Cookie's policy

This website uses cookies, including third party cookies, to ensure the correct functioning of the website, to understand how you use and engage with the website, and to show you personalised marketing content and advertisements relevant to you. You can manage your preferences or reject the cookies.

Configure the cookies

Essential cookies enable core functionality. Our website cannot function properly without these cookies. We use these cookies for language preferences, cockies settings and access to secure areas of the website.

Functional cookies enable the service to provide enhanced functionality and personalisation.

Performance cookies helps us understand how our website is being used, and improve yours experience of the website.

We use third party cookies on our site to serve you with advertisements that we believe are relevant to you and your interests.

More information

Motion control DSP platform



The teknoCEA DS01-CU1 is a versatile power electronics platform allowing designers to implement the most common power converter topologies in a digital control environment.

The platform includes all the necessary elements to implement power electronics closed loop systems, including converters, drives and renewable energy applications, stand-alone or grid-connected. This platform is based on the Texas Instruments TMS320F2812 DSP controller and it is the perfect tool for a wide range of users.

For students it becomes the best way to get started in power electronics; for experienced motion control designers it provides a fast and easy way to test their own control algorithms.

Main features

  • TMS320F2812 DSP controller operating at 150 MHz
  • Standard TI JTAG interface
  • Rated Voltage: 24 V
  • Rated Current: 4 A
  • Brushless AC motor with incremental encoder and Hall effect sensors
  • DC motor with incremental encoder
  • Short-circuit protection
  • Discrete three phase bridge and monolithic H-Bridge

Application and usage

  • First contact with DSP programming and real implementation of real algorithms
  • Education and research on motor control and communications
  • Test and validation of control and communications algorithms


on request