Toshiba combines leading-edge and original technologies a with state-of-the-art process to offer solutions to satisfy customers' needs and issues. An extensive line up of stepping motor driver ICs in a variety of specifications and package types support higher energy efficiency, reduced heat and improved reliability.
Toshiba's original ADMD technology tracks input current more closely than the conventional mixed-decay mode, making highly efficient motor control possible at high rpm.
Toshiba's original ACDS technology enables motor drive with highly accurate constant current without requiring external current-sensing resistors.
The reduced part count also helps reduce the board area and the bill-of-material (BOM) cost.
The step angle is 360 degrees divided by the total number of poles.
For the four poles, 360 degrees/4 = 90 degrees.
Assuming there is a 36-pole motor, 360 degrees/36 = 10 degrees, and the single-step operating angle of the full-step mode is 10 degrees.
One step angle of the half-step mode is 1/2 of the full-step mode.
One step angle of the micro-step mode can be selected to be 1/4 of the full-step mode and a finer step angle.
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Toshiba offers an extensive lineup of stepping motor drivers fabricated using a BiCD process that provides high accuracy and high-current capability. Toshiba's stepping motor drivers are available in bipolar and unipolar configurations.
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