Servo drive for direct control of motors is available at Rutronik
Targeting automotive, industrial, instrumentation and consumer products, the HVC 4223F flex servo drive is powered by a 32-bit CPU core. The TDK-Micronas servo driver is available from distributor, Rutronik.
The HVC 4223F flex servo drive enables cost-effective realisation of powerful and compact DC motor control. Powered by an Arm Cortex-M3, the HVC 4223F integrates high performance analogue functions designed for a wide range of applications and sectors.
The HVC 4223F flex servo drive has a choice of peripherals, which allows the device to directly control brush-type, stepper (bipolar or three-phase), or brushless direct current (BLDC) motors via integrated high-performance half-bridges without the need for external components. It also contains an advanced LIN UART with a LIN 2.x transceiver and voltage regulators to connect the device directly to a 5.4 to 18V automotive board net. In addition, the flex servo drive also features a 32kbyte flash program memory, which provides high flexibility in code development, production ramp-up, and in-system firmware update.
TDK-Micronas is a TDK company, specialising in sensing and control, and supplying a range of Hall-effect sensors. TDK-Micronas serves all major automotive electronics customers worldwide. It has operational headquarters based in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany.
Rutronik is a global, privately held, broad-line, stocking distributor currently ranked as the third largest European electronic components distributor, and the eleventh largest worldwide with annual sales of $1 billion. The product range includes semiconductors, passive and electromechanical components, as well as embedded boards, storage technologies, displays and wireless products. Primary target markets include automotive, medical, industrial, home appliance, energy, and lighting. Rutronik also provides consulting services for technical, commercial, and logistical issues, and technical support to customers worldwide.