SLVS855K July 2008 – March 2021 DRV8800 , DRV8801
Two die-temperature monitors are integrated on the chip. As die temperature increases toward the maximum, a thermal warning signal is triggered at 160°C. This fault drives the nFAULT low, but does not disable the operation of the chip. If the die temperature increases further, to approximately 175°C, the full-bridge outputs are disabled until the internal temperature falls below a hysteresis of 15°C.