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MOTOR DRIVER BA6869FP HS National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
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...
MTD6501G Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MTD6501G is a 3-phase full-wave driver for brushless sensorless DC motors. It features 180 ° sinusoidal drive, high torque output, and silent drive. Due to its adaptive features and wide power-supply range capabilities (2 to 14V), it is intended to cover a wide range of motor...
MTD6501C Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MTD6501C 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 14V) they are intended to cover a wide range of motor...
NTE7064 Allied Electronics, Inc. NTE ELECTRONICS Not Provided IC - BRIDGE DRIVER FOR DC MOTOR CONTROL 7-LEAD SIPVCC = 18V TYPICAL
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