Self-balancing personal transporter

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Self-balancing personal transporter

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you innovate and differentiate your self-balancing personal transporter with feedback sensors, motor control and digital processing calibrated and tuned with an intuitive user interface to enhance the user experience.

Design requirements:

Modern self-balancing personal transporter designs often require:

  • Differentiated control of the drive for high motor efficiency and performance.
  • Monitoring and protection for optimal battery performance.
  • Sensor feedback included in the motor control.

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Analog Design Journal Basics of debugging the controller area network (CAN) physical layer 01 Aug 2013

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