Electronic Drivers

Electronic Drivers

Gate Drivers optimize automotive fuel efficiency.

Gate Drivers FAN7080, FAN7081, FAN7083, and FAN7085 drive MOSFETs and IGBTs in high side and bridge driver applications such as direct fuel injection systems and motor controls. They offer 100 Â-µA quiescent power consumption as well as high transient voltage performance, optimizing noise immunity in harsh environments. Qualified to AEC-Q100 standard, units are designed to handle negative...

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Gate Drivers control power semiconductor applications.
Electronic Drivers

Gate Drivers control power semiconductor applications.

Incorporating isolated power supplies and protection features required for safe operation of power stages, IGBT and SCR Gate Drivers include isolated analog feedback of critical power stage parameters, DC bus voltage, output current, and device temperature. IGBT gate drivers control 2-6 IGBTs at currents in excess of 1,400 A, while SCR gate drivers control up to 12 SCRs, making them suited for ac...

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Driver Family Extension Meets Demands of Next Generation LEDs

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK- February 24, 2009 - The RCD series of constant current LED Drivers from Recom has been extended to a maximum of 1200mA to provide the higher currents needed by the next generation of high brightness LEDs. The RCD-24-1.0 and RCD-24-1.2 DC/DC converters deliver a stable maximum current of 1A or 1.2A respectively from a wide input voltage range of between 5V and 36VDC. The...

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Display Driver is optimized for GIP-based LCD TVs.
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Display Driver is optimized for GIP-based LCD TVs.

Integrating high-speed operational amplifier to drive LCD backplane (VCOM), model MAX17108 enables implementation of gate-in-panel (GIP) technology in LCD panels. It includes 10-channel, level-shifting scan driver that can swing from -12 to +38 V and drive capacitive loads, and one linear regulator to provide internal bias for step-up controller. Amplifier features rail-to-rail outputs, Â-

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HB LED Driver supports green lighting designs.
Electronic Drivers

HB LED Driver supports green lighting designs.

Designed for boost, buck-boost, SEPIC, and high-side buck topologies, MAX16834 integrates high-side, current-sense amplifier, one PWM-dimming MOSFET driver, and protection circuitry. It achieves 3000:1 PWM-dimming range, and offers analog dimming that allows LED current to be controlled by external dc voltage. Providing more than 92% input power factor correction and thermal-foldback protection,...

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LED Driver delivers full-range, flicker-free dimming.
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LED Driver delivers full-range, flicker-free dimming.

Offered in 10-pin mini SOIC package, LM3445 enables off-line, uniform, flicker-free dimming of high-brightness LEDs with TRIAC forward or reverse phase-control wall dimmer. It delivers full 100:1 range of dimming capability and can maintain greater than 1 A of constant current to LED strings. With control architecture that maintains constant ripple through LEDs, driver maximizes light output for...

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Electronic Drivers

Low-Side Gate Drivers promote power supply efficiency.

Comprised of single 1 and 9 A drivers, FAN31xx and FAN32xx series are suited for use in switch-mode power-supply (SMPS) designs, synchronous rectifiers, pulse transformer drivers, and motor control circuits. FAN31xx series carries max rating of 20 V and offers choice of TTL or CMOS input thresholds as well as 2 inputs for each channel (dual-input or input+enable). Multiple package options are...

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MOSFET Driver offers 20 A/23 V ratings in compact footprint.

Optimized for V-Core power supplies in mobile computing and graphics applications, MP8698 features 23 V max input voltage and delivers up to 20 A continuous load from 5 x 5 mm footprint. Integrated monolithic driver and MOSFET solution enables higher-density power delivery at increased switching frequencies, reducing need for bulk capacitance as well as board space requirements.

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