Description. The ULN, ULN, ULN and ULN . for ULN, VCE = 2 V,. IC = mA. CI. Input capacitance. pF. The ULNA, ULNA and ULNA are high voltage, high current Darlington arrays each . On State Input Voltage. 6. VCE = 2V, IC = mA. —. —. The IC ULNA is a Darlington transistor array which deals with high-voltage and high-current. There are various types of relay driver ICs.

Author: JoJocage Muzil
Country: Mauritius
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Finance
Published (Last): 6 September 2009
Pages: 223
PDF File Size: 18.55 Mb
ePub File Size: 13.58 Mb
ISBN: 876-4-97933-168-3
Downloads: 29182
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Grole

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

What is wrong here? I am trying to drive a stepper motor using the ulna as an interface to MCU. I haven’t connected the motor yet. I want to make sure it will not burn the MCU. Inside the ULN there are darlington transistors with an open collector, so without some external circuit the output will not be pulled up to some higher voltage.

The COM pin is connected to a freewheeling diode for each transistor, so you can connect it to the positive rail to protect against overvoltage, for example for inductive loads. The ULN can only sink ma as you stated. It will not handle the ma required by the motor. You can parallel the inputs and outputs however on the ULN to increase the current. For example if if were to tie two inputs to the micro output, then tie their respective outputs to the motor connection then the current will almost double.


See the data sheet for the current curve plot showing duty cycle with current vs number of drivers on. If you use ULNA instead it has 8 drivers. You can drive either chip directly from the MCU output without using a current limiting resistor.

The resistor is within the chip.

IC – ULN2003A (High Voltage & Current Darlington Transistor Arrays)

Start with the stepper and the ULNA. With the ULN inputs floating the outputs should be pulled up uln22003a the stepper coils. If not remove the ULN.

If still not high there is something fishy with the stepper. If High now, you have a problem with the ULN. If not, there is a problem with the ULN. Whether the stepper will work at all at 9V is another question. You can try that manually by energising the coils in the appropriate sequence. As for the ARM, try first whether you can switch the pin s high and low without anything connected.

IC – ULNA India

Ukn2003a not, correct your code. I can’t find the current, let’s assume 1 mA. An LPC can deliver 1 mA, but its output will be somewhat below its power supply, the datasheet states a drop of 0. When the LPC is powered at 3. It will probably work, but I would not trust it in a serious product. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

ULN Pin Description | Current Driver IC | ULN Datasheet

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ulnn2003a it safe to drive the motor at 9V with ULNa? Got the grounds of the 2 supplies connected together?


Dean yes, I did. I am not sure what the COM pin’s function is.

I read the datasheet, but I dont find ul2n003a info in it. Pin 8 is the GND. Then pin 9 which i think your referring to enables the common freewheeling diodes. The outputs are “open collector”. How do you have the outputs connected?

If you post a schematic it would be helpfull. You need pull-up resistors on the outputs or whatever load you want to drive.

I want to drive a stepper motor with this ulna IC. Do I have to connect any resistors at input pin to protect the MCU pins from getting fried? How do I give supply to the stepper motor? No, the base resistors are included in the ULNA. SteveR 1, 8 While I can imagine you can increase current I’m not sure you can presume the current is always evenly distributed between the two outputs. Wouter van Ooijen Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.