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Category:Control Law Accelerator for C2000

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Introduction

The C28x Control Law Accelerator (CLA) is an independent, fully-programmable, 32-bit floating-point math processor that brings concurrent control-loop exceuction to the C28x family. The low interrupt-latency of the CLA allows it to read ADC samples "just-in-time". This significantly reduces the ADC sample to output delay to enable faster system response and higher MHz control loops. By using the CLA to service time-critical control loops, the main CPU is free to perform other system tasks such as communications and diagnostics.

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Training Videos

Frequently Asked Questions

Workshop Material

Section 9 of the Piccolo Multi-day workshop is dedicated to the Control Law Accelerator

Subcategories

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Pages in category "Control Law Accelerator for C2000"

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