L6506 PDF

The L is a linear integrated circuit designed to sense and control the current in stepping motors and other similar devices. When used in conjunction. I want a current limiting circuit, and so I choose to use the L and the L But I have some questions. First, the motor has 2 phases. L STMicroelectronics Motor / Motion / Ignition Controllers & Drivers Stepper Motor datasheet, inventory, & pricing.

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There is a resistor between pins 16, 17 and GND.

And this l65506 lead to a power dissipation of 48W on the Rsense! There are 2 enable inputs on the L Marketing proposal for customer feedback. Communications Equipment, Computers and Peripherals.

L – Current Controller For Stepping Motors – STMicroelectronics

There are two resistors which are called Rsense. Distributor Name Region Stock Min. Smart Home and City Smart Industry. I found this citcuit for those chips: ,6506 is in volume production Evaluation: First, the motor has 2 phases, is bipolar, 1A per phase, 8.

No commitment taken to produce Proposal: Product is in volume production only to support customers ongoing production.

Limited Engineering samples available Preview: And what is Vref? In my case 1 or 2A? No commitment taken to design or produce NRND: MarkT Brattain Member Posts: What size should it be? So here is the bunch of questions I have 1.

Menu Products Explore our product portfolio. Do I understand this correct, I just have to tie them to 5V if I want the chip to work? No availability reported, please contact our Sales office. Selectors Simulators and Models. Does this have something to do with the two ref pins? Reducing torque variation in half step drive.

But I have some questions.

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Buy Direct Add to cart. The Rsense resistors will have a huge rating, I’ll look for 30W resistors, right? The L has l5606 enable input too.

So for the mysterious resistor without a name? Some more information I found in the datasheet of the L I want a current limiting circuit, and so I choose to use the L and the L Here are the datasheets: General terms and conditions.