to the vibration source and
more accurate data collection.
Features
High performance single axis analog accelerometer

70 g, i Sensor wideband ranges available (additional 250 g and 500 g ranges
with the ADXL001)
22 kHz resonant frequency structure
High linearity (0.2% of full scale)
Low noise (4 mg/Hz)

Precision Current Sensing for Torque Measurement in DC Motors


DC motors perform a variety of critical functions, from enabling electric power steering
in vehicles to helping people sleep better at night by facilitating air flow in sleep apnea
machines. Motor current sensing is a key function in determining torque and providing
closed-loop control. ADI current sense amplifiers, like the AD8207, monitor motor phase
current in the presence of PWM signals, allowing for a simple, all inclusive current
sensing solution.
The fast switching PWM signals make it very difficult for discrete component systems
to accurately measure the motor current in the shunt resistor. By providing a large input
voltage range, excellent ac common-mode rejection, best-in-class maximum offset drift
of less than 1 V/C, bidirectional operation, and high voltage transient protection, the
AD8207 allows for precise instantaneous current measurement. By monitoring current
directly on the motor phase, diagnostics information such as short to ground is readily
available, leading to a more robust motor control solution.
Features
Offset drift typically < 500 nV/C
Ability to reject input PWM common-mode voltages from 4 V to +65 V
25 V to +75 V input survival
80 dB CMRR from dc to 100 kHz
Buffered output for driving any standard ADC
Additional Current Sense/Difference Amplifiers

Part Number

CMR (V)

Bandwidth
G = 10 Typ
(kHz)

CMRR (dB)

Gain Range
(Min to Max)

Offset Drift
(V/C)

AD8205

2 to +65

50

78

50

15 (typ)

AD8206

2 to +65

100

76

20

15 (typ)

AD8207

4 to +65

150

80

20

1 (max)

AD8210

2 to +65

450

100

20

8 (max)

AD8216

4 to +65

3000

80

20 (max)

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Digitizing High Speed Control Loops in Wind Turbines to Meet Stringent


Grid Controls Using ADIs AD7656-1
Electricity networks typically suffer from sags or interruptions caused by a variety of
sources. Some wind turbine technologies respond to such events by shutting down
automatically when a voltage drop occurs on the turbine output as it connects to the grid.
This can be an entire windfarm, where both the off event and reloading of the wind farm
onto the grid can have a significant effect on grid stability.
ADIs AD7656-1 simultaneous sampling ADC is an ideal choice for UPS design to monitor
transformer signal levels in order to maintain turbine to grid connection voltage levels,
allowing continuous operation of wind turbines.
Features

Applications

6-channel, 250 kSPS, simultaneous sampling

Electrical controller for generation and power within

the turbine

ADC 16-/14-/12-bit product options


10 V, 5 V bipolar input ranges

Control of blade pitch

Parallel, serial, and daisy-chain interface modes

UPS within turbine or external UPS for retrofit/upgrade

More Bipolar Simultaneous Sampling ADCs


Part Number
AD7606/AD7607
AD7606-4/AD7606-6
AD7366-5/AD7367-5

Resolution (Bits) Throughput Rate


16/14
200 kSPS
16
200 kSPS
12/14
500 kSPS

Number of Channels
8
4/6
2

AD7366/AD7367

12/14

1 MSPS

AD7657-1/AD7658-1

14/12

250 kSPS

AIN Range
Bipolar 10 V, bipolar 5.0 V
Bipolar 10 V, bipolar 5.0 V
Bipolar 10 V, bipolar 5.0 V, unipolar 10 V

