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Part Number: ISO5500EVM
I am trying to drive a n-mosfet (30n60 IC) with ISO5500EVM. The issue is, I am not getting the control signal given to input put PIN (TP4) in the left side at output side .(Vout in the right side)My connections areleft side5 Volt between TP10 and TP9control signal to TP4TP3 and TP4 are connected to the groundright sideS, D, and G points are connected to source , drain and gate of the mosfet. And a load is connected to the mosfet and 20 volts is given between the mosfet and the load.15 Volt is given between TP12 and TP11It would be really helpful if you could let me know the correct connections.
Gate Driver Applications Engineering Manager
Dallas, TX USA
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It may due to incorrect connection on the DESAT pin. Could you please try to connect JMP2 to see if you can get an output?
Also could you draw a schematic of the MOSFET connection to the external 20V supply?
In reply to Don Dapkus:
In reply to Xiong Li:
This is my conenction . I have connected JMP2 and still not getting the output signal at Gate .
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