Ciao a tutti. sono alla ricerca di amplificatori operazionali in grado di pilotare sei relè bistabili a bobina singola, non tutti insieme ma separatamente. in questi relè la corrente scorre in entrambe le direzioni. Ho bisogno di amplificatori operazionali in grado di sopportare la corrente necessaria (un impulso) ma soprattutto la sovratensione generata dalla bobina del relè quando è spenta poiché non posso applicare un diodo di protezione in parallelo alla bobina del relè.
Hi everyone.they are looking for operational amplifiers capable of driving six bistable single coil relays, not all together but separately. in these relays the current flows in both directions.I need operational amplifiers able to withstand the necessary current (an impulse) but above all the overvoltage generated by the relay coil when it is turned off since I cannot apply a protection diode in parallel to the relay coil.
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In reply to luigi coffani:
can you tell some details on the relais? Does each relais consist of two seperated coils? Do you have a datasheet?
In reply to kai klaas69:
no . these relays only have one coil but the current flows in both directions.I have not yet chosen which relay but I think the amount of current in mA is similar to that of the other relays.
If you have a dual supply where each half has enough voltage to run the relay then a push/pull peripheral driver would work well. With a single supply an H driver is needed. H driver is more common. For low cost there is DRV8837. For easy PDIP testing there is L293D.
This could be done with an op amp, just like a wrench can be used as a hammer.
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In reply to Ron Michallick:
In addition to the DRV8837, the DRV8837C is another option available.
Best Regards,Rick DuncanMotor Applications Team
In reply to Rick Duncan:
thanks for the replies. the H bridges that I know need at least two distinct commands but I have only one (high or low state deriving from the outputs of the 40193) which is why I had thought of an operational amplifier configured as a buffer. of course I had already thought of making a dual power supply with a central socket transformer and a double capacitor voltage divider in order to supply power to the two 40193 (5 volts) and operational amplifiers (15 volts) whose input is connected at the exit of 40193. two 40193 six outputs that go to six operational amplifiers but what worries me is the overvoltage created by the coil at shutdown. quidi? do you recommend a push / pull? for example ?
A bistable relay has three input states [set, clear, hold]. That takes 2 binary bits, or a trinary signal [low, center, high].
What does your control signal look like?
I don't know which type of relay you are referring to.maybe it's better that I attach a scheme as soon as I can
in a simplified way
no opinion ?
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