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[FAQ] UCC21710: based half-bridge gate driver reference design for Cree|Wolfspeed’s SiC MOSFETs and half bridge/six-pack modules

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Part Number: UCC21710

I am looking for a half-bridge gate driver reference design for Cree|Wolfspeed’s SiC MOSFETs and half-bridge/six-pack modules using TI's UCC21710 isolated gate driver including their new family of six-pack modules, Wolfspeed WolfPACK™CAB011M12FM3CAB016M12FM3CCB021M12FM3, and CCB032M12FM3.

Best regards,

Don Dapkus

Gate Driver Applications

Dallas, TX USA

 

We have an excellent training series that can help answer all your questions about our gate drivers. It is indexed so you can jump right to the section you want! You can find it here. A second series focused 100% on Isolated Gate drivers may be found here.

We also provide models for our gate drivers to accelerate your time to market. You can find them in the Product Folders under the "Design and development" tab:

  • Hello,

    We are finalizing the design of this reference design right now. Once it is complete, I will post addition information to this FAQ.

    You can find more information about this reference design using the UCC21710 to drive the Wolfspeed WolfPACK™ modules on Wolfspeed's website here.

    If you have any questions, please click the "Ask a related question" and we will be happy to help you.

    Best regards,

    Don Dapkus

    Gate Driver Applications

    Dallas, TX USA

     

    We have an excellent training series that can help answer all your questions about our gate drivers. It is indexed so you can jump right to the section you want! You can find it here. A second series focused 100% on Isolated Gate drivers may be found here.

    We also provide models for our gate drivers to accelerate your time to market. You can find them in the Product Folders under the "Design and development" tab:

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