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MTD6505 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MTD6505 device is a 3-phase full-wave sensorless driver for brushless DC (BLDC) motors. It features 180 ° sinusoidal drive, high torque output and silent drive. With the adaptive features, parameters and wide range of power-supplies (2V to 5.5V), the MTD6505 is intended to cover a broad...
DM330023 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The Microchip dsPICDEM ™ MCHV Development System is intended to aid the user in the rapid evaluation and development of a wide variety of motor control applications using a dsPIC ® Digital Signal Controller (DSC). This development system is targeted to control Brushless DC (BLDC) motors...
MTD6502B Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MTD6502B is a 3-phase full-wave driver for brushless sensorless DC motors. They feature 180 ° sinusoidal drive, high torque output, and silent drive. Due to their adaptive features and wide power-supply range capabilities (2 to 5.5V) they are intended to cover a wide range of motor...
TDA5140ATC1112 ASAP Semiconductor PHS Not Provided SO 20/C/BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT
TDA5140AT/C1,118 ASAP Semiconductor NXP Not Provided BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT
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    on the prescription list for a variety of applications. By definition, a brushless-dc motor is a synchronous electric motor powered by a dc-power source. While derived from the brushed-dc motor, an electronic commutation circuit takes the place of the standard commutator and brush assembly. In terms
  • Sensorless Brushless DC Motor Reference Design
    This reference design provides a hardware and software solution for Sensorless Brushless dc motors. This document includes complete schematics, printed circuit board layout, and firmware. The Sensorless. Brushless dc motor reference design may be used as a starting point for motor control system
  • DC Motors
    brake. Dc motor speed can be controlled smoothly down to zero, immediately followed by acceleration in the opposite direction -- without power circuit switching. And dc motors respond quickly to changes in control signals due to their high ratio of torque to inertia. Wound-field dc motors
  • Brushless DC Motor Control Using PIC18FXX31 MCUs
    from the DC bus. The control circuit and power circuits are optically isolated with respect to each other. An on-board fly-back power supply generates +5VD, with respect to the digital ground used for powering up the control circuit, including the PICmicro (R) device. +5VA and +15VA are generated
  • The "no-cog " motor
    Brushless dc motors without wire windings rotate smoothly with practically no cogging or torque ripple. This ThinGap motor uses a slotless BLDC design that virtually eliminates velocity and torque ripple from cogging action. The unconventional rotor design also led to its unconventional mechanical
  • Snake-oil specs spell trouble for motor sizing
    , and simulates foldback circuits to ensure that the motor and amplifier combination considers the amplifier's time constant. When sizing and selecting small dc motors, various approaches can be used to determine electrical ratings and motor constants. Picking the wrong approach or using the wrong
  • Integrated motor and drive includes motion controls
    Many companies offer motors with built-in drive electronics. The MDrive42AC from Intelligent Motion Systems Inc. combines motor-drive and intelligent motioncontrol and feedback electronics into a NEMA-42 high-torque brushless motor. But a new series of motors from Marlborough, Conn., ups the ante
  • Inside the frame
    Controller chips intelligent enough to handle most dc brushless power-management tasks can now sit within the motor frame itself. The result: Compact motor/driver packages with relatively few external connections. Circuit boards holding driver electronics can be designed in the same circular form

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