The modern generation of power and garden tools are portable, reliable and powerful, with increased efficiency and battery life. Give your designs a competitive edge with power and sensing solutions from Allegro.
We help customers meet evolving requirements by integrating functions, reducing package sizes, and improving ease of use to help manufacturers reduce costs, simplify bills of materials (BOMs), and enable smaller form factors. Our brushless DC motor drivers combine high reliability with quiet, efficient performance in small package options, and our robust magnetic Hall sensors offer contactless solutions for reliably sensing position, linear motion, and angle.
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June 30, 2022
P0193 - Power Tool engineers are duplicating resources with current product designs as they often use different motor drivers, manufacturers, design layouts for each product variation. This article reviews options to utilize a single platform in a wide array of applications – saving design time ...Learn More
April 15, 2022
Our brushless DC motor drivers help you design a common platform to address both high power and lower power designs. We integrate functions to allow for a single-platform approach, reducing engineering development cycles and improving time to market.Learn More
AN296200 - This application note presents a modified solution to magnetic sensing in long stroke applications. Through the incorporation of a microcontroller, a lower cost solution can be realized with fewer linear sensors than previously existing arc tangent solutions.Learn More
April 26, 2021
Stepper motors offer unique advantages over direct current (DC) and brushless DC (BLDC) motors in many applications. A bipolar stepper provides accurate open-loop position as well as zero-speed torque without using a control loop or external sensors.Learn More
This paper will focus on the basics of the sensorless control algorithm, the advantages of different sensing techniques, and how the GUI can drive a full-featured sensorless sinusoidal BLDC motor with no software programming required.Learn More
This paper introduces Hall-effect technology, then explores how it has been applied, in particular, differentiating between the primary types of Hall sensor ICs and the highly differentiated range of sensing behaviors they can support.Learn More