Nexperia Bipolar Transistors
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Nexperia Bipolar Transistors

Bipolar transistors in LFPAK56 – the true power package for smart efficiency These high-power bipolar transistors, housed in LFPAK56 (Power-SO8) packages, deliver DPAK-like thermal and electrical performance in just half the footprint. Offering reliable, energy-efficient performance,...

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Dual-Channel Quadrature Hall-Effect Bipolar Switch Module for Magnetic Encoder
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Dual-Channel Quadrature Hall-Effect Bipolar Switch Module for Magnetic Encoder

The A1230 is a dual-channel, bipolar switch with two Hall-effect sensing elements, each providing a separate digital output for speed and direction signal processing capability. The Hall elements are photo lithographically aligned to better than 1 µm. maintaining accurate mechanical...

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4A Bipolar Stepper Motor Driver Based on LV8727E
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4A Bipolar Stepper Motor Driver Based on LV8727E

The Project is based on LV8727E IC from ON Semiconductor. The LV8727 is a PWM current-controlled micro step bipolar stepping motor driver. This driver can provide eight ways of micro step resolution of 1/2, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64, 1/128, 1/10, 1/20, and can drive simply by the step...

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Basic Types of Transistors
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Basic Types of Transistors

In this article we will review the basic transistor types and their function. We will cover bipolar transistor, Junction FET, MOSFET and UJT transistor types. Feel free to comment with other transistor types you know. Bipolar Transistor Bipolar transistors are three terminal devices...

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2.5A BIPOLAR STEPPER MOTOR DRIVER LV8772E
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2.5A BIPOLAR STEPPER MOTOR DRIVER LV8772E

Tiny Board has been designed around LV8772 IC from On-Semi. This driver is capable of micro-step drive and supports 4W 1-2 phase excitation. It has Low on Resistance with motor current selectable in four steps. The board is equipped with unusual condition warning LED and input Pulse...

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