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Damper drive circuit

Example of a small size motor driving circuit for damper using MOSFETs

Damper drive circuit

Lineup

Stepping motor & Brushed DC motor driver

Part Number

TC78H621FNG

TC78H660FNG

VM (Max) [V]

18

20

IOUT (Max) [A]

1.1

2.0

Ron(upper and lower sum) (Typ.) [Ω]

0.8

0.48
Control Interface

ENABE / PHASE inputs

ENABE / PHASE inputs

Step

Two-phase excitation  
Feature Motor driving voltage: 2.5 V (Min) Motor driving voltage: 2.5 V (Min)
Abnormality detection function Over heat, Over current, Low voltage Over heat, Over current, Low voltage
Package TSSOP16 TSSOP16

Single phase Brushless motor driver

Part Number TC78B002FNG TC78B002FTG

VM (Max) [V]

18

IOUT (Max) [A]

1.5

Drive type

Single phase full wave drive
Features & Others

PWM control

Soft switching drive

Quick start

Hall bias circuit

Error detection: Current limit, Thermal shutdown

Package SSOP16 WQFN16

Microcontroller

TX03 Series M370 Group

Arm® Cortex®-M3, includes 1st gen VE

TX04 Series M470 Group

Arm® Cortex®-M4, includes 2nd gen VE

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