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Toshiba TPD4163K/TPD4164K Monolithic Silicon Power ICs | Featured Product Spotlight

February 15, 2024 by Mouser Electronics

Toshiba TPD4163K and TPD4164K Monolithic Silicon Power ICs represent cutting-edge DC brushless motor drivers engineered with high-voltage PWM control capabilities. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!

 

 

Toshiba TPD4163K/TPD4164K Monolithic Silicon Power ICs

Toshiba TPD4163K and TPD4164K Monolithic Silicon Power ICs, available from Mouser Electronics, represent cutting-edge DC brushless motor drivers engineered with high voltage PWM control capabilities. These power ICs utilize a sophisticated three-shunt resistor circuit design. They are crafted using a high-voltage Silicon on-insulator process, integrating level shift high-side drivers, low-side drivers, and protective functions. Additionally, they incorporate built-in bootstrap diodes, fast recovery diodes, 5V regulators, and a three-phase bridge output employing IGBTs, all within a design featuring isolated 600-volt high-voltage and 20-volt low-voltage supplies. With a bootstrap circuit, customizable dead time, and robust protection features, these power ICs ensure reliable operation across a wide temperature range from -40 to 135 degrees Celsius. Packaged in a 30-pin DIP, they also feature a shutdown function controlled by the SD-pin. Ideal for sine-wave motor drive applications, these power ICs are particularly well-suited for home appliance designs requiring brushless DC motor drives.

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