I need to protect a number of 24V stepper motor drivers from cable disconnects as described in "Adding diodes to easy driver stepper motor driver". This means using eight Schottky diodes with a forward voltage <= 400 mV at >= 1.5 A in a bridge rectifier configuration, as follows:
I will be designing PCBs for these and then soldering all components by hand. SMD components are fine.
However, I need to protect 20 stepper drivers and I would prefer to avoid dealing with hundreds of discrete diodes if I could just buy one or two ICs per stepper driver. I have found ICs containing eight diodes at a time, arranged in a dual bridge-rectifier configuration, but only with much higher forward voltages at lower currents. They seem to be for different purposes entirely.
My best guess is that I am searching incorrectly, and such a product likely exists but I don't know the correct name or terminology. What is the correct name for an IC consisting of some multiple of two (two, four, etc.) Schottky diodes arranged in this configuration as protection circuitry?