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LEADING-EDGE BICMOS AND BICD PROCESSES
MCD Chips are Reusable from Project to Project

MCD ChipToshiba is the world's 5th largest semiconductor company1 and a leading, worldwide supplier of motor driver and motor controller technology to the industry's top companies in office automation, industrial equipment, consumer and home appliance and battery-powered applications. Toshiba develops long-term, strategic relationships with its customers by providing motor driver products that are exceptionally versatile, power efficient and robust.

Toshiba develops its motor controller and driver ICs in its leading-edge BiCMOS and BiCD (Bipolar+CMOS+DMOS) processes. The BiCD process combines the analog advantages of bipolar devices with the digital and low-power consumption benefits of MOSFETs, as well as the high-power capabilities of DMOS devices.

New Toshiba Motor Driver ICs Save Space for Low Power, High Performance Applications

The new TC78H610FNG and TB67Z800FTG motor driver ICs save space for a wide range of motor applications. The TC78H610FNG is an H bridge driver for low-voltage brushed DC motors and is for use with battery-powered equipment, camera equipment, and household electrical devices. Supplied in a SSOP16 package, it can reduce the required mounting area by 21 percent compared to products with similar functionality housed in SSOP20 packages. This, in turn, enables a reduction in both PCB cost and equipment size. The TC78H610FNG can control two brushed DC motors or one stepping motor. It has an operating voltage range from 2.5 to 15V and maximum output current of 1.0A. Output ON resistance is 1.2Ω (typical).

Product Name

TC78H610FNG

TB67Z800FTG

Power supply voltage (operating range)

Power supply for motor drive: 2.5 to 15V; logic power supply: 2.7 to 5.5V 4 to 22V

Output current (absolute maximum rating)

1.0A

3.0A

Other features

Built-in over current detection circuit,
built-in thermal shutdown circuit, built-in under voltage lockout circuit and direct PWM

Built-in over current detection circuit,
built-in thermal shutdown circuit, built-in under voltage lockout circuit, built in shoot through current protection time, and built in regulator

Package

SSOP16

VQFN36 (5mmx5mmx0.9mm)

New Toshiba Brushed Motor Pre-driver IC Supports Advanced Safety Capabilities for Automotive Applications

This device is developed for safety-critical automotive applications such as electric power steering (EPS) and other systems compliant with Automotive Safety Integrity Level D (ASIL D), the most rigorous measure defined with functionally safety standard ISO 26262.

 
Part Number

TB9052FNG

Channels

4 channels (high side: 2 channels, low side: 2 channels)

Operating Voltage Range

+5.5 to 18V

Temperature

-40 to 125°C

Input signal

A sequence control and a direct control

Detection Circuits Battery under voltage detection circuit, 5V under voltage detection circuit, over temperature detection, short detection circuit
Motor Current Detection Circuits Convert from motor current to voltage and output to MCU

Package

HTSSOP48-P-300-0.50 (12.5mm x 6.1mm x 1.2mm)

TheToshiba MCD family consists of three types:
Brushed DC Motor Driver ICs (Bridge Drivers)
  • Highly efficient driver
  • Used for switching or as an interface driver
Brushless DC Motor Controller ICs
  • Sine wave PWM
  • Contains three bi-directional drivers to drivehigh-current DC power
  • Built-in bootstrap control circuit
Stepping Motor Driver ICs
  • Low output ON resistances
  • Forward and reverse rotation control available
 
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Toshiba Authorized Distributors
Samples may be requested from:
Arrow   Marktech Optoelectronics
Avnet   Mouser Electronics
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1Gartner 2013 Top 10 Worldwide Semiconductor Vendors by Revenue Estimates, April, 2014.

2As of April 8, 2014.