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Motor driver IC cuts current to zero in standby mode

Posted: 02 Jul 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Toshiba? driver IC? consumer? industrial?

Toshiba Corporation recently launched a full-bridge DC motor driver IC, the TB67H301FTG. The device is aimed at consumer and industrial applications, including printers, vending machines and amusement machines.

The TB67H301FTG features a built-in power saving function, boasting an integrated shutdown circuit that cuts current to zero in standby mode. It comes in a WQFN24 package, providing good thermal conductivity and realising the same absolute maximum ratings for voltage and current value as equivalent products. The small and leadless package reduces the mounting area. It also boasts a built-in abnormality detection function, incorporating an over-current shutdown circuit, under-voltage lockout circuit and thermal shutdown circuit.

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