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  1. #1
    New Member New Member buyadong is on a distinguished road
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    MCE Compiler in V3.05 question

    I‘m using IRMCF171.

    1、when I installed "Infineon-100serieskitmceinstaller-SW-v03_05-EN.exe", I can't find MCE Compiler Appliction which i can found in “100SeriesKitMCEInstallerV2.2”.

    2、How can I config MCEWizard for ACIM Motor? The Motor Type can't modify in MCEWizard

    Thank you!

  2. #2
    Intermediate Intermediate forix is on a distinguished road
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    Infineon-100serieskitmceinstaller-SW-v03_05-EN.exe, defaults accepted during install, installs the 099 compiler to c:\iMotion\MCE Compiler\bin.

    You should consult the users manual concerning MatLab/Simulink library to design ACIM control as the MCEWizard is only supporting PMSM motor.

    -> Manual download here

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    New Member New Member buyadong is on a distinguished road
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    Hi, forix,
    Thanks for reply first. I installed the Infineon-100serieskitmceinstaller-SW-v03_05-EN.exe, but I really didn't find the MCE Compiler. I have tried it on three computer.
    I download the file at " "
    After I installed, there are only the following files under the folder"C:\iMotion" when the installation options are default.
    - Application
    - Datasheets
    - Documentation
    - Silicon Labs CP2102
    - iMotion Design Kit Support 100 Release Notes V3.5.pdf
    - iMotion in My Documents
    - MCEDesigner
    - MCEProgrammer
    - MCEWizard100

    I can't find the "MCE Compiler" files......

  4. #4
    New Member New Member kkhunte is on a distinguished road
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    Please complete the answer!!
    The new version of software doesnt show the MCE Compiler folder in it and the MATLAB/Simulink envrironment also doesnt support the MCE libraryas stated in reference pdf.


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