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    IFX007T based motor driver

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TESM-cHDjNs
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    We recommend you to consider BTM7750G and...

    We recommend you to consider BTM7750G and BTM7710G to replace it.

    Please find the product overview below:

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    Please look into the replacement guide: ...

    Please look into the replacement guide:
    https://www.infineonforums.com/threads/10383-Replacement-guide-for-TrilithIC-products-to-be-phased-out

    you can find the discontinued device and the...
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    The normal operating voltage range of VS is from...

    The normal operating voltage range of VS is from 8V to 18V. All parameters are specified within this VS range.
    The device can be used in extended range up to 40V as well. But the parameters might...
  5. Sticky: Download user manual and example code of the demo board

    Overview of the (BL)DC Motor Control Shield with IFX007T:
    https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/evaluation-boards/bldc-shield_ifx007t/

    User manual:...
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    The example code is available now. Please find it...

    The example code is available now. Please find it on Infineon website:
    https://github.com/Infineon/IFX007T-Motor-Control
  7. Sticky: Video: How to make a smoothie with our new Motor Driver (IFX007)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yQY-CGptBI
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    Thanks very much for your interest. IFX007T is...

    Thanks very much for your interest.

    IFX007T is the industrial version of BTN8982TA. All parameters are specified at 24v instead of 12V. In case you would like to simulate it by using the spice...
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    Replacement guide for TrilithIC products to be phased out over the next years
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    Replacement guide for NovalithIC™ and Trilith IC products to be phased out over the next years
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    Ok. Good Luck

    Ok. Good Luck
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    Yes, should be above 1.75V

    Yes, should be above 1.75V
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    I thought you might use more than one IFX007T on...

    I thought you might use more than one IFX007T on one PCB. Sorry for my misunderstanding. Now I understood your point.

    We don't recommend our customers to use two devices for one half bridge. Due...
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    I did thermal simulation for the new mission...

    I did thermal simulation for the new mission profile below:

    Load to Vs
    Vs = 24V
    I = 20A
    PWM-Freq=1KHz
    Duty cycle: 50%
    slew-rate: as fast as possible
    ambient temperature: 25°C
    PCB: 2s2p
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    Since we have protection feature integrated into...

    Since we have protection feature integrated into IFX007T, we won't have any cross current caused by the delay variations. But due to the variation the output duty cycle might be a bit different from...
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    Hi Wilheim, It is possible to use to...

    Hi Wilheim,

    It is possible to use to parallelize IFX007T in PWM mode. Of course the power dissipation highly depends on your mission profile: Vs, I, frequency, switching time(slew rate...
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    Hi Gerald, You mean the datasheet for this...

    Hi Gerald,

    You mean the datasheet for this device or the source code for the demoboard?

    Regards,

    Jing
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    Yes:) Merry Christmas and happy new year

    Yes:)

    Merry Christmas and happy new year
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    40V is the max. rating of Vs. It is not the...

    40V is the max. rating of Vs. It is not the normal operation voltage.
    If you look into the parameters, you will find they are specify under the condition VS = 24V. For other VS voltage, the...
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    Hello, If you use IN-pin only, either HS or LS...

    Hello,

    If you use IN-pin only, either HS or LS MOSFET will be switched on. If you would like to switch off both MOSFETs, you could set a PWM signal at INH pin.

    We can help you further If you...
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    Please find the main difference below: IFX007T...

    Please find the main difference below:

    IFX007T is qualified according to industry standard, and the parameters are specified at 24V.
    BTN8982TA is an automotive qualified device, and the...
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    You are right. In this case , you should set a...

    You are right. In this case , you should set a PWM signal at INH pin. This is the most efficient way to control the speed of you motor.
    If you are using the BTN8962TA as a half bridge (as shown in...
  23. Thread: Btn8962

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    If I understand it correctly, you use a H-bridge...

    If I understand it correctly, you use a H-bridge to drive the motor. To test the short circuit protection, you connected outputs of two BTN8962TA without motor in between? Or you connect output to...
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    NovalithIC doesn't fit your application well. Due...

    NovalithIC doesn't fit your application well. Due to the thermal limitation of the package we don't recommend to use the device for 800W applications.

    Our protection features only protect...
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    The dead time is generated automatically. So the...

    The dead time is generated automatically. So the high-side and low-side MOSFETs are not conduction at the same time.

    SR resistance should be selected based on the requirements of power dissipation...
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