This paper describes a novel motor-drive system which includes the multi-phase open-end windings for an individual winding current control in order to realize the variable parameters. Each armature winding is connected with the insulated full-bridge inverter for the arbitrary excitation waveform. The proposed construction can extend the operating area and can distribute the high efficiency area. Furthermore, the proposed multi-phase drive can suppress the harmonic iron loss under the flux weakening operation because the individual control can regulate the instantaneous flux density in each stator tooth even though the motor consists of the full-pitch distributed winding. In this paper, the down size model was designed to confirm the principle. It was shown that the downsize model can expand the operating range, can distribute high efficiency area, and can suppress the iron loss by the controlled flux density in each stator tooth by some simulation and experimental results.