The ELM310 is an interface circuit for use between high speed logic outputs and four phase stepper motor driver circuits. By suitably debouncing mechanical switches, the circuit could also be used for manually controlling stepper motors as well.
This circuit supports two popular modes of operation, and can be switched between the two ‘on the fly’.
The full-step, or single phase wave mode, as it is sometimes called, is entered into at powerup. This
The ELM312 is an interface circuit for use between high speed logic and four phase stepper motor driver circuits. All of the logic required to provide stepping in two directions is contained in this one 8 pin package.
This circuit supports only the half-step mode of operation. This mode provides eight distinct phase control output signals for driving a variety of motors. For dual mode operation, the ELM310 should be considered.
The ELM312 can be controlled by
3-Terminal 1.5A Positive Adjustable Voltage Regulator
The SLLM317 is an adjustable 3-terminal positive voltage regulator, designed to supply more than 1.5A of output current with voltage adjustable from 1.3 to 37V.
* Safe-Area Compensation For Output Transistor
* Internal Short Circuit Protection
* Internal Over Temperature Protection
* Output Current Up To 1.5A
* Output Voltage Adjustable From 1.3 to 37V
The SLLM317L is a monolithic integral circuit, designed for use as positive adjustable voltage regulator. It is designed to supply unit 100mA of load current with an output voltage adjustable over a 1.25V to 37V range.