Motor Drivers

Motor Drivers – Tools & software

Brushless DC BoosterPack

    • Complete brushless-DC motor drive stage in an ultra-small form factor

    • Supports 6 to 54V supply input and up to 15A continous current

    • Designed to work with MSP430F5529 LaunchPad, but also suppports LaunchXL, which can run TI's InstaSPIN™-FOCsensorless control solution

Brushed DC BoosterPack

    • Complete dual H-bridge drive solution can drive either one or two brushed DC motors (supports parallel mode to drive single motor with increased drive current)
    • Supports 4 to 18V supply input and up to 1A RMS current per H-bridge
    • Designed to work with LaunchPad, which supports TI’s MSP430G2553 microcontroller

Stepper BoosterPack

    • Complete stepper motor drive stage in an ultra small form factor supports 1/256-microstepping for smooth motor movement

    • Supports 8 to 52V supply input and up to 4.5A continuous current per H-bridge

    • Designed to work with LaunchPad, which supports TI’s MSP430G2553 microcontroller

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12V and 24V Brushless DC Outrunner Motor Reference Design

This 6 cm motor is form-factor ready; simply hook up the power and watch it spin!

High Performance Bipolar Stepper Drive Stage Reference Design

The TIDA-00261-BOOST-DRV8711 is an 8-52V, 4.5A, bipolar stepper motor drive stage based on the DRV8711 Stepper Motor Pre-driver and CSD88537ND Dual N-Channel NexFET™ Power MOSFET.

Speed-Controlled 24V Brushless DC Outrunner Motor Reference Design

This reference design features the DRV2605 Eccentric Rotating Mass (ERM) and Linear Resonant Actuator (LRA) Haptic Driver with integrated pre-licensed effect library from Immersion.

Low Voltage Brushed Motor System

This brushed motor system implements an MSP430 microcontroller, a DRV8837 brushed DC motor driver, and a 12V brushed motor. It is suitable for applications requiring up to 10300 RPM under no load condition.

3D Printer Controller (12V)

This design is a complete system for controlling 3-axis, single extruder-based 3D printers. The system is managed by the MSP430F5529 LaunchPad and utilizes the DRV8846 for precision stepper motor control.

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