Part Number: UCC27282 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC27289 , UCC27288 , , UCC27284
Hi, TI expert
I am looking for a gate driver device, it is photovoltaic application.
I see there are some devices which meet my requirement, some questions:
Part Number: UCC27289 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC27284 Hi,
I have seen huge current drawn in VDD pin on Pspice models for UCC27289 and also at least for UCC27284. The finding can easily be seen for example ucc27289.opj project provided by TI …
Part Number: UCC27289 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PSPICE-FOR-TI , UCC27282 Hello,
I am looking at the UCC27289 in some new product development. Our design team needs to get their hands on an unencrypted version of the Spice files to simulate the gate…
Part Number: UCC27289 Hi Team,
Cause need replace PTC PT5619 http://www.princeton.com.tw/Portals/0/Product/PT5619-s.pdf ，
but UCC27289 is half bridge gate driver,
ti have Three-Phase Gate Driver solution and funtion is same PT5619?
Part Number: UCC27289 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC27714 Hi,
Can the UCC27289 use on the two switches topology?
There has another power for the HB pin, and the switch turns on together.
thanks and best regards
Part Number: UCC27289 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: AFE5832 , LM3488 , TX7332 , TIDA-010057 , Hello TI experts,
Last time I asked about LM3488, for operating 4 x TX7332 and 2 x AFE5832 based on TIDA-010057.
Part Number: UCC27289 Hi all,
Is it possible to use a pair of UCC27289 to drive an external h-bridge for brushed motor?
Is there an example scheme or an application note that shows the configuration?
Thank you for reaching out! UCC27289 will be the best alternative device here. UCC27289 is a 3A driver instead of the 4A offered by UCC27211, but UCC27289 also includes an enable function, supports 8V UVLO, and is also a 120V Half Bridge driver…
Part Number: LM25101 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC27289 , SN6501 Hi,
We found there is about 6V on HS when LM25101 is used to driver the high-side and the low-side N-Channel MOSFETs in a synchronous buck. The VDD is 10V.
It can be p ulled down to…