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Texas Instruments Motor Control Solutions

Texas Instruments leverages a rich history in advanced motor control expertise, combines it with analog and embedded processing portfolios, and delivers complete motor system solutions. TI provides a broad motor expertise, a wide breadth of selection, and comprehensive support for efficient, reliable, and cost-effective drive and control solutions

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These TI Piccolo MCUs offer the best-in-class capability to perform the precision calculations for sensorless operation and field oriented control (FOC). These TI devices feature high speed, high precision on-chip analog to digital convertors and easy support for even higher speed or precision external ADCs. Feature-rich PWM generators and fault detection on these controllers support any system power topology. Designers can access a TI Motor Control Library of fundamental software routines, with accompanying theory, documentation, and system examples. Graphical simulation, system development, and auto-code generation tools are also available from TI partners. 

TMS320F28062 32-bit Piccolo™ Microcontrollers provide the power of the C28x™ core and Control Law Accelerator (CLA) coupled with highly integrated control peripherals in low pin-count devices.


TMS320F28069 Piccolo MCUs provide the power of the C28x core and Control Law Accelerator (CLA) coupled with highly integrated control peripherals in low pin-count devices. TMS320F28069 provides a high level of analog integration.


 The MSP430 family of microcontrollers offers a wide portfolio of highly integrated MCUs that are ideal for stepper and motor control applications. Customers have the option to select from low- or high-pin count MCUs along with different communication and analog peripherals.

MSP430F532x 16-Bit Mixed-Signal MCUs feature an integrated 3.3V LDO, four 16-bit timers, a high-performance 12-bit ADC, two USCI, and a real-time clock module.


MSP430F5171 / MSP430F5172 16-bit Mixed Signal MCUs with five low-power modes are designed for extended battery life in portable measurement applications. MSP430F5172 includes a 10-bit ADC.

A gate driver is a power amplifier that is designed to connect the control electronics to the power stage. It is designed to produce the high-current drive required to switch power MOSFETs and IGBTs.

Gate drivers are typically used when the control electronics which generate the PWM signals cannot supply enough current to drive the input capacitance of the associated power semiconductor. Gate drivers can be implemented with discrete transistors or as dedicated gate-drive ICs.


UCC27201A High-Side / Low-Side Drivers are high-frequency N-Channel MOSFET drivers that include a 120V bootstrap diode and high side / low-side driver with independent inputs for maximum control flexibility.


UCC27517 high-speed, low-side gate driver is capable of effectively driving MOSFET and IGBT power switches. UCC27517 uses a design that inherently minimizes shoot-through current.


UCC27511 high-speed, low-side gate driver is capable of effectively driving MOSFET and IGBT power switches. UCC27511 uses a design that inherently minimizes shoot-through current.


A motor driver circuit is designed to drive an electromagnetic load, such as a brushed or brushless motor, stepper motor.

Motors typically require voltages and/or currents that exceed what can be provided by the analog or digital signal processing circuitry that controls them. The motor driver provides the interface between the signal processing circuitry and the motor itself. It is essentially the “amplifier” for the motor.

Motor drivers can be constructed from discrete components, completely integrated inside an IC, or may employ both discrete and integrated components. When current and voltage levels allow, integration of the entire motor driver inside a single IC generally provides the highest level of functionality and performance at the smallest physical size.


DRV8x motor drivers are intended to drive an electromagnetic machine, such as a brushed or brushless motor, stepper motor, or other electromechanical actuator. The TI DRV8x family enables designers to quickly and easily spin their motors.

Digital isolation is typically used in high voltage motor drives in between the control electronics and the high voltage gate drivers to protect the controller in case of mechanical or electrical faults in the power stage. Isolation is also often used in the voltage and current sense feedback, especially when using current shunts to directly measure the phase currents.


ISO7520 and ISO7521 dual digital isolators provide double galvanic isolation of up to 5 KVrms for 1 minute per UL. The ISO7520 and ISO7521 are specified for signaling rates up to 1 Mbps.


ISO7241C Quad Channel, 3/1, 25Mbps, Digital Isolator is part of a digital isolator family that features multiple channel configurations and output enable functions. This TI device has logic input and output buffers separated by TI's silicon dioxide (SiO2) isolation barrier.

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