FSFR2100XS

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  1. karas

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  2. ElectronicMotor

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    Ive not done one for a while, but I would imagine that Fairchild would have a model
     
  3. karas

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    I did contact them, they do not have
     
  4. BR-549

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    I am not familiar with LT Spice. But are you trying to do two separate simulations?

    I found that the application note link/pdf had a lot of useful information.

    An interesting chip.
     
  5. ElectronicMotor

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    It is

    I am building a circuit to drive a high power electronic motor and it caught my eye
     
  6. MaxHeadRoom

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    What is an Electronic Motor?
    Max.
     
  7. karas

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    I am trying to do LCC resonance converter by using FSFR2100XS
     
  8. BR-549

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    There is a design procedure in the app note. It looks like a very versatile chip.
     
  9. karas

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    Or how can i do module generate 2 signals out of phase and the frequency of this module depend on the input voltage to this module
     
  10. bertus

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    Hello,

    There is an application note for an LLC circuit.

    Bertus
     
  11. ElectronicMotor

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    What is an Electronic Motor?
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    Good question

    An electronic motor, or Brushless Direct Current Motor (BLDC) does not use alternating current
     
  12. MaxHeadRoom

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    That is not an electronic motor, it may be electronically commutated.
    It is a direct cousin and identical in construction to the AC servo and does use 3ph Alternating current .
    Max.
     
  13. ElectronicMotor

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    By international, English speaking standards, an electronic motor and a BLDC motor are the same
     
  14. BR-549

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    That's new to me. I have heard of electronic drives and electronic motor drives. AC and DC.

    But not heard of electronic motor.
     
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  15. ElectronicMotor

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    You have not built an electric buggy and driving circuitry, I think

    I have researched electronic motors for years

    I have found them to have the same meaning
     
  16. BR-549

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    No, your right, I have not. I have done industrial work, but not electric buggy work.

    I am learning new,...old terms,...all the time.
     
  17. ElectronicMotor

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    Yea, the two terms are pretty much interchangeable
     
  18. MaxHeadRoom

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    I have worked in motion control for several decades CNC, Robotics etc, with all manner of motors, and never heard one described as 'Electronic' The Drive, maybe.
    Max.
     
  19. MaxHeadRoom

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    I have worked Internationally (3 continents) and am English speaking, actually British by birth, never once heard that.:confused:
    Max.
     
  20. ElectronicMotor

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    Hey Max

    I have, after many years of research, found that the terms "Electronic Motor" and "Brush Less Direct Current (BLDC) Motor" are used
    interchangeably, and so, since the true meaning of the term got lost many internet years ago, and as far as I know, has not been officially defined, is being defined now

    And since there seems to be no real research and development going on in the field of electronic motors and how they have the potential to be the leading edge of technology, it looks like I will have to be, as always, the INOVATOR

    Google knows, they have built an electric airplane that can stay in the air 'forever'

    But when I do research on '"electronic motors"', using Google, I find these terms used interchangeably