The STK672-080-E is a stepping motor driver hybrid IC that uses power MOSFETs in the output stage. It includes a builtin microstepping controller and is based on a unipolar constant-current PWM system. The STK672-080-E supports application simplification and standardization by providing a built-in 4 phase distribution stepping motor controller. It supports five excitation methods: 2 phase, 1-2 phase, W1-2 phase, 2W1-2 phase, and 4W1-2 phase excitations, and can provide control of the basic stepping angle of the stepping motor divided into 1/16 step units. It also allows the motor speed to be controlled with only a clock signal.
The use of this hybrid IC allows designers to implement systems that provide high motor torques, low vibration levels, low noise, fast response, and high-efficiency drive.
This product is provided in a smaller package than SANYO's earlier STK672-050-E for easier mounting in end products.

*Can implement stepping motor drive systems simply by providing a DC power supply and a clock pulse generator.

*Facsimile stepping motor drive (send and receive)
*Paper feed and optical system stepping motor drive in copiers
*Laser printer drum drive
*Printer carriage stepping motor drive
*X-Y plotter pen drive
*Other stepping motor applications


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The STK673-010-E is a 3-phase stepping motor driver hybrid IC with built-in microstep controller having a bipolar constant current PWM system, in which a power MOSFET is employed at an output stage.
It includes a 3-phase distributed controller for a 3-phase stepping motor to realize a simple configuration of the motor driver circuit.
The number of motor revolution can be controlled by the frequency of external clock input. 2, 2-3, W2-3 and 2W2-3-phase excitation modes are available. The basic step angle of the stepping motor can be separated as much as one-eighth 2-3-phase to 2W2-3-phase excitation mode control quasi-sine wave current, thereby realizing low vibration and low noise.

*Number of motor revolution can be controlled by the frequency of external clock input.
*4 types of modes, i.e., 2, 2-3, W2-3 and 2W2-3-phase excitations, are available which can be selected based on rising of clock signals, by switching Highs and Lows of Mode A and Mode B terminals.
*Setting a Mode C terminal Low allows an excitation mode that is based on rising and falling of a clock signal.
By setting the Mode C terminal Low, phases that are set only by Mode A and Mode B can be changed to other phases as follows without changing the number of motor revolution: 2-phase may be switched to 2-3-phase; 2-3-phase may be switched to W2-3-phase; and W2-3-phase may be switched to 2W2-3-phase.
*Phase is maintained even when the excitation mode is changed.
*An MOI output terminal which outputs 1 pulse per 1 cycle of phase current.
*A CW/CCW terminal which switches the rotational direction.
*A Hold terminal which temporarily holds the motor in a state where the phase current is conducted.
*An Enable terminal which can forcibly turns OFF a MOSFET of a 6 output driving element in normal operation.
*Schmitt inputs with built-in pull-up resistor (20kΩ typ)
*Motor current can be set by changing the voltage of the Vref terminal (0.63V per 1A, dealing as much as 0 to 1/2VCC2 (4A)).
*The clock input for controlling the number of motor revolution lies in a range of 0 to 50kHz.
*Supply voltage: VCC1 = 16 to 30V, VCC2 = 5.0V ±5%
*A built-in current detection resistor (0.227Ω)
*A motor current during revolution can deal with as high as 2.4A at Tc = 105°C and as high as 4A at Tc = 50°C or lower.

*As a 3-phase stepping motor driver for transmission and reception in a facsimile.
*As a 3-phase stepping motor driver for feeding paper feed or for an optical system in a copying machine.
*Industrial machines or products employing 3-phase stepping motor driving.


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