- Fully programmable Arm® Cortex®-M4F 32-bit MCU
- Programmable Over-Current Protection for Motor Drive Stage
- 128kB FLASH, 32kB SRAM, 2.5MSPS SAR ADC
- Integrated 160V DC/DC Buck controller
- 3 Integrated 180V/2A High-Side Gate Drivers
- 3 Integrated 2A Low-Side Gate Drivers
- Integrated PGA (3 Differential, 4 Single-ended)
- Integrated DACs and Comparators
- UART, SPI, I2C and CAN 2.0B serial interfaces
- QEP Decoders
- Minimal External Components
- Extremely low IQ total hibernate mode
- 8x8mm, 51-pin QFN
The PAC5532 belongs to Active-Semi’s Power Application Controller® (PAC®) family. The PAC® family of products are highly-optimized SOC devices that can implement BLDC or PMSM programmable motor controller and driver in a single integrated IC. The PAC5532 integrates an Arm® Cortex®-M4F FLASH-based MCU, Power Management, High-side and low-side Gate Drivers and Signal-Conditioning components in a single product.
The PAC5532 is optimized for 48V to 120V battery-powered BLDC applications such as garden tools or battery-powered bikes and scooters.
Advantages of our Intelligent Motor Control
|High-Performance, high-memory programmable 32-bit MCU||Allows implementation of high-performance advanced control algorithms such as Field Oriented Control (FOC), Sensorless BEMF, Sensored BLDC and serial communications protocols|
|Integrated Power Management||Removes the need for an external DC/DC Controller. Provides 5V/200mA system supply for additional PCB peripherals. Integrates all power rails for MCU, FLASH, Analog and gate drivers|
|Integrated Gate Drivers||3 180V/2A integrated high-side and 3 2A integrated low-side gate drivers for 3-phase inverters|
|Integrated Signal Chain||Allows integrated current, voltage and temperature sensing and protection using integrated Differential and Single-ended Programmable-Gain Amplifiers, comparators and DACs. Cycle-by-cycle current limit without MCU intervention|
|Lowest Standby Power||19 µA Iq for standby-mode|
|IEC/UL60730 Class B Optimization||Allows implementation of the IEC/UL60730 Class B standard without additional system cost for PCB components|
Active-Semi’s PAC5532EVK1 Evaluation Kit (EVK) is a complete hardware solution enabling users to evaluate and develop motor control applications around this powerful and versatile Arm® Cortex®–M4F based micro-controller. The module contains the PAC5532 Power Application Controller (MCU), MOSFET inverter and debugging headers for serial interfaces and GPIO signals that may be used for debugging and evaluation.
The PAC5532EVK1 can be used with Active-Semi’s BLDC/BEMF or FOC firmware and Windows GUI for evaluation and debugging of the application. The ET-COLINK-1 may be used for connecting the EVK to a Windows PC using a USB cable, for programming and debugging using an IDE. The ET-UARTISO-1 may be used for connecting the Windows PC to the device’s UART for the Windows GUI.
Supporting Evaluation Tools
The ET-UARTSWD adapter is the preferred adapter for evaluation of PAC® devices/firmware and combines a USB to UART adapter with SWD debugger connector adaptation into a single board with isolation. The ET-UARTISO-1 adapter provides only the USB to UART adapter with isolation for Active-Semi application GUI communications.
|The ET-UARTISO-1 adapter is a USB to UART adapter for Active-Semi application GUI communications with the PAC device UART, and can be used for evaluation and debugging of PAC applications.|
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PAC5xxx Flash Programmer Tools
Active-Semi has partnered with Flash Programmer solution providers to support our Intelligent Motor Control PAC® product families.
These proven tools are suitable for emerging and high volume product manufacturing.
Both package level (socketed) and board level Flash programming solutions are available.
Active-Semi will support other vendors familiar with Arm® Serial Wire Debug (SWD) protocol to add PAC® product compatibility on their existing Flash programmer platforms.
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Installer for the PAC5532 BLDC application firmware, which implements sensorless BEMF motor control on the PAC5532 device. The installer contains example application source code, Windows graphical user interface (GUI), and documentation to allow the user to configure the system to work with their target motor. Project files for IAR Systems Embedded Workbench for ARM (EWARM) and Keil uVision are included.
Installer for the PAC®FOC application firmware designed to show case motor control using sensorless Field Oriented Control (FOC) on all PAC® devices. The installer contains example FOC application source code, Windows graphical user interface (GUI), and documentation to allow the user to configure the system to work with their target motor. Project files for IAR Systems Embedded Workbench for Arm® (EWARM), Keil uVision and Eclipse are included. The FOC application provides a configurable set of features to meet many different application requirements such as sensorless position/speed estimator, start-in-motion (SIM), three or single shunt operation, open phase detection (OPD), field weakening and others.
Installer for the PAC55XX Software Development Kit (SDK) that provides register level definitions and peripheral driver APIs for developing ARM M4 application firmware on all PAC55XX devices. The PAC55XX SDK is a unified SDK that supports Keil µVision IDE, IAR Systems Embedded Workbench for ARM (EWARM) IDE, and GCC tool chains.
PAC55xx IDE Support
Development of application firmware for PAC55XX ARM Cortex ® M4 is made easy with standard integrated development environments (IDEs). PAC55XX can be used with the most popular integrated IDEs including Keil MDK(uVision), IAR Systems Embedded Workbench for ARM, and Eclipse.
|Support files for developing PAC55XX firmware with Keil MDK (uVision).|
PAC55XX IAR IDE Support
|Support files for developing PAC55XX firmware with IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM|
Eclipse with PAC ® support
|Installer for Eclipse and supporting plugins for development on the PAC ® family of devices.|
Segger J-Flash/J-Link Support
|Support files to enable flashing the PAC55xx using Segger J-Flash via J-Link debuggers.|