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what is ePWM?

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I am using Texas Instrument TMS320F28377S and in that there is Type 0 ePWM module. How it is different than normal PWM modules and what is Type 0 in that?
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Ian Rogers

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As far as I'm aware.. Enhanced PWM is for full bridge / half bridge motor control... It has the ability to output the same or the inverse signal on up to four output pins.. Loads of registers to control dead time for the prevention of shoot though.. The TI datasheet will give the best description.

The PIC's with EPWM have excellent datasheet comments and examples..

http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/40001441F.pdf
Page 180 on...
 

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As far as I'm aware.. Enhanced PWM is for full bridge / half bridge motor control... It has the ability to output the same or the inverse signal on up to four output pins.. Loads of registers to control dead time for the prevention of shoot though.. The TI datasheet will give the best description.

The PIC's with EPWM have excellent datasheet comments and examples..

http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/40001441F.pdf
Page 180 on...
Hola Ian,

The 18F4431 is, I dare to say, even more complete. Complex but not so hard to use.
 
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