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The Journey of Motor Control

Picture showing Circle with Applications for Motor Control


Automatic Guided Vehicle Reference Model (AGV)

Automatic Guided Vehicle Picture
Automatic Guided Vehicle Demonstration

Inverter for 3-phase motor drive and MCU for BLDC servo motor control

  • Inverter for three 3-phase brushless DC motors, up to 750W each
  • AGV moving with three omni wheels of 203mm diameter
  • Line tracing through infrared sensor system

Key products:



Toshiba SCiBTM   battery

 Features Advantages Benefits
  • Ultra low on-resistance MOSFET
  • MCU with built-in accelerators for Field-oriented-Control (FoC)
  • Low drive losses (RDS (ON) × Qg) & switching losses (RDS (ON) × QSW)
  • Control of three 3-phase BLDC motors with hall sensor, resolver or rotary encoder 
  • High efficient and energy saving inverter
  • High precision servo motor control, 3 channel by single MCU    
Automatic Guided Vehicle - Picture of board
Automatic Guided Vehicle - Picture of board

TXZ+ Family - Passion for Motor Control

Toshiba’s TXZ+™ microcontroller takes performance to the next level. Complementary Toshiba original IP together with various useful peripheral functions add value for multi-axis motor control like AGVs and Servo Drives and data processing applications.

Morover system performance is increased and software development effort reduced. Manufactured in a modern 40nm CMOS process and equipped with 32-bit Arm® Cortex® processor cores the devices consume approximate 30% less power than Toshiba’s previous microcontroller generation.

Servo Drive Reference Model for Multi-Channel Motor Control

Demo model  3-Axis control
Demo model 3-Axis control

Robot ARM as demo system

  • Robot arm movement by single MCU controlling 3 motors
  • Inverter drives 3-phase BLDC motors, 200W power stage

Key products:


U-MOS IX TPW3R70APL low-voltage MOSFET

M4K Motor Control MCU Series

TLP2370 coupler, TCR3DM33 LDO, TC7QPB9307FK level shifter


Further links:

Servo Drive Reference Model Whitepaper

Servo Drive Reference Flyer

Low Voltage Drop-Out Regulator Flyer

Vector Engine Flyer


 Features Advantages Benefits
  • MCU with built-in Vector Engine (VE), PWM, ADC and Encoder interface
  • Ultra low RDS(ON) of just 3.7mΩ
  • Vector control of up to 3 BLDC servo motors by a single MCU
  • Flexible and modular platform
  • High efficient & precise motor control solution with a quick start to the implementation of advanced servo motor control system       
Servo Drive Reference Model
Servo Drive Reference Model


Brushed Motor Driver - Lowest standby power consumption

Brushed Motor Control Demo
Brushed Motor Control Demo

Ultra-low standby current consumption

  • Only 1µA standby current
  • Wide operating voltage range down to 4.5V
  • Enables multi-product sourcing strategies due to industry standard   package and pinout

Key product:



 Features Advantages Benefits
  • Automatically controlled isolated voltage regulator
  • Wide operating voltage range
  • Industry standard package and pinout
  • Ultra-low standby current of only 1µA
  • Automatic control of standby mode
  • Can operate at only 4.5V
  • Existing boards and circuits may be reused
  • Extended battery lifetime
  • Less development effort and cost
  • Usable for USB powered devices
  • Allows multi-product sourcing strategies

Brushless DC Motor Control

Constant rotational speed via closed-loop speed control

  • Fast regulation of speed fluctuations caused by changes in power supply voltage and torque load
  • No external MCU required due to embedded non-volatile memory
  • No speed control software development required
  • Intelligent Phase Control detects the motor current phase and feeds back the information for auto lead angle control (see video)

Key products:



Further links:  TC78B027FTG press release TC78B025FTG press release

 Features Advantages Benefits
  • Closed-loop speed control
  • Embedded non-volatile memory
  • Automatic lead angle optimization
  • Support for 1 and 3 hall sensor motors
  • Integrated or external power stage
  • Uniform rotation speeds up to tens of thousands RPM
  • No development of control software required
  • No external MCU required
  • Reduces current consumption by up to 20% across the entire speed range
  • Only initial lead angle optimization necessary
  • Scalable power stage
  • Ideal for mission critical applications that i.e. require a constant cooling performance
  • Reduced development time and cost
  • Reduced Bill-of-Material
  • Eco-friendly
  • Faster Time-to-Market

Stepper Motor Control

Precice and efficient control of linear motion systems

  • High accuracy and low noise by 128 micro step mode
  • High flexibility by SPI control, 1024 mico steps option
  • Highest efficiency by low RDS(ON), 0.48 Ohm and 0.1uA standby current

Key product:



Overview Stepping Motor Driver

Further links:

TB67S128FTG Press release

Active Gain Control Flyer

 Features Advantages Benefits
  • 128 μSteps
  • Active Gain Control (AGC)*1
  • Advanced Dynamic Mixed Decay (ADMD)*2
  • Ultra-silent operation
  • Less vibrations
  • Very high energy efficiency
  • Reduced heat generation
  • Prevention of step loss and stall
  • High rotational speeds
  • No shunt resistors required
  • High accuracy of current measurement
  • Enhanced user experience
  • Reduced energy cost
  • Eco-friendly
  • Longer lifetime of motor
  • Less cooling cost and effort
  • High reliability
  • Enables new use cases
  • Reduction in Bill-of-Material     

*1) Active Gain Control optimizes the drive current to suit  the required torque. It´s a Toshiba technology that prevents stalls and realizes power savings.
*2) Advanced Dynamic Mixed Decay automatically optimizes the switching control of fast decay and slow decay modes to secure high speed rotation. It´s a Toshiba original mixed decay technology.

