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Looking for an 'equivalent' device to the FAN7380, but does not have to be a drop-in replacement. It DOES need to operate at 20V. I'm thinking the LM510x-series might be suitable, or the LM27222. Do we have an XRef comparison I can use to convince the designer our GaN is best?
Does it need to be 600V?
Does it need to be 8-pin?
Is 20V VDD (or VCC) continuous (DC) or is it transient?
I will recommend the part based your answers.
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In reply to Ritesh Oza:
Just to close this off, driving signal is 20V square wave to a piezo buzzer. The circuit was redesigned with FETs, so no need for the H-Bridge driver.
In reply to LeonardEllis:
Ok. But I think the discrete solution would consume more space and might not have all the other functionalities that driver can provide.
Let me know if I can be of any help.
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