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resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0196 [30 Jul 2021 07:18] Victor Calinao, Jrresources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0196 [29 Sep 2021 05:23] (current) – design support link update Trisha Cabildo
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 [[ADI>CN0196]] is an H-bridge composed of high power switching MOSFETs that are controlled by low voltage logic signals. The circuit provides a convenient interface between logic signals and the high power bridge. The bridge uses low cost N-channel power MOSFETs for both the high and low sides of the H-bridge. The circuit also provides galvanic isolation between the control side and power side. This circuit can be used in motor control, power conversion with embedded control interface, lighting, audio amplifiers, and uninterruptable power supplies (UPS). [[ADI>CN0196]] is an H-bridge composed of high power switching MOSFETs that are controlled by low voltage logic signals. The circuit provides a convenient interface between logic signals and the high power bridge. The bridge uses low cost N-channel power MOSFETs for both the high and low sides of the H-bridge. The circuit also provides galvanic isolation between the control side and power side. This circuit can be used in motor control, power conversion with embedded control interface, lighting, audio amplifiers, and uninterruptable power supplies (UPS).
-Modern microprocessors and microconverters are generally low power and operate on low supply voltages. Source and sink current for 2.5 V CMOS logic outputs ranges from μA to mA . Driving an H-bridge switching 12 V with a 4 A peak current requires the use of carefully selected interface and level translation components, especially if low jitter is needed.+Modern microprocessors and micro converters are generally low power and operate on low supply voltages. Source and sink current for 2.5 V CMOS logic outputs ranges from μA to mA . Driving an H-bridge switching 12 V with a 4 A peak current requires the use of carefully selected interface and level translation components, especially if low jitter is needed.
  
 The [[ADI>ADG787]] is a low voltage CMOS device that contains two independently selectable single-pole double-throw (SPDT) switches. With a 5 V dc power supply, a voltage as low as 2 V is a valid high input logic voltage. Therefore, the [[ADI>ADG787]] provides appropriate level translation from the 2.5 V controlling signal to the 5 V logic level needed to drive the ADuM7234 half-bridge driver. The [[ADI>ADG787]] is a low voltage CMOS device that contains two independently selectable single-pole double-throw (SPDT) switches. With a 5 V dc power supply, a voltage as low as 2 V is a valid high input logic voltage. Therefore, the [[ADI>ADG787]] provides appropriate level translation from the 2.5 V controlling signal to the 5 V logic level needed to drive the ADuM7234 half-bridge driver.
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-[[adi>CN0196-DesignSupport|EVAL-CN0196-EB1Z Design & Integration Files]]+[[adi>media/en/reference-design-documentation/design-integration-files/CN0196-DesignSupport.zip|EVAL-CN0196-EB1Z Design & Integration Files]]
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   * PCB Layout    * PCB Layout 
   * Bill of Materials    * Bill of Materials 
   * PADS project   * PADS project
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resources/eval/user-guides/circuits-from-the-lab/cn0196.txt · Last modified: 29 Sep 2021 05:23 by Trisha Cabildo