DRV8818 Evaluation Module

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Description

The DRV8818 evaluation module (EVM) demonstrates the capabilities and performance of the DRV8818 integrated micro-stepping motor driver from Texas Instruments. This EVM comes with an on-board MSP430 microprocessor which has been pre-programmed for standalone operation. The regulated voltage for the MSP430 is provided by TPS77701 single-channel LDO. This EVM operates on power supply voltages from 8 V to 35 V.

Features
  • Supports stepper motor microstepping up to 1/8 step and up to 2.5A.
  • Advanced graphical user interface (download available below) enables acceleration, deceleration and motion profiles.
  • On-board potentiometers allows for adjusting Vref, decay ratio, blanking time and off time.
  • Control and status signals brought out to test headers for easy evaluation.

What's Included

  • DRV8818 Evaluation Module
  • MCU Control Software Source Code
  • Easy to Use GUI
  • USB Cable


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DRV8818EVM:
DRV8818 Evaluation Module

$99.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
User guides (1)
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PDF 913 28 Feb 2012 245
Solution guides (1)
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PDF 6493 16 Nov 2016 51,464
Design files (1)
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ZIP 1447 14 Jul 2014 91

Software (1)


TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
DRV8818  2.5A Bipolar Stepper Motor Driver with On-Chip 1/8 Microstepping Indexer (Step/Dir Ctrl)  Stepper Drivers 

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