Cordless Power Tool Reference Design

Power Tool Reference Model
Power Tool Reference Model

Compact, efficient and flexible control for Brushless DC (BLDC) motor based power tools

The reference design combines Toshiba’s highly efficient low-voltage MOSFET devices with Toshiba’s dedicated motor control MCU and thus provides a very compact but flexible platform for the control and drive of BLDC motors in power tools. The Motor current is generated by a 3-phase inverter with 200W output power stage using the Toshiba TPH1R204PB low-voltage MOSFET. This device features industry-leading RDS(ON) in a 5×6mm SOP Advanced package and provides low spike generation helping to prevent EMI effects. 

Main PCB
•    Compact form factor (60 x 50 mm)
•    3-phase inverter, 200W output stage
•    Speed control switch
•    Pilot lamp

* sofware currently under development

Key products:

TPH1R204PB High Efficient LV MOSFET

TC75W58FK Comparator


Further links:

Design data download: Cordless Power Tool Reference Design

Low voltage (U-MOS) Flyer

 Features Advantages Benefits
  • 12 to 24 V input voltage
  • 200 W output power
  • ±20A average current
  • ±60A maximum peak current
  • U-MOS IX-H series MOSFET TPH1R204PB for the output stage
  • 3-shunt current measurement with over current detection circuit
  • Self-Power Off Circuit
  • Hall sensor Interface
  • Compact high power density design
  • Flexible platform: sensor or sensorless motor control*
  • Low spike TPH1R204PB device with low conduction, output charge and switching losses
  • System cost saving due to sensorless control*
  • Higher efficiency, lower power consumption leads to longer operation time
  • Quiet and smooth operation
  • Fast prototyping, proof of concept, shorter development times      

* optional support

Additional information

Picture from 60 x 50 mm main PCB
60 x 50 mm main PCB
Picture of blockdiagram of Power tool reference model
Blockdiagram of Power tool reference model
Picture of Switching wavefrom graphic
Switching wavefrom graphic
Picture of TPH1R204PB Low Spike Feature
TPH1R204PB Low Spike Feature
Picture of Block diagram MCU
Sensorless Speed Control by Field Oriented Control (FOC)* and advanced software algorithm supported by built-in Vector Engine

* Optional support


Stepper Motor Driver - Head-up Display Mirror Control

Head-up-Display Motor Control Demo
Head-up-Display Motor Control Demo

Stepping motor driving IC

  • A projector emits Head-up Display typical information content
  • The light-beam is reflected to an upwards oriented screen
  • A stepper motor controlled mirror moves the content up/downcontrol)

Key product:


Further links:

Stepper Motor Driver Flyer

 Features Advantages Benefits
  • Generates up to 32 micro steps
  • Supplies 1A output power
  • Provides stall detection function
  • Low ON resistance (0,7Ohm)
  • No external voltage regulator needed
  • Supports high operating temperature up to 125°C
  • Good heat dissipation
  • Silent motor operation and precise positioning
  • Low Bill of Material cost
  • Easy thermal design

10A H-Bridge Drivers

Press picture TB9053/54FTG

Configurable in 2 x 5A Dual-Channel Mode

Qualified according to AEC-Q100 Grade 1, TB9053/54* integrate two separated 5A H-bridge channels to directly drive DC brushed motors. 10A 1-channel motor drive is possible when both channels are configured to operate in parallel. Motors can be controlled in real-time either by conventional PWM signals or by SPI, daisy-chain mode is also supported. The SPI interface is also used for advanced diagnosis as well as device parametrization.  Various failure detection mechanisms ensure a safe system operation.
* Samples on request, mass production mid of 2022


•    ETC (Engine Throttle Control)
•    EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation)
•    Power mirror folding
•    Lid actuator for rear-view camera or OBC socket
•    Grill shutter control
•    Seat adjustment
•    Power door opening & closing
•    Shift-by-wire actuators
•    Small fans

Features Advantages Benefits
  • 2-channel 5 A H-Bridge, supporting 1-channel 10 A mode
  • 290 mΩ path-resistance @ Tj=150 °C
  • H-Bridge control via PWM and SPI
  • Thermal enhanced package version (TB9053TG)
  • SPI daisy-chain support and SPI motor real-time control
  • Integrated dual H-Bridge with lower power dissipation
  • No external passive components necessary for operation
  • Less BOM items and cost
  • Smaller PCB design, meeting customer system constraints
  • Less qualification efforts due to reduced No. of components