BD68888MUV (New)
36V 2ch Stepping Motor Driver

BD68888MUV is a bipolar low-consumption driver that driven by PWM constant current. Rated power supply voltage of the device is 36 V, and rated output current is 1.65 A. PARA-IN drive mode is adopted for input interface. This motor driver can drive 2ch bipolar stepping motors. In addition, the power supply can be driven by one single system, which siplifies the design.

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Product Detail

 
Part Number | BD68888MUV-E2
Status | Recommended
Package | VQFN036V6060
Unit Quantity | 2000
Minimum Package Quantity | 2000
Packing Type | Taping
RoHS | Yes

Specifications:

Grade

Standard

Vcc (Max.)[V]

36.0

Power Supply Voltage (Max.) [V]

28.0

Power Supply Voltage (Min.) [V]

8.0

Iout (Max.)[A]

1.65

Output On Resistance (Typ.)[Ω]

1.0

Interface

PARA-IN

Step

to 1 / 4

MIX DECAY Function

-

Single power supply input

Yes

Automotive class

No

Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C]

-25

Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C]

85

Features:

  • Two bipolar stepping motors can be driven
  • Rated Output Current 1.65 A/Phase
  • Low ON Resistance DMOS Output
  • PARA-IN Drive Mode correspondence
  • PWM Constant Current control (the other excitation method)
  • Built-in Spike Noise Blanking Function (external noise filter is unnecessary)
  • Full-, Half (two kinds)-, Quarter-step correspondence
  • Power Save Function
  • Built-in Logic Input Pull-down Resistor
  • Thermal Shutdown Circuit (TSD)
  • Over-current Protection Circuit (OCP)
  • Under Voltage Lockout Circuit (UVLO)
  • Over Voltage Lockout Circuit (OVLO)
  • Ghost Supply Prevention (protects against malfunction when power supply is disconnected)

Design Resources

 

Technical Articles

Schematic Design & Verification

  • Method for Monitoring Switching Waveform
  • Importance of Probe Calibration When Measuring Power: Deskew
  • Impedance Characteristics of Bypass Capacitor

Thermal Design

  • What Is Thermal Design
  • Method for Calculating Junction Temperature from Transient Thermal Resistance Data
  • Notes for Temperature Measurement Using Thermocouples
  • Two-Resistor Model for Thermal Simulation
  • Notes for Temperature Measurement Using Forward Voltage of PN Junction
  • Thermal Resistance
  • Precautions When Measuring the Rear of the Package with a Thermocouple

Packaging & Quality

Manufacturing Data

  • Factory Information