TC78H621FNG

Stepping motor driver IC

Description

Function Full, Half step resolution / Phase inputs
Application Scope Stepping motor drivers
Class 2-phase bipolar stepper + full bridge driver
Number of drive motors (brush moter) 2
Number of drive motors (stepping motor) 1
RoHS Compatible Product(s) (#) Available

Package Information

Toshiba Package Name P-TSSOP16-0505-0.65-001
Pins 16
Mounting Surface Mount
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Absolute Maximum Ratings

Characteristics Symbol Rating Unit
Output Current IOUT(peak) 1.1 A
Operating Temperature (Max) Topr 85
Operating Temperature (Min) Topr -30
Output Voltage VO 18 V
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Nov,2022

Jul,2024

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Applications

Refrigerator
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Air Conditioner
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