The family features an embedded motor-control cell, which includes six-phase Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) control, voltage or current sensing and a highly flexible Back Electromotive Force (BEMF) detector for the sensorless control of permanent-magnet BLDC motors.
What does BEMF stand for?
BEMF stands for Back Electromotive Force
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- Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation (Shallotte, NC)
- Binational Emergency Medical Care Committee
- Black and Ethnic Minority Community Care Forum (UK)
- Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (Brandeis University)
- Bandlimited Empirical Mode Decomposition
- Belorussian Military District
- Brackets, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, Addition and Subtraction (an alternative to PEMDAS)
- Best Evidence Medical Education
- Bio-Elektro-Magnetische Energie-Regulation (Organic Electro-Magnetic Energy Regulation)
- Bering Sea Experiment (US-Russian study of the Arctic Ice Cap)
- Badan Eksekutif Mahasiswa Fakultas (Indonesian: Faculty Executive Board; various universities; Indonesia)
- Biological Electron Microscope Facility (Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaii)
- Birmingham Early Music Festival (Birmingham, UK)
- Boise Experimental Music Festival (Idaho)
- Boston Early Music Festival
- Bureau Export de la Musique Française (French: French Music Export Office)
- Sociedade Civil Bem-Estar Familiar no Brasil
- Verordnung Über Das Nachweisverfahren Zur Begrenzung Elektromagnetischer Felder (German: ordinance on method of proof regarding the limitation of electromagnetic fields)
- Benign Essential Monoclonal Gammapathy
- Burbank Emergency Medical Group (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Patent #8358093B2 - Sample and hold time stamp for sensing zero crossing of a back electromotive force in 3-phase brushless DC motors.
This generates a back electromotive force (voltage) to oppose the change in current, which creates a transient.