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CSD88599Q5DC: What could be recommended for replacing this part?

Part Number: CSD88599Q5DC

I wanted to continue using thread https://e2e.ti.com/support/applications/motor_drivers/f/38/p/631056/2328299?tisearch=e2e-sitesearch&keymatch=CSD88599Q5DC#2328299 

but it is locked.

So, is there another half bridge for replacing this one with higher voltage?

  • Igor,

    At this time, there are no higher voltage power blocks in our catalog. What voltage rail are you operating at and what voltage power block would you want, if you don't mind me asking? 

    Best Regards!

    Brett Barr

    Product Marketing Engineer

  • In reply to Brett Barr1:

    Brett, 

    I'm using 12S, i.e. 48V - as same as in the previous thread. And need to support up to 200A

    I already found a solution -  IPT015N10N5 by Infineon  It is not as convenient as using your half bridge, but I could find nothing else that meets my requirements.

  • In reply to Igor Chudakov1:

    Thank you Igor,
    So it sounds like a 80V device would do the job. I'll make a note to circle back to this if it looks like we have something in development.

    Best Regards!

    Brett Barr

    Product Marketing Engineer

  • In reply to Brett Barr1:

    Brett,
    Yes, 80V would work too, but Rdson is better for the one, I've chosen.
    Originally I started with your part because of the exposed metal top. It is a brilliant idea!. As far as I understand it is not connected to any pin, is it?

    Igor
  • In reply to Igor Chudakov1:

    Igor,
    Thank you for the feedback - this is valuable input.

    The exposed metal top is electrically connected to PGND.

    Best Regards!

    Brett Barr

    Product Marketing Engineer

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