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New FSLESL: Embedded Software Motor Control and Power Conversion Libraries 4.x

Question asked by Luca Gotti on Oct 21, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 26, 2015 by Fiona Kuang

I've seen Freescale has published the new Freescale Embedded Sofwtare Motor Control Libraries ( so called FSLESL ) , now the more recent one is 4.2 ( see : http://www.freescale.com/products/arm-processors/kinetis-cortex-m/v-series/embedded-software-motor-control-and-power-conversion-libraries:FSLESL?tid=vanFSLESL   ).

While in the last FSLES before 4.x ( i.e. version 3.0 ) on the documentation there was alwasy the execution time ( min, max ) in CPU cycles, now such information is missing.

I think that this missing information is critical for the embedded designer that, like in our case, has to use such product in a high real time system , i'm peaking about of motor control algorithms called on the occurence of a periodic interrupt with frequency quite high ( >= 8 KHz ).

So, my question is why such a fundamental information is missing now ..

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