The TLE9202ED contains two independent general purpose 6 A H-Bridges in one Package. It is designed for (but not limited to) the control of DC motors or other inductive loads in automotive applications. The outputs can be pulse width modulated at frequencies up to 20 kHz. PWM/DIR control reduces the number of PWM capable pins needed on the microcontroller side. For load currents above the current limitation threshold (8 A typ.) the H-Bridge goes into chopper current limitation mode. It is protected against short circuits and overtemperature and provides extensive diagnosis via SPI or basic error feedback via error flag. Open load can be detected when the bridge is disabled or during PWM operation of inductive loads.
- R DSon of 100 mΩ per switch typ. at Tj = 25° C
- Logic inputs 3.3 V and 5.0 V TTL / CMOS-compatible
- Low standby current
- Chopper current limitation
- Short circuit shut down with latch behavior
- Overtemperature shut down with latch behavior
- Vs undervoltage shutdown
- Open load detection in ON and OFF state
- Detailed SPI diagnosis or simple error flag
- Completely lead free
- Green product (RoHS compliant)
- AEC qualified
- Small package saves board space
- Includes over current and over temperature protection
- Simple design with few external components
- SPI enables for easy diagnosis
- Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR)
- Variable Geometry Turbo (VGT)
- Idle Speed Control
- Swirl and Tumble Flaps
- Variable Intake Manifold
- Turbo Charger Waste Gate
- Auxiliary Water Pumps
For industrial version of the product see IFX9202ED
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