Interface
Parallel, serial, SPI
Parallel, serial, SPI
Serial, SPI

Bipolar (VREF) 2, bipolar (VREF) 4, bipolar 10 V, bipolar 5.0 V,


unipolar (VREF) 4, unipolar 10 V
Bipolar 10 V, bipolar 5.0 V, unipolar 10 V

Parallel, serial, SPI

Precision Amplifiers Provide High Accuracy and Low Drift for Precision
Level Shifting and Low-Side Current Sense Applications
In efficient, integrated motor control applications, accurate low-side current sensing is
critical to overall system performance. Operational amplifiers with low noise, low offset
voltage, low input bias current, and minimal temperature drift are critical to accurately
sensing this current. Precision amplifiers can also be used to accurately level shift
the measured current, so that it can properly interface to low voltage, single supply
analog-to-digital converters.
ADI has a diverse portfolio of precision operational amplifiers, in a large variety of form
factors that suit almost any application in motor control systems. These operational
amplifiers are offered with minimum and maximum specifications over a wide temperature range (40C to +125C) that enable the system designer to confidently calculate
error budgets.
In addition to precision offset, noise, and drift specifications, the OP2177 and OP4177
operational amplifiers operate over a wide supply voltage range from 2.5 V up to 36 V.
They also offer wide input and output dynamic range, making them extremely flexible
for sensing, level shifting, and filtering applications in motor control systems.
Features
8.5 nV/Hz input voltage noise

0.7 V/C max offset drift

60 V max input offset voltage

2 nA max input bias current

Additional Operational Amplifiers

AD8671
AD8512

Number of
Op Amps Per
Package
1
2

AD822

100

2 pA

1.9

3 to 36

AD8604

500

200 fA

8.4

2.7 to 6

Part
Number

VOS
(V)

IB

20
80

3 nA
21 pA

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3 dB
Slew Rate
Bandwidth
(V/s)
(MHz)
10
4
8
20

VCCVEE
(V)

IQ Per
Amp

10 to 36
9 to 36

3.5 mA
2.5 mA
900 A
1.2 mA

Serial, SPI

Isolation
Integrating Isolation in the Current and Voltage Sense Loop
Current monitoring generally has to be high voltage tolerant with respect to each phase
and with respect to the controlling circuitry. Regulated safety standards from UL, CSA,
and VDE require up to 3.75 kV rms of reinforced isolation on motors.
The AD7400A and AD7401A second-order - modulators convert an analog input
signal into a high speed, 1-bit data stream with on-chip digital isolation based on
Analog Devices iCoupler technology. This enables motor control customers to design
accurate robust boards, which meet the reinforced isolation requirements. The AD7400A
and AD7401A may also be used to monitor voltage or as an isolation amp in conjunction
with a third-order active filter.
Features
16 bits, no missing codes
2 LSB INL typical at 16 bits

Applications

Meets CSA, UL, VDE 3.75 kV rms reinforced isolation standards for motors

Isolated current monitoring

250 mV input range, temperature range 40C to +125C

Isolated voltage monitoring

Part Number

Viorm (Vpeak)

Resolution (Bits)

Sample Rate (MHz)

Supply (V)

Power Dissipation (mW)

Ain Range

891
891
891
891

16
16
16
16

10
10
20
20

3 to 5.5
3 to 5.5
3 to 5.5
3 to 5.5

95
85
105
94

200 mV diff
250 mV diff
200 mV diff
250 mV diff

AD7400
AD7400A
AD7401
AD7401A

Operating Temp
Range (C)
40 to +105
40 to +125
40 to +105
40 to +125

ADIs Integrated Isolated Gate Drivers Incorporate Isolated Power and Isolated
Gate Drivers in One PackageImproving System Reliability and Quality
In motor control circuits, both isolation and gate drivers are required. Solutions such as
optocoupler-based isolated gate drivers also require separate isolated power, increasing
solution size and design time.
The ADuM5230 and ADuM6132 are the industrys first isolated gate drivers that offer
independent and isolated outputs, along with isolated power for the gate drive in one
package. This integration eliminates components, reduces system cost and size by as
much as 50%, and improves system reliability and quality by simplifying designs.
Features
isoPower integrated, isolated, high-side supply 16-lead wide-body SOIC
Safety and regulatory approvals
High common-mode transient immunity:
>25 kV/s
Isolated Gate Drivers
Part
Number
ADuM1233
ADuM1234
ADuM3220
ADuM5230
ADuM6132
ADuM7234

