# L6258EX

Manufacturer Part NumberL6258EX
DescriptionIC MOTOR DRIVER UNIV 36-PWRSOIC
ManufacturerSTMicroelectronics
TypeDriver
L6258EX datasheet

## Specifications of L6258EX

ApplicationsDC Motor Driver, Stepper Motor DriverNumber Of Outputs2/1
Current - Output1.5AVoltage - Load12 V ~ 40 V
Voltage - Supply4.75 V ~ 5.25 VMounting TypeSurface Mount
Package / CasePowerSO-36 Exposed Bottom PadOperating Supply Voltage12 V to 40 V
Supply Current15 mAMounting StyleSMD/SMT
Operating Temperature150 CLead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS Compliant
Operating Temperature-Other names497-3702-5
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L6258EX
In this case the Bx block has a DC gain equal to the open loop and equal to zero at a
frequency given by the following formula:
In order to cancel the pole of the load, the zero of the Bx block must be located at the same
frequency of 163Hz; so now we have to find a compromise between the resistor and the
capacitor of the compensation network.
Considering that the resistor value defines the gain of the Bx block at the zero frequency, it
is clear that this parameter will influence the total bandwidth of the system because,
annulling the load pole with the error amplifier zero, the slope of the total transfer function is
So the resistor value must be chosen in order to have an error amplifier gain enough to
guarantee a desired total bandwidth.
In our example we fix at 35dB the gain of the Bx block at zero frequency, so from the
formula:
where: Rb = 20kΩ
we have: Rc = 1.1MΩ
Therefore we have the zero with a 163Hz the capacitor value:
Cc
Now we have to analyse how the new Aloop transfer function with a compensation network
on the error amplifier is.
The following bode diagram shows:
the Ax function showing the position of the load pole
the open loop transfer function of the Bx block
the transfer function of the Bx with the RC compensation network on the error
amplifier
the total Aloop transfer function that is the sum of the Ax function plus the transfer
function of the compensated Bx block.
----------------------------- -
Rc j
Zc
Bx
=
------- -
=
--------------------------------------------- -
Rb
1
Fzero
=
----------------------------------- -
Rc
Bx_gain @ zero freq.
1
=
---------------------------------------------
=
---------------------------------------------------------------- -
Fzero
Rc
6,28
PWM current control loop
1
f
Cc
Rb
Cc
Rc
=
20
log
------- -
Rb
1
=
880pF
6
163
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