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Member Since: October 22, 2008

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  • Product ROB-10267 | about 3 years ago

    Question: Why would disconnecting the motor while energized damage the driver IC? I get the bit about the inducted voltage needing somewhere to go, but the vast majority of the inductance is in the motor windings, so if it’s disconnected, the motor has to deal with the overvoltage, not the driver IC, right?

  • Product ROB-09402 | about 3 years ago

    Question: Why will disconnecting the motor when energized damage the driver IC? I get the bit about inducted voltage needing somewhere to go, but the vast majority of the inductance would be in the motor windings, no? So if they’re disconnected, the motor, not the IC, suffers the voltage spike, right?

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