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C2000 Microcontroller Blockset

Design, simulate, and implement applications for Texas Instruments C2000 microcontrollers

C2000™ Microcontroller Blockset enables you to model digital power conversion and motor control applications for TI C2000 microcontrollers (MCUs). The blockset includes peripheral blocks, such as digital IO, ADC, and ePWM, to perform simulations of control algorithms that require ADC-PWM synchronization in industrial and automotive applications using C2000 MCUs.

The blockset enables you to partition algorithms for multicore execution with inter-processor data communication (IPC) and co-processor (Control Law Accelerator) blocks. You can connect your Simulink® model directly to supported hardware for live I/O data exchange for rapid prototyping.

You can generate optimized code for C2000 MCUs for real-time and interrupt-driven execution of code using IQ Math and related optimization routines and perform real-time signal monitoring, parameter tuning, and processor-in-the-loop (PIL) testing (with Embedded Coder®). The blockset includes reference examples that help you build and deploy motor control applications on C2000 MCUs (with Motor Control Blockset™ and Embedded Coder).

C2000TM is a trademark of Texas Instruments®.

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Learn the basics of C2000 Microcontroller Blockset


Device and system examples for power conversion and motor control applications


Configure and use analog, control, communication, and system peripherals to build and deploy applications on TI’s C2000™ boards

Multiprocessor Architecture Modeling

Design, evaluate, and implement multiprocessor architecture modeling

Connected IO Simulation

Modify model design and monitor peripheral data from the hardware in a near real-time environment

Signal Monitoring and Parameter Tuning

Monitor signals in real time and tune parameters in external mode

Deployment and Validation

Deploy Simulink model on hardware and verify numerical equivalence between MATLAB® code and generated code