Part Number: DRV8825 Hi, support team
My customer has the questions as follow:
I'm using the DRV8825 in a design where I am interfacing to an external microcontroller with a 5 VDC supply.
I/O levels from this microcontroller are similarly 5 V.…
Part Number: DRV8825 Yes, it is a very strange case, but the repeatability is enormous.
On a new batch of my device, these drivers began to fail. Approximately 50%. I'm in panic. (old batch consists about 800 drivers and it's working properly)
Part Number: DRV8825 Hello Team,
My customer wanted to know if we have data for the load Capacitance, Input Capacitance for DRV8825? This is not present in the datasheet.
Thanks in advacne.
Hi Wang Li:
Last time you told us "If want to check the device getting damage or not, please send it to our quality engineer." We think it might be helpful to let TI's quality engineer examine the chips. Please let me know how to contact with your quality…
Part Number: DRV8825 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV8424 I use DRV8825.
The current waveform does not take the form of a sine wave.
Increasing the pulse input speed will result in a sine wave.
Oscilloscope images are posted.
I tried 3 types of Decay…
Part Number: DRV8881 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV8825 Hi team,
My customer is considering if DRV8825 can be used as DRV8881P P2P compatible assembly option.
Do you think it is possible?
My customer thinks the interface pins (#21-24) can be switched…
Part Number: DRV8825 Hi Team,
We would like to ask your help regarding the customer's inquiry below.
The stepper motor control driver used in our product is DRV8825. It was found there was step loss in the devices produced a few months ago. Now it…
Part Number: DRV8825 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV8711 After Service Ticket no.: Number: CS0554686
WE got a very strange and thorny phenonmenon with DRV8825 driving stepping motor.
The motor loses steps after continous…
Part Number: DRV8825 Hello,
I am a consultant engaged in a detailed design review for a client who is using this part in their design. They are presently stuffing a 0.1uF capacitor for the CP1/CP2 charge pump component instead of the recommended datasheet…