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SN6501-Q1: Push Pull transformer Driver IC SN6501

Part Number: SN6501-Q1
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN6501, SN6505A-Q1, SN6505A, SN6505B, SN6505B-Q1, , SN6505D-Q1


I want to design a compact power supply having output voltage of +15/-5 V and input voltage of 5V for the application SiC MOSFET gate driver.

For that I want to use Small push pull transformer driver IC (SN6501) which is not available due to semiconductor shortage.

Is there any Compact push pull transformer driver IC available with TI?

Kindly share me the possible solution as soon as possible.Thank you

  • Hi Gp,

    Thank you for posting to E2E!

    TI offers two push-pull isolation transformer driver device families, SN6501 and SN6505x. SN6505 is available in SN6505A, SN6505A-Q1, SN6505B, SN6505B-Q1 and SN6505D-Q1 versions. SN6505A devices have lower switching frequencies than the other devices, so they are not always compatible with isolation transformers used with SN6501 or SN6505B/D-Q1. SN6505 devices are footprint-compatible with each other and can be configured to be footprint-compatible with SN6501 by connecting the CLK pin net to GND or including an option to do so. SN6501 and SN6505 devices both have automotive versions (SN6501-Q1 and SN6505A/B/D-Q1 respectively) available that are footprint compatible with their industrial versions and functionally identical. 

    Due to large demand of devices across products, we do not have any of these part numbers available on, and TI does not have any other push-pull isolation transformer driver devices. We recommend you subscribe to be notified once any of the devices you are interested comes back in stock by clicking on the "Notify me when available" button under "Ordering & quality" tab on any of the devices' product pages as shown below:

    Let us know if you have any further questions.

    Thank you,
    Manuel Chavez