Number of
Channels
2
2
2
2
1
2

Insulation
Rating
(kV rms)
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.7
1

Isolated
Output Min
(V)
12
12
4.5
12
12.5
12

Isolated
Output Max
(V)
18
18
18
18
17
18

Max Operating
Temperature
(C)
105
105
125
105
85
105

Isolate USB with a Single Chip


Based on Analog Devices proprietary iCoupler technology, the USB 2.0 compliant
ADuM3160 and ADuM4160 are fully isolated to 1.5 Mbps and 12 Mbps and have been
developed to lower system cost, reduce design size, and lessen design time, all while
meeting the most demanding medical and industrial standards. For more information,
visit www.analog.com/iCoupler_USB.

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Processing Solutions
ADI DSP Processors Offer Control and Signal Processing Capability,
Enabling Greater Energy Efficiency, Sensorless Vector Control, and High
Level Communications
During the past decade, motor control solutions have steadily evolved to improve
performance, efficiency, and communicationsall while breaking cost barriers. With
processors like Blackfin and SHARC, new technology adoption is possible in fixed,
floating, and mixed-signal data styles.
Between Blackfin and SHARC, ADI offers a balance of fixed- or floating-point DSP and
control processing, aligned with the required system needs. Blackfin and SHARC product
portfolios offer a variety of processor solutionsoptimized for simple controllers or more
advanced vector or sensorless systems where high processing performance combined
with competitive cost is needed.
Features
Unique processor core for DSP and control functions with dynamically controlled
power consumption
Enhanced Harvard architectures offer predictable controllers and systems accuracy
Rich peripheral set including ePWM/GPIO and communications interfaces
Complete set of code-compatible DSP families from sub $5 to 600 MHz
Other DSP Offerings
Part Number
ADSP-BF506F
ADSP-BF518
ADSP-21469
ADSP-21478/
ADSP-21479
ADSP-21488/
ADSP-21489

Description
400 MHz Blackfin processor with integrated 4 MB executable flash, integrated
true 12-bit ADC, and dual 3-phase PWM units for unmatched price/
performance and system-level integration
400 MHz Blackfin processor with 3-phase PWM unit and Ethernet MAC with
IEEE 1588 support for motor control applications requiring network connectivity
450 MHz SHARC processor with PWM support provides highest level of
floating-point performance and precision
266 MHz, lowest power, 363 mW typical, 32-bit floating-point SHARC processor
with PWM outputs
400 MHz, highest performing 32-bit floating-point processor with PWM outputs
in a QFP package

Optimizing Loop Response Time in Motor Control Applications


The ADuC7128/ADuC7129 allow accurate and fast monitoring of dc motor currents
through the on-chip 1 MSPS, 12-bit ADC. Should the motor currents become too high,
possibly due to an object blocking the motor arm, rapid action can be taken.
The ADC results can be interpreted by the powerful 41 MIPS ARM7 core, which shortens
significantly the time to adjust or shut down the PWM interface, protecting the motor
from burning out.
Features
DDSfor example, for resolver excitation
Encoder input
6-channel PWMwith additional H-bridge mode
126 kB flash
Other Precision Microcontrollers
Part Number
ADuC7020
ADuC84x

Description
44 MHz ARM7TDMI microcontroller with 32 kB/64 kB flash/8 kB SRAM,
12-bit multichannel, 1 MSPS ADC, 12-bit DAC, 3-phase PWM unit, and
programmable logic array (PLA)
12 MHz single cycle 8052 microcontroller with 8 kB/32 kB/64 kB flash/2 kB
SRAM, 16-/24-bit - ADC, 12-bit DAC, and flexible PWM unit

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Communication and System Integration


Enabling Real-Time and Precise Communications to Meet the Most
Demanding Applications
The Blackfin series of processors are the future-proof processors that will help you
reduce time to market, cost, and power consumptionwhile simplifying the design
process at the same time. For a broad spectrum of industrial communications
applications, they are the highest performance low power processors in the world.
Innovation in the solution domains on standard controllers is enabling advances in the
local and global network services being offered at a system levelwith Blackfin processors, the offer of a scalar family allows mixture of true processing, from communication
along with applications-specific needs for the drive or system controller.
Features
Unique processor core for DSP and control functions with dynamically controlled
power consumption
C/C++ compliant core with RISC instruction set

