H-Bridge Motor Drivers Address Automotive Emissions and ADAS Challenges
NXP® offers a variety of single-device solutions that can be used to control gas and diesel engines (injection drivers) as well as electric motors.
|Products||Device Functions||Package Type||Package Termination Count||Ambient Operating Temperature (Min-Max) (°C)||Supply voltage [min]||Supply voltage [max]||Interface and Input Control|
Controlling and Monitoring Engine
|low side switch, powertrain control, pre-driver,signal conditioning, switch monitoring||HSOP32||32||-40 to 125||3.1||5.25||Parallel|
|H-bridge and config switches, embedded MCU plus power, high side switch, network transceivers||HSOP20, SO20, HSOP54, HSOP30, HQFN||20||-40 to 125||8||36||Parallel, SPI|
|High-Current Motor Control
Optimum application performance
|low side switch, powertrain control, pre-driver,signal conditioning, switch monitoring||HSOP54, SSOP54||54||-40 to 85, -40 to 125||5||28||Parallel|
|MCU and Injection Driver
Reduced Design Complexity
|H-bridge and config switches, embedded MCU plus power, high side switch, network transceivers||HLQFP100||100||-40 to 125||4.7||36||SPI|
SPI H-Bridge based on HB2000/HB2001. KSDK and S32 SDK are supported.
Tom Zemites of NXP showcases the all new HB2001 Advanced Motor Drivers live at APEC 2016.