Texas Instruments has launched its C2000 MCU Resolver Kit to implement the digital conversion using software on programmable C2000 MCUs, saving cost and space for industrial applications such as robotics, servo drives, automation, avionics and transportation. C2000 MCU Resolver Kit replaces dedicated resolver-to-digital chipsets with low-cost MCUs to simplify and reduce cost in systems. This kit handle resolver-to-digital decoding and other software programmable real-time functions, such as additional analog-to-digital converter (ADC) sampling and processing, encoder and hall interfaces, digital signal processing (DSP) front-end, state logic, tasks to assist with functional safety and full control loops. TI Provides complete hardware and consists of a C2000 controlCARD-compatible printed circuit board (PCB) with on-board JTAG emulation for software debug, a resolver interface with filtering, UART and SPI interfaces, four digital-to-analog converter (DAC) outputs for debug and a 15V power supply. The C2000 MCU Resolver Kit (TMDSRSLVR) is available now for $179 USD.