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Part Number: DRV8662EVM
Hope you are well. I've previously asked about connecting multiple actuators for the DRV8662EVM, and the suggestion was to use FETs to switch between actuators. (https://e2e.ti.com/support/other_analog/haptics/f/927/t/589703)
We've tried to use such method with a 100V MOSFET from Infineon (072N10N), but we're having some difficulties. From what I understand, our issue is that the capacitance is high for MOSFETs, so there is coupling of signals, especially a problem when using FETs for AC signals.
If it's not too much trouble, would it be possible for you to suggest some MOSFETs that are compatible with the DRV8662EVM or other switching methods?
Thank you and hope to hear from you soon.
In reply to Kate Lee:
I am really sorry for the delayed answer.
I will check this issue with our team and get back to you as soon as possible!
In reply to Marko Grdakovic:
Regards,Kelly GriffinApplication Engineer
In reply to Kelly Griffin:
No worries and thank you for your reply. Just to confirm, would this work for AC switching as well? From what I understand, AC switching requires two MOSFETs connected by gate and source. With a smaller FET, could we simply use 1 for switching?
Thank you for your help.
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