Trinamic’s advanced microsystems transform digital information into physical motion.

Trinamic Motion Control

At Trinamic, we believe that motion control should be precise and dependable. Motors should work efficiently, smoothly, and quietly. Our products enable today's software engineers to develop and deliver cutting edge solutions reliably and quickly.

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Latest Products

TMC8460 EtherCAT Slave Controller

TMC8460 is the first EtherCAT slave controller IC to incorporate PWM and Step/Dir I/O peripherals that doesn't require application processor firmware routing. This eliminates latency, for applications that require real-time response.

TMC2208 Stepper Motor Driver

The TMC2208-LA and TMC2224-LA are the easiest monolithic stepper motor drivers to implement on the market today for up to 1.2A RMS. Both come with stealthChop™ for noiseless, sinusoidal control of motor phases and are controlled over a step and direction interface.

PD42-1070 Family

The PD42-1070 family was developed specifically to simplify the development of devices. The NEMA17 stepper motors will feature amplifiers preconfigured for the motor types and controlled via step and direction signals. All drives are preset to stealthChop™ mode with 256 microsteps.

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Why Trinamic?

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Trinamic, the global leader in embedded motor and motion control, has become synonymous with precision, reliability, and efficiency. Our expert engineers use their decades of experience in solving real-world problems to deliver cutting-edge ICs and microsystems that connect the digital and physical worlds.

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Whether it's components and systems for 3D printing, IoT, medical technology or electrical automation, upcoming trade shows offer plenty of opportunities to find out about the latest trends in motion control.

Meet our motor control specialists at the trade shows to see the latest applications and learn about how our  products and solutions can meet your specific application needs.

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