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Battery-Powered Motor Driver

Small, silent, precise, and extremely efficient with a standby current draw of <50nA (typ.), ADI Trinamic’s battery-powered motor drivers set the standard for IoT, home automation, and handheld devices. Together with the lowest-in-class RDSon of LS 170mO and HS 170mO (typ.), these motor driver ICs save battery life like no other.

Small, silent, precise, and extremely efficient with a standby current draw of <50nA (typ.), ADI Trinamic's battery-powered motor drivers set the standard for IoT, home automation, and handheld devices. Together with the lowest-in-class RDSon of LS 170mO and HS 170mO (typ.), these motor driver ICs save battery life like no other.

Increased Reliability and Efficiency for Stepper Motors
Advanced load measurement can provide cost-effective, real-time feedback on load angles. By measuring the back EMF of a motor, it is possible to know when the motor is likely to stall or detect load changes and adapt to actual load conditions. These capabilities can help improve efficiency, reliability, and up-time for your motor system.

Optimizing for Silent, Perfect Stepper Motor Control
Stepper motors are actuated by sending an electrical current through the system. This electrical current, however, has to be chopped in such a way that the motor behaves as desired. A constant off-time PWM chopper is the classic way to drive a stepper motor but introduces noise and vibration to the mechanical system. Over the years, ADI Trinamic™ technology has perfected chopper modes resulting in silent, perfect motor control.

We Transform Digital Information into Physical Motion
Transforming digital information into physical motion is not as simple as just translating data into movement. Motion control technology must be flexible to support evolving device capabilities, efficient to satisfy space constraints of shrinking footprints, and of course, easy to implement, whether it’s driving advanced robotics and automation, battery-powered medical devices, IoT, or any other application. ADI Trinamic™ motion control technology elevates essential motor characteristics into competitive advantages by transforming digital information into perfect physical motion.

 Part Number  Description 
 TMC2300  Low voltage silent stepper motor driver 2…11V, up to 1.2A with zero standby current 256 µSteps, CoolStep, StallGuard2 and StealthChop
 TMC6300  Highly Efficient Low Voltage, Zero Standby Current Driver for 3-Phase BLDC/PMSM Motors up to 2A peak, Triple Half-Bridge with separate HS and LS control signals
 TMC7300  Low voltage DC motor driver for one or two motors, up to 2A, UART torque control.

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