I'm looking to drive a low voltage, low amperage motor, and I'm wondering if TI has any applicable nMOS transist...
Part Number: CSD88539ND
Chris Bull replied to my question, however, I realized:
I would be using the MC33033 to drive this as there are no 4 phase ready made CONTROLLER designs from TI hence can't use drv8303. (looks like mc33033 is the only 4 phase controller design as the DRV8303 recommended is 3-phase). So, I assume I can connect directly from MC33033 to 88539ND?
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