Part Number: DRV8210 I have designed a device implementing the DRV8210DSGR and am seeing more leakage current than I would like. The datasheet states that there is some leakage in high-Z mode when connecting the outputs to VM, but it is not very clear…
Part Number: DRV8210 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV8220 Hello,
I urgently require x20 DRV8210DSGR IC's - is it possible to obtain these?
Need to possess ability to provide at least +11V/12V output
Part Number: DRV8210 Hi experts,
Customer will use 1.8V pulse for control input. I think it is ok since above 1.45V with the situation 1.65V<VM<11V in 7.5 Electrical Characteristics.
I would like to make sure 1.8V logic high is ok for 3.3V VM, correct…
Part Number: DRV8210 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV8838 , Hi! I have a weird problem with DRV mode selection: When device is powered up it can operate only in half-bridge and PWM modes and I can't turn on PH/EN mode in any way other than holding mode…
Part Number: DRV8210 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: , DRV8220 I have question about DRV8210, DRV8210P, and DRV8220.
These IC's dead time (tDEAD) are larger than propagation delay (tPD), but I have seen the other motor driver are almost tPD > tDEAD.…
Part Number: DRV8210 MD-BSM team,
I stumbled across this Jotrin AA585B part, and wondered if you have any knowledge of it?
I assume it's a three phase motor drive but can't access a datasheet of it, does TI have anything that could compete?
Apologies for the late reply. I was on sick leave yesterday so I couldn't get back to you.
I ran some tests with the DRV8210, I did not have a DRV8212EVM but both parts are identical. Anyways, Regardless of the VM voltage, the output will…
Part Number: DRV8210P Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV8210 Hi Sir,
We would like to use a PWM signal in IN1 to control the output voltage level on OUT1.
May I know if the IN2 and OUT2 pins could be floating?
I am not sure what to make of this. The NOK sample definitely has higher edge rates vs. OK sample, but I am surprised the DRV8837C works OK as those are similar to NOK.
It appears the edges of the DRV8210/2P are much slower.
Have you tried hanging…