Laptop/Notebook Computer Fan Controller Reference Design

(ACTIVE) TIDA-00578

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Description

This design uses a single-chip sensorless 3-phase brushless DC motor (BLDC) for driving fans quietly and smoothly. The 180 degree sinusoidal commutation sensorless algorithium is embedded inside of DRV10963, thus eliminating the need of software and firmware. DRV10963 is ideal for battery operated personal electronics & medical equipment due to low quiescent currents and low acoustics noise performance.

Features
  • Low quiescent current (15uA in sleep mode) ideal for DC battery operation
  • Low acoustic noise is ideal for personal electronics and medical equipment
  • Sensorless 180 deg sine motor control enabling 2dB noise reduction compared to alternative solutions
  • User configurable, spin-up profile to easily operate different motors
  • 3-cm diameter PCB design mates with small footprint fan enclosure
  • No firmware or software needed

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
DRV10963  5W, 5V 3-Phase Sinusodal sensorless motor driver  Brushless DC (BLDC) Drivers  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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User guides (1)
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PDF 4623 30 Jul 2015 292
Design files (7)
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ZIP 719 04 Aug 2015 69
ZIP 118 04 Aug 2015 42
PDF 297 04 Aug 2015 52
PDF 211 04 Aug 2015 38
PDF 20 04 Aug 2015 42
PDF 194 04 Aug 2015 251
PDF 122 04 Aug 2015 461

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