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Part Number: TIDA-00917
I am trying to implement the auto reset circuit (TIDA-00917, page no.11) in my gate driver. But when i analyzing the circuit i got a doubt. when RDY pin is low , the diode D10 becomes forward biased & C8 will discharge, this will cause a peak current to flow in the diode which is 5/0.2 = 25A , where 0.2ohm is approx diode forward resistance taken from diode datasheet. This current may destroy the device. Please solve my query.
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In reply to Pawan N:
can u please provide me the TINA file of ISO5852 , so that i can simulate
In reply to naga sahitya:
I have added the auto reset circuit in ISO5851 TINA file . when i am trying to simulate, it is showing an error. Access violation at address 00911894 in module TIN.EXE . Read of address 0000009c. please help me. I have attached the updated TINA file
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