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Data Sheet No. PD Rev. IR V max. IR 20ns max. Propagation delays are matched to simplify use in high frequency applications. Please refer to our Application Notes and DesignTips for proper circuit board layout.
Tolerant to negative transient voltage. Separate logic supply range from 3. Product Summary. V OUT. Delay Matching IR 10 ns max. IGBT drivers with independent high and low side referenced output chan-. Logic inputs are compatible with. The output. Also available. Typical Connection. SD SD. V CC LO. Refer to Lead Assignments for correct pin configuration.
No Preview Available! Absolute Maximum Ratings. Absolute maximum ratings indicate sustained limits beyond which damage to the device may occur.
All voltage param-. The thermal resistance and power dissipation ratings are measured. Additional information is shown in Figures 28 through V B High side floating supply voltage IR High side floating supply offset voltage.
High side floating output voltage. Low side fixed supply voltage. Low side output voltage. Logic supply voltage.
Logic supply offset voltage. Allowable offset supply voltage transient figure 2. R THJA. Thermal resistance, junction to ambient. T J Junction temperature. T S Storage temperature. T L Lead temperature soldering, 10 seconds. Recommended Operating Conditions. For proper operation the device should be used within the.