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Part Number: LMG1205
Just saw the LMG1205 is similar with LM5113. But it might do something improvement in LMG1205.
May I know what is the different ?
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In reply to Lixing Fu:
Does the LMG1205 solve the silicon bug in the LM5113 reported here?:
In reply to Mike Twieg:
Hi Mike, Yes, the LMG1205 fixes the issues you found in that thread. Thanks again for bringing that to our attention so we could get it fixed. Regards, Nathan
Hi Mike, Yes, LMG1205 addresses the issues you reported with your LM5113 design. Please try to use LMG1205 in your application if possible. Thanks and regards, Lixing
Is the dead time improved in LMG1205 ?
In reply to Brendon Jhao13:
Both LM5113 and LMG1205 are using independent input signals for HS and LS. If you are referring to the rise/fall time of the driver output, LMG1205 is the same as LM5113 on rise time, and 2ns longer on fall time.
Thanks and regards,
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