DRV8839
(ACTIVE) 1.8A Low Voltage Dual Half-Bridge Driver with Individual Control Interface

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Sample & Buy

Free Samples Buy from Authorized Distributors Part # Status Temp (oC) Price | QTY Package | Pins Device Marking Package QTY | Carrier Distributor Inventory TI 1k Lead Time
DRV8839DSSR ACTIVE -40 to 85 0.50 | 1ku WSON (DSS) | 12 View 3000 | LARGE T&R >5K 1k quantity lead time: In stock

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Companion Parts

Part # Name Product Family Comments
MSP430G2131   MSP430G2x21, MSP430G2x31 Mixed Signal Microcontroller   MSP430 Ultra-Low Power 16-bit MCUs - Value Line    Low voltage low current mixed signal microcontroller  
LP2985-33   Single Output LDO, 150mA, Fixed(3.3V), 1.5% Tolerance, Low Quiescent Current, Low Noise   LINEAR REGULATOR (LDO) - SINGLE CHANNEL LDO    150mA low-noise low-dropout regulator with shutdown  

Technical Documents

Datasheet (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 850 09 Jan 2014

Application Notes (1)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1310 24 May 2004 14,369

User Guides (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 850 20 Feb 2013 584

Selection & Solution Guides (2)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 6000 11 Jul 2013 27,711
PDF 5968 26 Oct 2012 26,161

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (1)

Name Part# Type
DRV8839 Evaluation Module DRV8839EVM Evaluation Modules & Boards



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