The TIDA-01389 is a small-footprint motor control module intended for sunroof and window lift applications. This TI Design uses the DRV8703-Q1 gate driver with an integrated current-shunt amplifier alongside two dual-package automotive-qualified MOSFETs, to create a very small power stage layout compared to typical relay solutions. This design also includes two of TI’s DRV5013-Q1 latching hall sensors, which are used to encode the motor position. The TIDA-01389 is a small-footprint power sunroof module designed to show the board space savings and integrated feature set of several TI automotive-qualified devices. This design includes TI’s DRV8703Q1 gate driver, DRV5013-Q1 latching hall sensors, and TPS7B6933QDBVR-Q1 3.3-V low-dropout (LDO) regulator. The key characteristics and reasons for design selection are outlined in the following sections. The DRV8703-Q1 is an H-bridge gate driver IC that controls four external MOSFETs arranged in an H-bridge configuration in this design. This device offers a high level of integration, which is used in this design for anti-pinch detection, overcurrent protection (OCP), undervoltage protection (UVP), and overtemperature protection (OTP). The...