I'm interesting to the performance of integrated isolated power in ISOW7841F.
The operating temp. of ISOW7841F is -40degC to +125degC in datasheet.
Is the operating temp. listricted by integrated isolated power performance ?
In case of using ISOW7841F at lower temp. than -40deg.C, How such a thing can occur?
I want to know the fail mode.
If it's possible, I want use the ISOW7841F at -45deg.C to -55deg.C.
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In reply to Abhi Aarey:
Thank you for your reply.
I'm so sorry to delay my reply.
I look forward to you getting the good result.
>Can you please let us know what is the end application ?
Now, I can not mention the end application, because we use ISOW7841F in development product.
In the furture, we hope to use it in High reliability product. So, we hope that ISOW7841F is upgrated to EP level product.
>A simplified block diagram will also help too, if possible.
We do not use the digital isolation portion in ISOW7841F.
We use the integrated power supply portion only.
We want small, isolation and PCB mounting available DCDC conveter.
So, we use ISOW7841F as the best one for our requirement.
In reply to user1812853:
In reply to Koteshwar Rao:
Thank you for your reply and suggestion.
I hope to discuss more detail wih email
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