Large on-chip flash memory

Applications

USB/Ethernet and CAN

ADSP-BF5xx family for all general communication


standards

Dedicated IEEE 1588 MAC

Other Embedded Communications Offerings


Part Number
ADSP-BF518
ADSP-BF526
ADSP-BF536
ADSP-BF542

Description
400 MHz Blackfin processor with 3-phase PWM unit and Ethernet MAC with
IEEE 1588 support
400 MHz Blackfin processor with USB controller and dual CAN controller
400 MHz Blackfin processor with Ethernet MAC and embedded CAN
400 MHz Blackfin processor with USB controller and dual CAN controller

ADSP-BF51x family for high performance


IEEE 1588 MAC layer

ADIs Signal and Power Isolated Transceivers Provide Safety and


Protection in Distributed Control Communications
In typical industrial distributed control communication systems involving motor control
and inverters, harmful levels of current surges can be present due to nearby high power
voltage sources or ground loops between distant communication nodes.
ADIs ADM2582E and ADM2587E are the industrys most highly integrated signal
and power isolated RS-485/RS-422 transceivers. The isolation has been integrated
into the physical layer device to help protect both people and equipment from these
harmful events.
Features
2.5 kV rms integrated signal and power isolation
500 kbps/16 Mbps RS-485/RS-422 compliant transceiver
256 node, open- and short-circuit fail-safe receiver function
15 kV enhanced ESD
Short-circuit and thermal shutdown protection
Other RS-485 Transceivers
Part Number
ADM2491E
ADM2486
ADM1486
ADM1491E
ADM485

Description
5 kV rms signal isolated full-/half-duplex, 16 Mbps RS-485 transceiver
2.5 kV rms signal isolated, PROFIBUS compliant, half-duplex, 16 Mbps RS-485
transceiver
5 V, PROFIBUS compliant, half-duplex, 16 Mbps RS-485 transceiver
5 V, full-duplex, 16 Mbps RS-485 transceiver
5 V, half-duplex, 5 Mbps RS-485 transceiver

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Power and Support Functions


ADIs Ultralow Noise LDOs Increase Precision in Fine-Position Sensing
Applications
The ADP150 LDO provides clean analog supplies to ADCs such as the AD7266
3-channel, dual, simultaneous sampling ADC, increasing the sensing accuracy in
applications such as fine-position sensing in precision robotics.
The 70 dB @ 10 kHz power supply rejection of the ADP150 ensures that supply noise is
rejected by the LDO, and the noise does not degrade the performance of the AD7266.
Features
PSRR performance of 70 dB at 10 kHz
Initial output voltage accuracy: 1%
Ultralow noise: 9 V rms, independent of VOUT
5-lead TSOT package

ADIs Supervisors Provide Protection for Motor Control Processors During


Real-World Supply Noise Events
The ADM6316 simple power monitor and reset generator protects expensive FPGAs and
processors from power transients that may be seen on the power line due to motor fault
events. These simple devices also provide the system designer with the flexibility to reset
the system manually.
Features
26 reset threshold options (2.5 V to 5 V in 100 mV increments)
4 reset timeout options (1 ms, 20 ms, 140 ms, and 1120 ms minimum)
4 watchdog timeout options (6.3 ms, 102 ms, 1600 ms, and 25.6 sec typ)

ADI Switching Power Technology Extends Backup Battery Lifetime in Small


Scale Photovoltaic Inverter Applications
Power efficiency is critical to battery life in photovoltaic applications, such as solarpowered street lighting, that use a backup battery to power the control electronics
during static standby conditions.
The ADP2301 dc-to-dc step-down regulator facilitates optimal power design based on
switching technology. During battery-operated standby conditions, the regulator will
automatically operate in PFM (pulse frequency modulation) mode to minimize light
load losses.
The ADP2301 optimizes the efficiency of the standby power loop, directly translating to
increased battery lifetime, measurable in days (based on conversion to 1.8 V supply).
Features
Over 90% peak efficiency
1.2 A maximum load current
3 V to 20 V input supply range
For more information on Analog Devices power management solutions,
please visit www.analog.com/power.

