Evaluation Module for DRV8825

(ACTIVE) DRV8825EVM

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Description

The DRV8825 evaluation module consists of a 2.5A, dual-H-bridge motor driver with on chip indexer (step/dir control interface) supporting up to 32 micro steps and a small number external components that can be used to drive a single bipolar stepper motor. The on-board MSP430 MCU + software/GUI provides signaling and control. With the DRV8825EVM, designers can quickly and easily evaluate the performance of DRV8825 motor driver in their specific application.

Features
  • 2.5A Peak / 1.75A RMS Current Output per Bridge
  • Wide Operating Voltage: 8.2 to 45V
  • Low RDSON (400mR LS+HS)
  • On-chip indexer supports up to 32 microsteps
  • Thermal and Short Circuit Protection
  • All Critical Control and Status Signals Brought Out to Test Headers
  • Includes a MSP430F1612 MCU for Signaling and Control

What's Included

  • DRV8825 Evaluation Module
  • MCU Control Software Source Code
  • Easy to Use GUI
  • USB Cable


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DRV8825EVM:
Evaluation Module for DRV8825

$149.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 647 28 Oct 2013 1,275
Design files (1)
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ZIP 411 14 Jul 2014 511

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Part Number Name Product Family
DRV8825  2.5A Bipolar Stepper Motor Driver with On-Chip 1/32 Microstepping Indexer (Step/Dir Ctrl)  Stepper Drivers 

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