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Toshiba Electronics Europe TC78H670FTG motor driver IC

TC78H670FTG is suited for use in USB powered and battery-powered applications as well as with standard 9-12 V system devices

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TC78H670FTG is suited for use in USB powered and battery-powered applications as well as with standard 9-12 V system devices.

The micro-stepping control allows motors to be operated smoothly and quietly with reduced vibration and improved rotation angle accuracy.

Safety features like overcurrent detection, thermal shut down and open-load detection are incorporated. It is housed in a QFN16 package.

The footprint of 3x3mm, along with the elimination of the two current sense resistors by incorporating on-chip current detection, contributes to significant cost and space-saving in designs.

 

Key features

  • 128-Step Microstepping
  • ACDS: Advanced Current Detection System
  • Compact QFN-16 Package (3.0 x 3.0 mm)
  • High Maximum Motor Current of 2 A

 

Additional features

The new device offers low BOM cost, high motor current, and ultra-silent operation

Advantages

  • Much higher step resolution than conventional stepper drivers
  • Two costly and bulky shunt resistors on the PCB can be omitted
  • Larger motors can be driven without the need for external MOSFETs

Benefits

  • Ultra-silent operation and less vibration with improved rotation angle accuracy
  • Reduced BOM cost and smaller PCB footprint
  • No external shunt resistors save approx. 0.1USD and significant PCB space
  • No need for external MOSFETs leads to reduced cost and PCB space

 

Applications

  • 3D Printers
  • Security Cameras
  • Portable Printers
  • Handheld Scanners
  • Pico-Projectors
  • Battery-Powered Medical Devices

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