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Part Number: UCC23513
My colleagues have just published a White Paper, titled, "How Capacitive Isolation Solves Key Challenges in AC Motor Drives." You can find it here:
Signal and power isolation help ensure reliable operation of AC motor drive systems and protect human operators from high voltages. Not all isolation technologies are created equal, however, especially in terms of device lifetime and temperature performance. This white paper compares Texas Instruments’ (TI) capacitive-based isolation technology with traditional isolation technology when solving alternating current (AC) motor design challenges, including isolating gate drivers in the power stage, isolating voltage or current feedback, or isolating digital inputs in the control module.
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