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Precision Positioning of Open-Loop Motors Using ADIs DACs


Precise and stable motor control is required in a wide range of end applications from
precision tooling, robotic control, laser positioning, and CNC machining. These systems
require micro- or nanopositioning of the motor to set the armature position and to ensure
the systems accurate operation. With the AD5764R product family, precise and stable
operation is guaranteed.
The AD5764R is a multichannel 16-bit DAC with an integrated precision voltage
reference. With an accuracy of 1 LSB linearity and best-in-class temperature and time
drift specification, this device has the performance required in high end open-loop
systems. Also included on chip are user-programmable system calibration features,
allowing quick and easy calibration in the end application.
Features
16-bit resolution and accuracy
Nominal output span of 10 V
Integrated precision reference
System calibration allowing user programmable gain and offset

High Performance Voltage References Provide Highest Accuracy


and Lowest Drift
Precision data converters with 14-bit to 24-bit resolution perform best with an external
voltage reference. External voltage references provide the highest initial accuracy and
the lowest drift due to temperature changes and over time (aging).
Ratiometric applications are not as demanding on the reference, so the internal
reference found in an ADC or DAC are more than adequate. But when ultrahigh
resolution and dc precision is needed, low frequency (1/f) noise is also critical for
consistent and accurate measurements.
Also, when multiple ADCs and DACs need to operate from the same voltage, external
voltage references are best, with their higher drive capability, in addition to their source
and sinking capability.
The table below lists high performance voltage references over a range of price and
performance for the most demanding requirements in measurement and control.

Part Number

Initial
Accuracy
(%)

Temperature
Low Frequency
Coefficient
Noise (V p-p)
(ppm/C)

ISY Max
(A)

VSY Max
(V)

lOUT Source,
Sink (mA)

Load
Regulation
(ppm/mA)

Line
Regulation
(ppm/V)

Stability
(ppm)

ADR420B

0.04

3.4

600

18

30, 20

70

35

50

ADR430B

0.05

3.5

800

18

30, 20

15

20

40

ADR440B
REF19x
ADR360B

0.04
0.04
0.15

3
5
9

2.3
20
6.8

3750
45
190

18
15
15

10, 5
25
5

5O
10
181

20
10
51.3

5O
240
50

ADR34xx

0.10

10

10

70

5.5

10, 3

150

5O

50

Package
8-lead MSOP,
8-lead SOIC
8-lead MSOP,
8-lead SOIC
8-lead SOIC
8-lead SOIC
5-lead TSOT
6-lead
SOT-23

Price ($U.S.)
4.34
4.34
2.65
1.38
1.20
0.90

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Feedback and Sensing


Applications
Drives

Servos
Application
Specific
and
Motor Control Robotics

Technology/Product Type
Application
Specific Power
Control

Part Number

Description

AD2S1200/AD2S1205/AD2S1210
AD7262/AD7264
AD7265/AD7266
ADIS16220
ADXL001
AD8210
AD8205/AD8206
AD8207
AD8213/AD8215
AD8216
AD8671
AD8512
AD822
AD8604
AD7656-1/AD7657-1/AD7658-1
AD7606/AD7607
AD7606-4/AD7606-6
AD7366/AD7367
AD7366-5/AD7367-5
AD7400A/AD7401A

