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TI spins motors in minutes with sensorless, brushless DC motor drivers

2/21/2013 03:56 PM EST
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Brett Novak
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re: TI spins motors in minutes with sensorless, brushless DC motor drivers
Brett Novak   3/1/2013 9:09:15 PM
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Hi Home on ICE Check out the DRV8312-69M-Kit. http://www.ti.com/tool/drv8312-69m-kit The DRV8332 Driver / Protection IC will support sub50V up to 8A, where the DRV8312 is 3.5A For more on TI's InstaSPIN technology, check out this link. http://www.ti.com/ww/en/mcu/instaspin/instaspin-foc.shtml

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re: TI spins motors in minutes with sensorless, brushless DC motor drivers
Battar   2/24/2013 1:24:28 PM
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You will find that for higher power motors discrete component designs always work out cheaper. Be careful of the "integrated solution" maximum current ratings - motor startup, peak, and stall currents can be much higher.

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Home on ICE   2/22/2013 10:15:36 PM
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What about 24VDC and 5-10 Amps solutions ?

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