A New Automotive Qualified High Current Isolated Gate Driver

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In this video we would like to introduce a new high-current isolated gate driver suitable for a variety of applications, from silicon MOSFETs and IGBTs to the latest high power SiC MOSFETs. This new driver is capable of sourcing and sinking 20 amperes of current.  We will also review key characteristics used to select the optimum Gate Driver and additional features that improve system robustness.

Presenter :
Mitch Van Ochten, Applications Engineer.

Mitch Van Ochten is currently an Applications Engineer for ROHM Semiconductor. His power electronics experience includes design of Gate Drivers for High Frequency Welders and for a 2.2 MW Wind Turbine Converter. Mitch is a Senior Member of the IEEE and holds five US Patents.