2.6A Brushed DC Motor Driver Squeezes Into Tight-Quarter Portables And IoT Devices

2.6A Brushed DC Motor Driver Squeezes Into Tight-Quarter Portables And IoT Devices
STMicroelectronics

The STSPIN250 single-chip 2.6A driver for brushed DC motors integrates a full power-MOSFET bridge and fixed off-time PWM current controller in a tiny 3 mm x 3 mm package. The low on-resistance of the power stage (200 mΩ total, high-side + low-side) and the best-in-the market current-sipping standby mode -- below 80nA -- help maximize battery runtime and keep equipment-case temperatures down. Its supply-voltage range of 10V to 1.8V allows designers to specify a power source as small as a single Li-ion cell. The STSPIN250 is in production now in the 3mm x 3mm VQFPN package, priced $0.75 each/1,000. For a datasheet, go to http://www.st.com/content/ccc/resource/technical/document/datasheet/group3/c0/0a/9b/75/f1/48/4f/2b/DM00335775/files/DM00335775.pdf/jcr:content/translations/en.DM00335775.pdf

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