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DRV8662EVM: 50 ~ 200V Piezo Haptic Driver

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The DRV8662EVM Evaluation Module (EVM) is a fully-differential, high-voltage piezo actuator driver that provides quick response time for single layer and multi-layer piezo actuators. The DRV8662 drives piezo loads up to 200V differentially using an adjustable integrated boost converter. The evaluation module contains the DRV8662 piezo haptics driver, a programmable MSP430, and passive components …

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EVAL6228QR: 1A, 8 ~ 52V in, Stepper Motor Driver

Manufacturer: STMicroelectronics

This application note describes the evaluation board of the DMOS fully integrated stepper motor driver L6228Q. The board implements a typical application that can be used as a reference design to drive two-phase bipolar stepper motors with currents up to 1 A DC.

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EVAL6470H-DISC: Dual 3A Stepper Driver, 8 ~ 45V in

Manufacturer: STMicroelectronics

The EVAL6470H-DISC can be used together with the STM32™ firmware library V1.0 and constitutes a complete motor control evaluation and a development platform.

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DRV8308EVM: 13A, 8.5 ~ 32V in, 3-Ph BLDC

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

This document describes how to use the DRV8308EVM to spin sensored brushless DC motors, as well as a tuning process for the DRV8308 speed control system.

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DRV8840EVM: DC Motor Driver with Brake

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The DRV8840 evaluation module consists of a 5.0A, single-H-bridge motor driver with a Phase/Enable control interface and a small number external components that can be used to drive a single brushed DC motor. The on-board MSP430 MCU + software/GUI provides signaling and control and supports PWM speed control. With the DRV8840EVM, designers can quickly and easily evaluate the performance of DRV884…

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DRV8843EVM: Dual DC Motor / Single Stepper

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The DRV8843 provides an integrated motor driver solution for printers, scanners, and other automated equipment applications. The device has two H-bridge drivers, and can be used to drive two DC motors, one stepper motor, or other loads. The output driver block for each consists of N-channel power MOSFET’s configured as H-bridges. The DRV8843 can supply up to 2.5-A peak or 1.75-A RMS output curren…

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DRV8601ZQVEVM: ERM & LRA Haptic Driver

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The DRV8601 ERM/LRA driver evaluation module is a complete, low-power and ultra-fast turn-on driver for Eccentric Rotating Mass (ERM) and Linear Resonant Actuator (LRA) types of haptic actuators using a single-ended PWM input signal.

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BD6212FP-EVAL-N: DC Brush Motor, 3 ~ 5.5V

Manufacturer: Rohm Semiconductor

This evaluation board has been developed for ROHM’s H-Bridge driver customers evaluating the BD62x2FP series. The BD62x2FP series can operate across a wide range of power supply voltages (from 3V to 32V max), supporting output currents of up to 2A. PWM signal control (20 kHz-100 kHz) or VREF control modes are used to vary motor rotation speeds.

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BD6222FP-EVAL-N: DC Brush Motor, 6 ~ 15V

Manufacturer: Rohm Semiconductor

This evaluation board has been developed for ROHM’s H-Bridge driver customers evaluating the BD62x2FP series. The BD62x2FP series can operate across a wide range of power supply voltages (from 3V to 32V max), supporting output currents of up to 2A. PWM signal control (20 kHz-100 kHz) or VREF control modes are used to vary motor rotation speeds.

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LV8402GPEVB: 2 Brush Motor / 1 Stepper Driver 1.4A

Manufacturer: ON Semiconductor

The LV8402GP is a 2ch forward/reverse motor driver IC using D-MOS FET for its output stage. As MOS circuit is used, it supports the PWM input. It also provides protection functions such as heat protection circuit and reduced voltage detection and is optimal for the motors that need high-current.

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