TIDA-01162 demonstrates the key differences between an integrated vs. discrete low-voltage motor drive solution. The discrete solution is implemented using two large external MOSFETs, while the integrated solution utilizes TI’s DRV8850 brushed DC motor driver. Both designs are implemented on a single PCB for a quick-comparison of the two solutions.
- Low Component Count
- Small Form Factor
- Slew Rate Adjustment
- Economical Solution
- Current Limiting
A fully assembled board has been developed for testing and performance validation only, and is not available for sale.
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Reference design overview and verified performance test data
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Design file that contains information on physical board layer of design PCB
PCB layer plot file used for generating PCB design layout
Includes TI products in the design and potential alternatives.
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