Part Number: TIDA-01160 The TIDA-01160 is design for 1.5W power,but in chapter 18.104.22.168,we can see the power loss of gate drive is only for 0.11W.
Is this setting suitable ?
The setting of the inductance value also has the same question.
Part Number: TIDA-01160 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC21520 Hello all,
I want to use the gate driver power supply used in the TIDA-01160 to power the output of a dual-channel gate driver 'UCC21520' and not a single-channel gate driver like in the reference…
Part Number: TIDA-01160 Hi team,
I'm trying to simulate the UCC5320SCD isolated gate driver in the PSpice for TI but I always have -8 V as output. I used diferent ground sources from the primary to the secundary without success. The figure below shows…
Part Number: TIDA-01160 Dear all,
Can I receive transformer order details and how do I order from the company?
I've requested twice in the past two weeks through the company's website, but I haven't received a reply yet. Can you give me the email address…
Part Number: TIDA-01160 Hello,
The transformer(750343468Rev02) used in reference design TIDA-01160 does not appear to be available anywhere. Can you please suggest a substitute assuming similar driver parameters? If there is another newer and similar…
Part Number: TIDA-01160 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC5320 Hi All,
Thanks for your time. I have a question in reference guide, which are:
1) In 22.214.171.124.1 Off to On Transition section, how about the value of r(on)? How about the value for Voltag…
I have a few clarifying questions.
Do you mean to say TIDA-01160? ( https://www.ti.com/tool/TIDA-01160 )
There is no TIDA-10606 and TIDA-01606 is a reference design for a solar power inverter.
Where is the LM431 in the reference design?
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