Optimal performance of motor drive systems can only be obtained if high quality control methods are used.  Such methods are feasible with today’s microprocessors, but they require a comprehensive understanding of the machine and the system in which they are used.

Control designs are generated using system simulation models, and these models can be augmented with statistical and other data obtained by practical measurement. The models predict the performance of the drive and system in a controlled environment without recourse to hardware builds. 

Motor control systems can be easily translated to the target microprocessor system.  In many cases, this can be done using “autocoding” tools to translate the simulation modelling language into microprocessor instructions.



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