12-bit, 12-bit, 10-bit to 16-bit variable resolution resolver-to-digital converters with internal reference oscillator
Dual, 2-channel, 1 MSPS, 12-/14-bit, simultaneous sampling SAR analog-to-digital converters with PGA and 4 comparators
Dual, 3-channel, 1 MSPS/2 MSPS, 12-bit, simultaneous sampling SAR analog-to-digital converters with PGA and 4 comparators
Programmable digital vibration sensor (iSensor technology)
High performance wide bandwidth iMEMS accelerometer
High voltage bidirectional current shunt monitor
Single supply difference amplifier for amplifying small differential voltages in the presence of large common-mode voltages
Zero drift, high voltage, bidirectional current shunt monitor
High voltage, unidirectional current shunt monitor
High voltage, high speed, bidirectional current shunt monitor
Single, precision, very low noise, low input bias current operational amplifiers
Precision, very low noise, low input bias current, wide bandwidth JFET operational amplifier (dual)
Single-supply, rail-to-rail, low power FET-input op amp
Quad, rail-to-rail input and output amplifier with very low offset voltage and wide bandwidths
250 kSPS, 6-channel, simultaneous sampling, bipolar 16-/14-/12-bit ADCs
8-channel, 200 kSPS, 16-/14-bit simultaneous sampling ADCs
4-/6-channel, 200 kSPS, 16-bit simultaneous sampling ADCs
Dual 12-/14-bit, 1 MSPS, SAR analog-to-digital converters
Dual 12-/14-bit, 500 kSPS, SAR ADCs
Isolated - modulators

UPS

ResolverSimultaneous -
to-Digital
iSensor iMEMS
Sampling ADC ADC
Converter

Current
Sense
Amplifier

Signal Conditioning
and Sensing
Operational Amplifiers

Isolation
Applications
Drives

Application Specific Motor Control

Servos and Robotics

Application Specific Power Control

UPS

Technology/Product Type

Part Number

Description

AD7400/AD7401
ADuM5230
ADuM6132
ADuM1233/ADuM1234
ADuM1420
ADuM3220
ADuM4160/ADuM3160
ADuM7234

Isolated - modulators
Isolated half bridge gate driver with integrated high-side supply
Isolated half bridge gate driver with integrated isolated high-side supply (high-side and low-side channels isolated)
Isolated, half bridge gate drivers
Quad isolated gate driver
4 A isolated, dual-channel gate driver
Full/low speed USB digital isolators
Isolated precision half bridge gate driver

Isolated - Converter

Isolated Gate Driver

Processing Solutions/Communications and Systems Integration


Applications
Drives

Technology/Product Type

Application
Servos
Application Specific
Specific
and
Power Control
Motor Control Robotics

ADSP-BF506F

ADSP-BF518

ADSP-21469

ADuC702x

Part Number

UPS

Description

ADuC84x

ADM2491E

ADM2486

ADM1486
ADM1491E
ADM485
ADM3251E
ADM3101E/ADM3232E

400 MHz Blackfin with integrated 4 MB executable flash, integrated true


12-bit ADC, and dual 3-phase PWM units for unmatched price/performance
and system-level integration
400 MHz Blackfin with 3-phase PWM unit and Ethernet MAC with IEEE 1588
support motor control applications requiring network connectivity
450 MHz SHARC with PWM support provides highest level of floating-point
performance and precision
44 MHz ARM7TDMI microcontroller with 32 kB/64 kB flash/8 kB SRAM,
12-bit multichannel 1 MSPS ADC, 12-bit DAC, 3-phase PWM unit, and PLA
(programmable logic array)
12 MHz, single cycle 8052 microcontroller with 8 kB/32 kB/64 kB flash/
2 kB SRAM, 16-/24-bit - ADC, 12-bit DAC, and flexible PWM unit
5 kV rms signal Isolated, full/half-duplex, 16 Mbps RS-485 transceiver
2.5 kV rms signal isolated, PROFIBUS compliant, half-duplex, 16 Mbps
RS-485 transceiver
5 V, PROFIBUS compliant, half-duplex, 16 Mbps RS-485 transceiver
5 V, full-duplex, 16 Mbps RS-485 transceiver
5 V, half-duplex, 5 Mbps RS-485 transceiver
2.5 kV rms signal isolated 1 Tx/1 Rx RS-232 transceiver
1 Tx/1 Rx and 2 Tx/2 Rx 3.3 V RS-232 transceivers

