Smart LIN driver IC for DC, stepper, BLDC motors (0.4A and 0.8A current)

MLX81310-MLX81315

The MLX81310/15 is part of our smart LIN motor driver IC family.

MLX81310: Gen 2 LIN motor driver IC < 0.4 A
MLX81315: Gen 2 LIN motor driver IC < 0.8 A

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Top features

  • Single-chip motor controller with four halfbridges (5 Ohm for MLX81310 or 1 Ohm for MLX81315), integrated MCU and LIN interface

  • Communication interface

  • Compatible with PWM and LIN 1, LIN 2, J2602

  • Compatible with most node address configuration options, including auto addressing with Bus shunt method and pin encoding

  • Low noise microstepping with sensorless motor-stall detection

  • Extensive diagnostics options (OV, UV, OT, OC, …)

  • Integrated Supply regulator: [4, 28]V with sleep mode

  • State of the art 0.18u High Voltage CMOS technology (32kB Flash version for volume production and ROM version for very high volume production)

     

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Smart LIN driver IC for DC, stepper, BLDC motors (0.4A and 0.8A current) - MLX81310-MLX81315

Product description

The MLX81310/15 is part of our smart LIN motor driver IC family. MLX81310/15 enables small-footprint positioning applications to control small BLDC, stepper and DC motors with low noise sensorless or sensored driving, and a digital LIN interface for commands and feedback.

The LIN interface is compliant with LIN 1, LIN 2, J2602, and can be configured for PWM communication. The slave node addresses can be detected automatically using the bus shunt method, or alternatively using pin encoding.

Typical applications:

  • HVAC flaps
  • Active grille shutters
  • LED headlamp leveling and cooling fans
  • Smart valve control

Features and benefits

  • Single-chip motor controller with four halfbridges (5 Ohm for MLX81310 or 1 Ohm for MLX81315), integrated MCU and LIN interface

  • Communication interface

  • Compatible with PWM and LIN 1, LIN 2, J2602

  • Compatible with most node address configuration options, including auto addressing with Bus shunt method and pin encoding

  • Low noise microstepping with sensorless motor-stall detection

  • Extensive diagnostics options (OV, UV, OT, OC, …)

  • Integrated Supply regulator: [4, 28]V with sleep mode

  • State of the art 0.18u High Voltage CMOS technology (32kB Flash version for volume production and ROM version for very high volume production)

     

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