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DRV8825PWPR

45-V, 2.5-A bipolar stepper motor driver with current regulation and 1/32 microstepping   28-HTSSOP -40 to 85

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Price Range $2.9440 / $4.7725

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Global Popularity

Popularity in Signal Circuits

Popularity in Motion Control Electronics

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  • 1. North Macedonia
    100
  • 2. India
    96
  • 3. China
    96
  • 4. South Korea
    89
  • 5. Denmark
    89
  • 6. Finland
    88
  • 7. South Africa
    86
  • 8. Poland
    85
  • 9. United Kingdom
    84
  • 10. Brazil
    82

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Datasheets & Reference Designs

Reference Designs

  • TIDA-00293 Best-in-class Combination Stereolithography 3D Printer Development Using DLP® Technology | TI.com
    TIDA-00293: The DLP 3D Printer reference design employs Texas Instruments’ DLP 3D Structured Light Software Development Kit (SDK) and enables developers build best-in-class resolution 3D objects. The highly differentiated DLP technology uses stereo-lithography technique popular in high accuracy and high-speed 3D printing. This TI Design features the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), showcasing the DLP® 0.45” WXGA chipset, to accurately expose object layers. The system also uses TI’s low power MSP430 embedded processor to synchronize layer exposure with motor control for precise incremental 3D builds.
  • 40-Pin Boosterpack for 3D Printer Control
    TIDM-PRINTERPACK: This design is a 40-pin boosterpack which incorporates all of the necessary components for 3D printer operation. Convenient location of all I/O headers and inclusion of firmware allows developers to immediately start creating their own cost-effective 3D printers. Although the original intent is to be used as a low-cost solution for 3D printer control, at its core are four DRV8825 stepper motor drivers that allow the boosterpack to also operate in any application where multiple stepper motors are needed.
  • Best-in-class Combination Stereolithography 3D Printer Development Using DLP® Technology
    TIDA-00293: The DLP 3D Printer reference design employs Texas Instruments’ DLP 3D Structured Light Software Development Kit (SDK) and enables developers build best-in-class resolution 3D objects. The highly differentiated DLP technology uses stereo-lithography technique popular in high accuracy and high-speed 3D printing. This TI Design features the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), showcasing the DLP® 0.45” WXGA chipset, to accurately expose object layers. The system also uses TI’s low power MSP430 embedded processor to synchronize layer exposure with motor control for precise incremental 3D builds.
  • TIDM-PRINTERPACK 40-Pin Boosterpack for 3D Printer Control | TI.com
    TIDM-PRINTERPACK: This design is a 40-pin boosterpack which incorporates all of the necessary components for 3D printer operation. Convenient location of all I/O headers and inclusion of firmware allows developers to immediately start creating their own cost-effective 3D printers. Although the original intent is to be used as a low-cost solution for 3D printer control, at its core are four DRV8825 stepper motor drivers that allow the boosterpack to also operate in any application where multiple stepper motors are needed.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Q: Where can I compare a DRV8825 with an A4988?

    A: The DRV8825 carrier was designed to be as similar to our A4988 stepper motor driver carriers as possible, and it can be used as a drop in replacement for the A4988 carrier in many applications because it shares the same size, pinout, and general control interface. There are a few differences between the two modules that should be noted. more

  • Q: How do I connect a DRV8825 to Arduino?

    A: In this simple tutorial, I'll show you how to use the DRV8825 to control a bipolar stepper motor and how to use the micro stepping feature. more

  • Q: How do I get started with a DRV8825 stepper motor driver?

    A: This breakout board for TI’s DRV8825 microstepping bipolar stepper motor driver features adjustable current limiting, over-current and over-temperature protection, and six microstep resolutions (down to 1/32-step). It operates from 8.2 V to 45 V and can deliver up to approximately 1.5 A per phase without a heat sink or forced air flow (rated for up to 2.2 A per coil with sufficient additional cooling). more

  • Q: How can I measure a DRV8825 Vref voltage?

    A: In order to measure Vref you first need to turn on your printer as you normally would. If you only connecct using USB, but not external power, you get a wrong reading. more

  • Q: How do I get started with RAMPS DRV8825?

    A: The DRV8825 is a stepper motor driver board that has on a DRV8825_chip that enables control of stepper motors through arduino type programming firmware and software. more

  • Q: How do I configure a DRV8825 for microstepping?

    A: Microstepping allows the stepper drivers to position the stepper motor shaft in between full steps, which can allow for smoother and quieter movements. The RAMPS shield, Farmduino, and A4988 stepper drivers that come with stock FarmBot kits allow for full-step, 1/2 step, 1/4 step, 1/8 step, and 1/16 step settings. more

  • Q: Where can I find a DRV8825 pinout diagram?

    A: The DRV8825 stepper motor driver carrier is a breakout board for TI’s DRV8825 microstepping bipolar stepper motor driver. The module has a pinout and interface that are nearly identical to those of our A4988 stepper motor driver board, so it can be used as a higher-performance drop-in replacement for those boards in many applications. The DRV8825 features adjustable current limiting, overcurrent and overtemperature protection, and six microstep resolutions (down to 1/32-step). It operates from 8.2 – 45 V and can deliver up to approximately 1.5 A per phase without a heat sink or forced air flow (rated for up to 2.2 A per coil with sufficient additional cooling). more

  • Q: How do I use a DRV8825 driver?

    A: This original version of our DRV8825 stepper motor driver carrier has been replaced by a newer version that can more easily be used as a drop-in replacement for our A4988 stepper motor driver carriers. The only difference is that the newer version connects the sleep and fault lines through a resistor, making it more straightforward to use in very specific situations described in more detail on the product page. Generally speaking, most users should not notice any difference between the two driver versions. more

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