FloatingPoint
DSP

FixedPoint
DSP

ARM
8052
IEEE 1588
CAN
USB
Physical RS-485/
PWM ADC Ethernet
UART
RS-232
Controller Core
Support Controller Controller
Layer
RS-422

Isolated

USB

Supervisor

Watchdog

Power and Support Functions


Applications
Drives

Application
Specific Motor
Control

Servos and
Robotics

Technology/Product Type

Application Specific
Power Control

UPS

Part Number

Description
Multichannel 16-bit DAC with integrated precision voltage reference
Ultraprecision, second generation eXtra implanted junction FET (XFET) voltage references featuring low noise, high
accuracy, and excellent long-term stability in SOIC and MSOP footprints
Ultralow noise XFET voltage references with current sink and source capability
Low cost, low power, high precision voltage references featuring 0.1% initial accuracy, low operating current, and
low output noise in a small SOT-23 package
Supervisory circuit with watchdog, manual reset, and active low/push-pull
5.5 V input, 300 mA/500 mA, low quiescent current linear regulators with fixed output voltage
Ultralow noise (9 V), low dropout linear regulator that operates from 2.2 V to 5.5 V and provides upto 150 mA of
output current
Compact, 600 mA, 3 MHz, step-down dc-to-dc converter
1.2 A, 20 V, 1.4 MHz nonsynchronous step-down switching regulators

AD5764R

ADR420B

ADR430B

ADR34xx

ADM6316
ADP122/ADP124

ADP150

ADP2108
ADP2300/ADP2301

For more product offerings, please visit motorcontrol.analog.com.

LDO

Switching
Regulator

Reference

DAC

Demo and Reference Designs


Analog Devices has developed a set of demonstration platforms with
full signal chain technology alignment that are bound together with high
level software tools like the Mathworks MATLAB or Analog Devices own
development tools, such as the VisualDSP++ development and debug
environment. This enables a complete understanding about how motor
control systems work.
The demonstration platforms embrace the different technologies that have
been shown previously in this brochure and align critical needs of a typical
motor control system.

MOTION
CONTROLLER

MOTOR

CURRENT
MONITORING

DEMAND
INTERFACE
NETWORK
INTERFACE
ROTOR/LOAD
POSITION FEEDBACK

FB

VOLTAGES AND
CURRENTS

DSP HARDWARE
FOR CONTROL

3 PAIR PWM

ISOLATION LAYER

ISOLATION LAYER

ISOLATION LAYER

VOLTAGE AND
CURRENT

INVERTER

POWER
STAGE
VOLTAGE
MONITORING

VOLTAGE AND
CURRENT
RECTIFIER

GATE
DRIVER

Ib

Is

Is

CLARK
TRANSFORM
(a, b, c) (, )

One of the platforms that covers a high variety of products features.

1 kW power inverter/stage (IGBT IPM)

Is

Isolation of high power to DSP and sensor circuitry


Feedback interfaces for encoder or resolvers

Ia

Is = Ia

Interfaces to PC
Complete set of evaluation software linked to either MATLAB
or VisualDSP++

Is =

Ic

1
3

Ia +

2
3

Ib

Ia + Ib + Ic = 0

More Details on the Hardware


OUTPUT

ADSP-BF506 EZ-KIT Lite for evaluation of software and hardware


capability in a real-time motor control system
ADuM130x and ADuM140x for local isolation of gate drivers
and interfaces
AD7401 and Hall Effect sensors for isolated current and voltage
measurement
Resolver-to-digital interface: AD2S1210 along with excitation
through AD8664

+1

/2

+/2

+
+1

Local power supplies ADP3330 and ADP3630


Other features and application interfaces are supported by families like
AD866x/ADM63x and ADM248x

For more information contact your local ADI representative or find more
information at motorcontrol.analog.com.

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As one of the few companies providing the full range of required analog and digital signal processing technologies,
we are well-equipped to address a variety of design implementations across the signal chain. Enhanced performance and system integration enable innovative design topologies, which add value and help differentiate our
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