EV-VNH7100AS provides you an easy way to connect STMicroelectronics®VIPower®M0-7 H-Bridge drivers into your existing prototype circuity. This evaluation board comes preassembled with VNH7100AS H-Bridge. On board minimum set of electrical components (as for device datasheet recommendation) is enabling the user to directly connect the load, the power supply and the microcontroller without any additional effort in external component design and connection.
VNH7100AS is a full bridge motor driver intended for a wide range of automotive applications. The device incorporates a dual monolithic high-side driver and two low-side switches. Both switches are designed using ST proprietary VIPower M0 technology that allows to efficiently integrate on the same die a true Power MOSFET with an intelligent signal/protection circuitry. The three dies are assembled in SO-16N package on electrically isolated leadframes.
Moreover, its fully symmetrical mechanical design allows superior manufacturability at board level.
The input signals INA and INB can directly interface the microcontroller to select the motor direction and the brake condition. A SEL0 pin is available to address the information available on the MultiSense to the microcontroller. The MultiSense pin allows to monitor the motor current by delivering a current proportional to the motor current value.
The PWM, up to 20 kHz, allows to control the speed of the motor in all possible conditions.
- Simple single IC application board dedicated for VNH7100AS
- Provides electrical connectivity and thermal heat-sinking for easy prototyping
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