L6258

Manufacturer Part NumberL6258
ManufacturerSTMicroelectronics
L6258 datasheet
 


Specifications of L6258

Operating Current15mAMotor Controller TypePWM Motor Controller
Package TypePowerSOOperating Supply Voltage (min)12V
Operating Supply Voltage (typ)34VOperating Supply Voltage (max)5.25V
Lead Free Status / Rohs StatusNot Compliant  
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L6258
Table 5.
Current levels (continued)
I3
L
L
L
L
L
2.3
Phase input ( PH )
The logic level applied to this input determines the direction of the current flowing in the
winding of the motor.
High level on the phase input causes the motor current flowing from OUT_A to OUT_B
through the load.
2.4
Triangular generator
This circuit generates the two triangular waves TRI_0 and TRI_180 internally used to
generate the duty cycle variation of the signals driving the output stage in bridge
configuration.
The frequency of the triangular wave defines the switching frequency of the output, and can
be adjusted by changing the capacitor connected at TR1_CAP pin:
where: K = 1.5 x 10
2.5
Charge pump circuit
To ensure the correct driving of the high side drivers a voltage higher than Vs is supplied on
the Vboot pin. This boostrap voltage is not needed for the low side power DMOS transistors
because their sources terminals are grounded. To produce this voltage a charge pump
method is used. It is made by using two external capacitors; one connected to the internal
oscillator (CP) and the other (Cboot) to storage the overvoltage needed for the driving the
gates of the high side DMOS. The value suggested for the capacitors are:
Table 6.
Charge pump capacitor's values
Component name
C
boot
C
P
I2
I1
H
L
L
H
L
H
L
L
L
L
K
F
=
--- -
ref
C
-5
Component's function
Storage capacitor
Pump capacitor
Functional description
Current level
I0
% of IMAX
L
88.9
H
92.1
L
95.2
H
98.4
L
100
Value
Unit
100
nF
10
nF
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