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Motor Driver ICs are solely used in self-driving robotics. Furthermore, most microprocessors work at low voltages and require a limited amount of current, whereas motors demand larger voltages and current.
Autonomous robots are one of the many new technologies that the world is witnessing every day. These ICs are mostly used to control autonomous robots. Unlike motors, microprocessors run on low voltage/current.
The North America motor driver IC market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Texas Instruments (TI) (Nasdaq: TXN) today announced the first 70-W brushless DC (BLDC) motor drivers in the industry, allowing for code-free, sensorless trapezoidal and field-oriented control (FOC).
Engineers can spin a BLDC motor in less than 10 minutes, saving months of design time for a wide range of industrial systems, including major and small home appliances, as well as medical applications like ventilators and continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines.
The devices also speed system response time while lowering board space by up to 70%, all while providing best-in-class acoustic performance, thanks to integrated real-time control and up to 18 discrete components – including power metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs).
ON Semiconductor, a leading global supplier of high-performance, energy-efficient silicon solutions, has announced the release of two new highly integrated driver ICs that will operate high-current motors in stepper motor-based applications with fewer components and less board space.
The new AMIS-30532 and AMIS-30542 micro-stepping stepper motor drivers with integrated H-bridges are perfect for motion control solutions in automotive, industrial, office equipment, medical, security, and maritime applications.
The AMIS-30542 mixed-signal motor driver ICs are designed for use with two-phase stepper motors and a host microcontroller, and enable high-accuracy and reliable motor control with maximum current outputs of 2.2 ampere (A) continuous and 5.0 A peak.
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