Part Number: UCC24610 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC28730-Q1 ,
A lot of GaN applications require 6V for various biasing purposes.
In this regard, can we use the eval circuit given for UCC28730-q1 for 6v output?
UCC24610 is "optimized" for 5V output…
Part Number: UCC24610 Hi, if you disable a Synchronous Rectifier, you will still get output through the body diode of the power FET correct?
Does TI make an SR control chip that will shut off the power completely? To do this I believe it will need the ability…
Part Number: UCC24610 Hi there,
I am attempting to figure out the voltage clamp architecture on the TI UCC24610 chip for the drain and source sense pins:
The datasheet notes that it has a ~50V maximum rating:
Would any of the applications or design…
Thank you for your opinion. >> I would suggest placing a capacitor in series with the sync resistor instead. Could you show me that schematic? And, do you know how to simulate for UCC24610?
If we can prove to adjust or set for dead time(or…
Part Number: UCC24610 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC24612 Hi,
Can you help to advise whether how can we achieve the Vout: 9V@2A by using UCC24610. Can you help to share the calculation of external components? Below is the schematic for your advise…
Part Number: UCC24610 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC29950 , LM258 Team,
TIDA-00704 was designed to support output voltages of 20 to 32V. We have a customer who needs to know how this should be modified to support 12V out.
This design uses UCC24610…
Part Number: UCC28780 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC24610 , , UCC24612 Question: everybody is suggesting the use of general MOSFET drivers to adapt to GaN by adjusting to 5V drive levels.
So, why can I not use UCC24610 for driving the synchronous…
Part Number: UCC24612 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC24610 ,
My power module customer asked
1. Whether UCC24612/UCC24610 could be used in Forward? Please describe it in detail.
I find a materials as below, why Control SR cannot control…
Part Number: UCC24610
We are facing the problem that there is no gate drive signal from the IC.
This is the synchronous rectification schematic for our LLC converter.
Vout is 4.9 Volts, Synch is floating, EN/TOFF is 2.5V
Here is a screenshot…