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EVALTLE94112EL

INFINEON SP001661996

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Arduino Shield using TLE94112EL
Supplier: Infineon Technologies
Matchcode: EVALTLE94112EL
Rutronik No.: ICMOT5289
Unit Pack: 1
MOQ: 1
package: EvalBoard
Packaging: INDIVIDUAL
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25.95 $
25.95 $

Arduino Shield using TLE94112EL Description


DC Motor Shield with TLE94112EL for Arduino


The DC motor shield is a small evaluation board equipped with  TLE94112EL for use with Arduino. The TLE94112EL is capable to drive up to 6 small DC motors in parallel mode or up to 11 DC motors in cascaded mode. All outputs can drive up to 0.9A. The outputs can be used stand-alone or combined to increase driving capability up to 3.6A.


Summary of Features:


  • Driver with 12 half-bridge outputs to drive DC motors, resistive or inductive loads
  • Driver is protected against over-temperature, over-current, over-voltage, under-voltage and enables diagnosis of over-current, over-voltage, under-voltage
  • SPI interface with zero clock diagnosis
  • Enhanced EMC performance
  • Integrated PWM generator with 3 different frequencies (80Hz, 100Hz, 200Hz)

Benefits:

  • Shield enables compact design for multi-motor applications
  • Cost efficient design for multi-motor applications
  • Less communication with µC through integrated PWM generator and zero clock diagnosis
  • Lower cost by reducing external components to meet EMC requirements
Target Applications:
  • Multi-motor applications
  • DC motors and voltage controlled bipolar stepper motors
  • Toys
  • HVAC Systems


How to drive easily small DC Motors with the new TLE94xyz Multi Half Bridges Family


www.infineon.com/multihalfbridges




Parameter

Application
EvalBoard
Automotive
NO
Package
EvalBoard
Leadfree Defin.
RoHS-conform
Packaging
INDIVIDUAL
Supplier Part
SP001661996
ECCN
EAR99
Customs Tariff No.
85437090990
Country
Austria
Supplier Lead time
14 weeks
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