Texas Instruments' DRV8307 is a three half-bridge pre-driver that drives six N-type MOSFETs 30 mA with a single power supply. Aimed at sensored three-phase brushless DC motors, the DRV8307 is driven by a single PWM input and supports integrated commutation logic with three Hall sensor inputs. A separate 5 V regulator is also included to be used to power Hall-Effect sensors and other external components.
The DRV8307 includes a current sense input for current limiting and protection. The current limit can be set by adjusting the value of the RISENSE sense resistor.
The DRV8308 device is a three half-bridge pre-driver that drives up to 130 mA to six N-type MOSFETs with a single power supply. Aimed at sensored three-phase brushless DC motors, this pre-driver includes configurable a digital speed loop, speed controls, and commutation modes to optimize motor performance. When properly tuned, the DRV8308 device can drive motors with less than 0.1% cycle jitter and fast torque compensation.
The integrated digital speed loop allows the motor to maintain speed under variable loads with programmable gain and loop filters. The adjustable slew rates can also lower the switching noise and improve EMC.