A great new blog post on the ELMG Web site discusses three entry-level dev boards you can use to learn about controlling power electronics with FPGAs. (This post follows a Part 1 post that discusses the software you can use—namely Xilinx Vivado HLS and SDSoC—to develop power-control FPGA designs.)
And what are those three boards? They should be familiar to any Xcell Daily reader:
Who is ELMG? They’ve spent the last 25 years developing digitally controlled power converters in motor drives, industrial switch mode power supplies, reactive power compensation, medium voltage system, power quality systems, motor starters, appliances and telecom switch-mode power supplies.