DRV8806EVM

DRV8806 Evaluation Module

DRV8806EVM

Overview

The DRV8806 evaluation module consists of a quad low-side motor driver with serial control interface that can be used to drive a unipolar stepper motor, or up to 4 DC motors or other loads like solenoids/relays. With the DRV8806EVM, designers can quickly and easily evaluate the performance of DRV8806 motor driver in their specific application. 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 TPS7A4001. This EVM operates on power supply voltages from 8.2 V to 40 V.

Features
  • 2A Continuous Current (Single Channel Output)
  • 1A Continuous Current (4 Channel Output)
  • Wide Operating Voltage Range: 8.2 to 40 V
  • Low RDSON (500mR)
  • Short Circuit Protection and Open-Load Detect
  • All Critical Control and Status Signals Brought Out to Test Points
  • Includes MSP430F2617 MCU for Signaling and Control
  • Includes USB port for programming the MSP430

  • DRV8806 Evaluation Module
  • MCU Control Software Source Code
  • Easy to Use GUI
  • USB Cable

Stepper motor drivers
DRV8806 40-V, 3-A, quad low-side motor driver with serial control & open load detection

 

Linear & low-dropout (LDO) regulators
TPS7A4001 50-mA, 100-V, low-IQ, adjustable low-dropout voltage regulator with enable

 

MSP430 microcontrollers
MSP430F2617 16 MHz MCU with 92KB Flash, 8KB SRAM, 12-bit ADC, Dual 12-bit DAC, I2C/SPI/UART, HW multiplier, DMA

Order & start development

Support software

DRV8803-04-05-06 Software (Rev. C) — SLVC436C.ZIP (14413KB)

DRV8806EVM

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Design files

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* User guide DRV8803-04-05-06 EVM GUI (Rev. B) 26 Apr 2017

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