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2013-04-30 Market for DC brushless motors in car apps to grow
IMS Research forecasted that DC brushless motor shipments are expected to increase by 52 per cent from 2012 to 2017 to reach more than 462 million units
2013-08-28 Brushed DC motor driver IC supports high voltages, currents
Toshiba's TB67H400A claims to improve operation for applications such as home appliances, ATMs, banknote recognition equipment, amusement park machines and office automation equipment.
2008-03-19 Sensorless brushless DC motor control with PIC16
The purpose of this application note is to illustrate an elegant sensorless technique that can be implemented on low-cost MCUs. All demonstration software will operate within an open loop with no speed regulation.
2009-11-11 More brushless DC motors enter cars
Despite a 20 percent drop in worldwide sales of motors used in automotive apps, brushless DC motors fell only 6 percent
2012-04-19 DC motor drivers target battery-powered apps
TI's DRV8834, DRV8835 and DRV8836 motor drivers feature low RDS(ON) of 305m? and 10nA sleep current that claim to cut power use by 80 percent.
2009-02-18 Rev up efficiency of motor-control based designs
There is pressure on designers to cut the cost of motor installation. Understanding the requirements can help illustrate what features designers need to focus on to get the best performance for the smallest investment in silicon.
2014-12-10 Next-gen 12V motor drivers boost system reliability
TI's DRV8846 automatically tunes motor performance for precise, smooth and quiet motion, while the DRV8848 eases designs by using a PWM control interface and minimal external components.
2011-06-01 Motor drivers offer 60% lower RDS(on)
TI has added to its DRV8x motor driver family eight new devices supporting up to 5A for higher-current bipolar stepper and brushed DC motors.
2007-04-18 Stepper motor drivers feature auto start function
AMI Semiconductor's enhanced single-chip stepper motor driver and control ICs feature an automatic start function that allows a stepper motor to start automatically when powered up.
2011-12-13 Sensor integrates amplifier IC in SO8 package
NXP's KMZ60 analog AMR angle sensor saves system level costs for brushless DC motors in automotive and industrial applications
2000-12-07 ITC122 high-voltage micro to motor interface
This application note presents a MOSFET power stage that is designed to run brushed or brushless DC motors with input signals from an ASB124 Motion Control Development Board.
2009-11-24 8bit MCU enables smart BLDC motor control apps
BLDC motors are growing in consumer, industrial and automotive apps because of their efficiency and reliability
2010-04-16 BLDC motor control with Hall Effect sensors using the 9S08MP
This application note describes a brushless DC (BLDC) motor control system using a predefined hardware reference design
2006-11-07 Microchip unveils new MCUs for intelligent motor control
The PIC18F1330 and PIC18F1230 8bit MCUs from Microchip are aimed at basic, open-loop and low-end closed-loop motor control that is not algorithmically intensive.
2012-04-24 TI's motor drivers target battery-powered apps
The DRV8834, DRV8835 and DRV8836 motor drivers claim to cut power use by 80 percent and PCB space by 95 percent.
2006-05-08 Servo drive module suits CompactRIO platform
National Instruments announced a new H-bridge servo drive module and seven C series modules for the CompactRIO embedded platform.
2008-02-13 Micronas unveils 8bit MCU line for LIN bus apps
Micronas has unveiled its easyLIN product line of 8bit MCUs for LIN bus applications in cars and trucks.
2002-01-17 PMD motion processors offer multichip synchronization
The Navigator and Pilot motion processors now feature multichip synchronization capability that allows more than four axes of motion to be coordinated between the chips.
2008-02-28 MOSFETs trim power losses by up to 30%
Infineon's OptiMOS 3 MOSFET families reduce power losses by as much as 30 percent in a given standard Transistor Outline package.
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