BOOST-DRV8711

Stepper Motor BoosterPack featuring DRV8711 and CSD88537ND

BOOST-DRV8711

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Overview

The BOOST-DRV8711 is 8-52V, 4.5A, bipolar stepper motor drive stage based on the DRV8711 Stepper Motor Pre-driver and CSD88537ND Dual N-Channel NexFETTM Power MOSFET. The module contains everything needed to drive many different kinds of bipolar stepper motors and can also be repurposed as a dual brushed DC motor driver. The BOOST-DRV8711 is ideal for those wishing to learn more about stepper motor control techniques and drive stage design. This kit was designed to be compatible with all TI LaunchPads following the LaunchPad Pinout Standard, with primary software/firmware support being provided for the MSP-EXP430G2 LaunchPad with a MSP430G2553.

 

  • 8-52V supply input with up to 4.5A continuous output current from each H-bridge
  • Built in 1/256-step microstepping indexer for ultra-smooth movement
  • SPI interface for driver settings and status reporting
  • Complete stepper motor drive stage in ultra-small form factor (1.75” x 2.00”)
  • Fully protected drive stage including overcurrent, overtemperature, and under voltage protection
Stepper motor drivers
DRV8711 52-V, bipolar stepper motor gate driver with 1/256 microstepping & stall detect

 

N-channel MOSFET transistors
CSD88537ND 60V, N ch NexFET MOSFET™, dual SO-8, 15mOhm
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Evaluation board

BOOST-DRV8711 – Stepper Motor BoosterPack featuring DRV8711 and CSD88537ND

Support software

BOOST-DRV8711 Hardware and Software Files (Rev. B) – SLVC575B.ZIP (1780KB)

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* User guide BOOST-DRV8711 User's Guide (Rev. A) Jun. 12, 2019
White paper How smart tune regulates current in stepper motors (Rev. A) Mar. 19, 2019
More literature BOOST-DRV8711 EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Oct. 12, 2018
Technical articles How to spin your stepper motor more efficiently – Part 2 May 22, 2015
Technical articles The Evolution of Electronic Prototyping Apr. 15, 2015
Technical articles Learn More About Brushed DC Motors With The BOOST-DRV8848 Mar. 06, 2015
Technical articles If you missed it - #TImotorHr recap Jul. 31, 2014

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