LM621 Series, Motor Drivers, Controllers

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LM621N
BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR CONTROLLER
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Through Hole
-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)
5V
18-DIP (0.300", 7.62mm)
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35mA
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LM621

About  Motor Drivers, Controllers

Motor Drivers, Controllers are a combination of electronic components used to manage and control the application of power to electric motors and related electromechanical actuators. The PMIC component of these systems provides necessary functions such as signal amplification, filtering, and conditioning, as well as protection against overcurrent, overvoltage, and other electrical anomalies. Motor driver and controller PMICs offer a range of features that cater to various load characteristics and applications. These features may include simple open-loop speed control for brushed motors or advanced closed-loop stepper-based motion control. As such, the specific functionality and feature sets implemented in these products vary widely depending on the intended load and expected application. The motor driver and controller PMICs enable precise and efficient control over the power supplied to electric motors and related electromechanical actuators. This optimization results in superior performance and reliability of these devices under different operating conditions. In summary, Integrated Circuits (ICs) - Power Management (PMIC) - Motor Drivers, Controllers form a vital part of power management and control systems for electric motors and related electromechanical actuators. They provide a range of features and functionalities that cater to various load characteristics and applications, resulting in optimized performance and reliability.