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Automotive Electric Water Pump

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Brush motor drive circuit
Example of motor-drive circuit with brush for electric pump

Application / Automotive Electric Water Pump

Brushless motor drive circuit
Example of a three-phase brushless motor drive circuit for an electric pump(Nch/types)

Application / Automotive Electric Water Pump

Brushless motor drive circuit
Example of a three-phase brushless motor drive circuit for an electric pump(Nch/Pch types)

Application / Automotive Electric Water Pump

Power supply ON/OFF control and reverse connection protecting circuit (P-ch method)
Examples of ON/OFF control and reverse connection protecting circuits using P-ch MOSFET for 12 V power lines

Application / Automotive Electric Water Pump

Power supply ON/OFF control and reverse connection protecting circuit (N-ch method)
Examples of ON/OFF control and reverse connection protecting circuits using N-ch MOSFET for 12 V power lines

Application / Automotive Electric Water Pump

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