Toshiba Launches Stepping Motor Control Drivers Combining High Voltage, High Current and High Efficiency

Highly integrated motor control drivers in compact footprint based on BiCD 130nm process

TOKYO — (BUSINESS WIRE) — April 26, 2013Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) has launched six next-generation stepping motor control drivers using the Toshiba BiCD 130nm mixed-signal process technology, providing excellent Ron per unit area, to achieve highly integrated, low-power devices with the industry's highest voltage and current combination, (Parts TB6600HG and TB67H302HG)1 and compact footprints (Parts TB67S213FTAG, TB67S215FTAG, TB62261FTAG and TB62262FTAG). These devices are well suited for a variety of applications such as printers, ATM, robotics, process control machines, and medical equipment.

Toshiba: Stepping Motor Control Driver "TB6600HG" (Photo: Business Wire)

Toshiba: Stepping Motor Control Driver "TB6600HG" (Photo: Business Wire)

Today's printers, ATMs, and process control machines require high speed, high torque, and high precision for efficient long-term operation. The new Toshiba stepping motor control drivers satisfy these requirements through exceptional design, superior performance, and optimum packaging. For high-power applications, the TB6600HG and TB67H302HG devices combine the highest voltage and current combination in class and are rated 50V/5.0A2. They come in a heatsink mountable HZIP25 package. In addition, the TB6600HG has 1/16 micro-stepping capability that reduces acoustic noise and vibration.

The TB67S213FTAG and TB67S215FTAG devices are rated 40V/2.5A2 and are housed in a compact QFN-36 6mm x 6mm package for medium-power applications. They also reduce power consumption by 50 percent compared to previous generation devices. The TB62261FTAG and TB62262FTAG devices are rated 40V/1.5A2 and also come in a QFN-36 6mm x 6mm package for low-power applications.

All of the above mentioned Toshiba motor control drivers have a mixed-decay mode, which improves the response characteristics of the motor drive current by changing the current path, for optimum motor driving. The QFN-36 6mm x 6mm packaged devices are also about 30 percent smaller than surface mount devices of similar performance . As such, these motor control drivers can be integrated in motor control boards to reduce customer design costs.

 

Main Specifications

Part Number   Interface  

Absolute
maximum
voltage
ratings
(VM/output)

 

Absolute
maximum
current rating

 

Corresponding
excitation mode

  Package
TB6600HG Clock 50V 5.0A 1/16 HZIP25
(1.00mm pitch)
TB67H302HG Phase

(3bit/phase)

50V 5.0A 1/2
TB67S213FTAG Phase

(3bit/phase)

40V 2.5A 1/4 QFN36
(0.5mm pitch)
TB67S215FTAG Clock 40V 2.5A 1/4
TB62261FTAG Phase

(3bit/phase)

40V 1.5A 1/4
TB62262FTAG   Clock   40V   1.5A   1/4  
 

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