Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create compact, fully protected and efficient direct current (DC) input speed-controlled brushless direct current (BLDC) drives with smooth torque and accurate speed control. SoC with integrated sensorless trapezoidal or vector control ease use and reduce time to market.
DC-input BLDC drive designs often require:
- Small form factor, efficient and protected power stage.
- Efficient small form factor non-isolated and isolated power supplies.
- IEC-compliant isolated analog and digital interfaces.
- Motor driver with hardware-integrated sensorless trapezoidal or vector control.
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|Application note||Architecture for Brushless-DC Gate Drive Systems (Rev. A)||22 Aug 2018|
|Application note||Sensorless Trapezoidal Control of BLDC Motors (DRV8312-EVM)||21 May 2015|
|White paper||Replacing single-phase ACIMs with three-phase BLDC motors saves energy||15 Apr 2016|
|Application note||Understanding Smart Gate Drive (Rev. D)||11 May 2022|
|Application note||Best Practices for Board Layout of Motor Drivers (Rev. B)||PDF | HTML||11 May 2022|
|White paper||Power Electronics in Motor Drives: Where is it? (Rev. A)||08 Oct 2019|
|Application note||Trapezoidal Control of BLDC Motors Using Hall Effect Sensors||01 Jul 2013|
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