|Name||Drive-on-Chip motor control and autonomous DC-DC control (Tandem) (AN773)|
|Description||Drive-on-Chip design example for MAX® 10 development kit and Altera Tandem Motion Power 48V HSMC power board demonstrates multi axis motor control and multi phase bi-directional DC-DC conversion. This new version includes an autonomous DC-DC control IP. Note that this design uses DDR3 memory and the pinout on the devkit changes based on the revision of your kit. See the MAX 10 dev kit baseline pinout design for a TCL script with the pinout changes between the different revisions of the development kits. The default setup requires a Rev C dev kit. Users are recommended to run this design in Windows with Quartus version 17.0.2.|
|Development Kit||MAX 10 FPGA Development Kit|
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|Quartus Prime Version||Download Quartus Prime v17.0|
|Quartus Prime Edition||Standard|
Last updated on May 6, 2021, 2:33 a.m.