BM64300MUV - Documentation (Under Development)

BM64300MUV is the pre-driver IC of sine wave drive for three-phase brushless motor driver that supports 48 V power supply controlling the motor driver constructed in external FETs. It detects a rotor position by 3 Hall sensors. In addition, silent and low vibration operations are implemented by making the output current a sine waveform.

* This is a standard-grade product.
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User's Guide

User's Guide for BM64300MUV-EVK-001 Evaluation Board
 
This user’s guide will provide the steps necessary to operate and evaluate the pre-driver BM64300MUV. This document describes product features, device connection and method of operation, settings for each function, changing output MOS, board layout.

Application Note

Notes for Temperature Measurement Using Thermocouples
 
This application note explains cautions regarding the temperature measurement. The content of this application note is generally applicable, irrespective of the types of semiconductor devices.
Two-Resistor Model for Thermal Simulation
 
This application note explains the two-resistor model, which is the simplest model among thermal models used in thermal simulations. The thermal simulations mentioned three-dimensional model thermal conduction and thermal fluid analysis tools.
Notes for Temperature Measurement Using Forward Voltage of PN Junction
 
This application note explains cautions regarding the temperature measurement Using Forward Voltage of PN Junction. The content of this application note is generally applicable, irrespective of the types of semiconductor devices.
Method for Monitoring Switching Waveform
 
This application note explains how to correctly monitor the switching waveforms of the power device element such as switching power supply or a motor drive circuit.
Thermal Resistance
 
The definition and how to use thermal resistance and thermal characterization parameter of packages for ROHM’s integrated circuit are described in this application note.
Part Explanation
 
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