Hands-on motor control workshop for low-voltage 3-phase BLDC motor designs

Learn about ST’s integrated motor drivers and power discretes for motor control solutions bring flexibility and compactness to your low-voltage 3-phase BLDC motor designs.

Who should attend this workshop?

  • Hardware developers looking for guidance on starting their 3-phase BLDC motor design
  • Hardware engineers looking to easily get started with ST’s X-Nucleo motor driver expansion boards
  • Hardware engineers interested in the latest power technologies and solutions for their motor control designs 

Benefits you will take away

  • Technical background on structure and principles of driving 3-phase BLDC motors
  • A complete overview of ST products and solutions for designing motor control applications including power discretes, integrated motor drivers, gate drivers and intelligent power modules
  • You’ll become familiar with ST’s modular X-Nucleo evaluation ecosystem
  • Learn how to easily start your BLDC motor control project using X-Nucleo expansion boards for motor drivers and our FOC Software Development kit

Registration for this event is now closed.

The seminar is based on our X-Nucleo Development Environment for Motor Control. 

All attendees will receive a free Motor Control Nucleo Pack (P-NUCLEO-IHM001) consisting of a STM32F3 Nucleo-64 development board (NUCLEO-F302R8) and a 3-phase brushless DC motor driver expansion board based on L6230 for STM32 Nucleo (X-NUCLEO-IHM07M1).

Date and location

City                                       Date
Munich, Germany           June 13, 2017


9.00 – 9.30   Registration & Welcoming

9.30 – 10.30   Overview of power products used in low-voltage motor control designs

10.30 – 10.45  Coffee break

10.45-  12.15  How to get started with ST’s Motor Control Workbench                                           

12.15 – 13.00 Lunch

Hands-on afternoon

13.00 – 13.30  Overview of ST’s evaluation tools for low-voltage motor control                           

13.30 – 16.00  Hands-on: Getting your project started with ST’s X-Nucleo evaluation ecosystem                          

16.00 – 16.15  Conclusion and Q&A