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UCC12050: VIOSM specification vs Surge capability (10kVpk)?

Part Number: UCC12050
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC12051-Q1, UCC12041-Q1

Team,

The datasheet gives on the first page the below:
https://www.ti.com/document-viewer/ucc12050/datasheet
  

and section 6.6 of the datasheet gives for VIOSM:
https://www.ti.com/document-viewer/UCC12050/datasheet/GUID-F8018FE2-A6FB-40DB-B46D-7D96FBE03D18#TITLE-SNVSB38X683_SF1

-How do those two values relates?
-Can the UCC12050 sustain a 10Kvpk surge? and under which definition/test/standard?

I have looked at the two below documents but still have difficulties to understand what the 10kVpk on the first page refers to:
   Addressing high-voltage design challenges with reliable and affordable isolation technologies: https://www.ti.com/lit/pdf/slyy204
   https://e2e.ti.com/blogs_/b/powerhouse/posts/isolation-101-how-to-find-the-right-isolation-solution-for-your-application 

Thanks in advance,

A.

  • AnBer,

    The device is 10 kVPK surge rated and qualified according to IEC latest standard IEC 60747-17 (previous was DIN VDE V 0884-11). If you look at the test conditions for the VDE it states 1.6 x VIOSM. VIOSM is 6250 VPK and 1.6*6250 VPK=10 kVPK. When discussing the general isolation rating of TI devices, we mostly refer to VISO as defined by UL1577 (Withstand Isolation Voltage) which is 5 kVRMS for UCC12051-Q1 and 3 kVRMS for UCC12041-Q1.

    Regards,

    Steve M