Part Number: LM5100A Hi, we are now facing this issue.
In the part number LM5100A datasheet stated as below:
If the criteria that stated in the datasheet highlighted as below not meet, what is the impact and will it cause damage to the component with a…
Part Number: LM5101A Hello team,
Most gate driver products have peak current rating specifications (DC and pulse) in the Absolute Maximum Ratings table. However, this product does not specify the maximum peak current of the output terminal (HO-3 terminal…
Part Number: LM5101A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA240 Hi,
I attached a reliable design for ec-motor control with a 24 V supply.
Actually I exmaine wether this design is also working with a 48V power supply, an I found, that is no problem,
Part Number: LM5101A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5101 Hi TI Team,
I am facing LM5101A HS and GND short circuit issue. I need your support to resolve. I will share all data by mail. Kindly support by offline.
Part Number: LM5101A Hi
in customer's system, LM5101A is used to drive hard switch full bridge MOSFETs
below is the waveform on HO-HS, -2.75V negative voltage can be seen.
customer want to know if LM5101A can support this -2.75V? is there any risk…
Part Number: LM5101A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5101 , Hello.
LM5101 finds problems in testing, and TI needs to help confirm.
When LM5101 is used, when the LM5101 5pin(HI) and 6pin(LI) level are low, the 3pin(HO) level output is high. The actual…
Part Number: LM5101A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC27210 Hi, team,
My customer has one question about LM5101A, please help look into it and reply.
In LM5101A datasheet abs. maximum ratings table, LO output min is -0.3V. Is it a DC voltage value…
Part Number: LM5101A From my customer who is qualifying this device for their new project:
Engineering team found that the voltage applied to pin 6 is being exceeded on the negative side slightly:
“During routine testing, an over-voltage on this driver…
Here is the website I used to estimate the bootstrap cap.
It allows you to calculate for a max of 4 MOSFETs. So I started with 1, then 2, then 3, then 4 to see the pattern and I extrapolated…