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Brush motor driver IC
|Function||4 function modes (CW / CCW / STOP / Short BRAKE),Standby functionThermal shutdown circuit|
|Class||Bridge driver for brushed DC motors|
|RoHS Compatible Product(s) (#)||Available|
|Toshiba Package Name||VQON16-P-0303-0.50|
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