Automotive motor driver family

  • 24-Sep-2013 08:09 EDT
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Texas Instruments (TI) expands its automotive motor driver family, which is intended to help customers design automotive applications to meet the functional safety requirements of ISO 26262, with three new devices. The DRV32xx-Q1 family now comprises four three-phase, brushless, pre-FET motor drivers equipped with built-in diagnostic capabilities. These new motor drivers provide designers with highly reliable and space-saving options intended to help them address the challenges of space constraints and harsh conditions such as high-temperature, low-voltage, stop-start, and cold-crank situations. Applications in which these devices may be used include power steering, hybrid-electric vehicles/electric vehicles, powertrain, oil pump, water pump, and electric braking systems. The DRV3202-Q1 offers automotive system designers integrated power management and CAN interface to help reduce board space and design complexity in their safety-critical applications. The DRV3203-Q1 and DRV3204-Q1 help TI customers design safety-critical applications to meet ASIL-B. 

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