Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC21739-Q1, UCC21710-Q1, UCC21750, UCC21736-Q1
I need a high current gate driver and all of these drivers meet my needs. But I need to pick one or two. I went through the datasheets and found no differences between:
|UCC21750 & -Q1 version|
other than internal or external miller clamp. Even then, 21732-Q1 and 21739-Q1, both, have external miller clamps. Whereas the internal clamp is also available on multiple parts. Furthermore, aside from the AIN pin and its use,
is also almost the same as these (the max distortion is 25ns as opposed to 30ns for the other parts on my list).
My question, therefore, is this: if I am not using the Miller clamp or the isolated analog input on the AIN pin, are all these drivers equivalent? Can I use any one on the same PCB regardless of which one I design with? My DC bus will not exceed 800 Volts and my inverter does not need to meet any regulatory approvals.
Furthermore, I would like to know the difference between 21732-Q1 and 21739-Q1; and also between 21710-Q1, 21750, and 21750-Q1 aside from the -Q1.