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 |[[adi>​media/​en/​technical-documentation/​application-notes/​an-1535.pdf|AN-1535]] ​ | {{:​resources:​generic_adum4135.png?​150 |}}**SiC Gate Driver Board:** [[adi>​media/​en/​technical-documentation/​application-notes/​an-1535.pdf|Generic Half Bridge Power Design]]\\ \\ The ADuM4135 is a single-channel gate driver specifically optimized for driving insulated IGBTs and SiC power switch'​s. Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology provides isolation between the input signal and the output gate drive. The ADuM4135 includes a Miller clamp to provide robust turn-off and the potential for dual supplies for SiC control and turn-off. The ADuM4135 has a typical drive capability of ~7A at 25V isolated supply voltage. ​ | [[adi>​ADum4135]] | |[[adi>​media/​en/​technical-documentation/​application-notes/​an-1535.pdf|AN-1535]] ​ | {{:​resources:​generic_adum4135.png?​150 |}}**SiC Gate Driver Board:** [[adi>​media/​en/​technical-documentation/​application-notes/​an-1535.pdf|Generic Half Bridge Power Design]]\\ \\ The ADuM4135 is a single-channel gate driver specifically optimized for driving insulated IGBTs and SiC power switch'​s. Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology provides isolation between the input signal and the output gate drive. The ADuM4135 includes a Miller clamp to provide robust turn-off and the potential for dual supplies for SiC control and turn-off. The ADuM4135 has a typical drive capability of ~7A at 25V isolated supply voltage. ​ | [[adi>​ADum4135]] |
 | [[adi>​EV-MS4135PL1Z-U1]] | {{:​resources:​adi_microsemi.png?​150 |}} **SiC Gate Driver Board:** [[/​resources/​eval/​eval-microsemi-sic-module| Half Bridge Power Design - Microsemi]] \\ \\ The ADuM4135 is a single-channel gate driver specifically optimized for driving insulated IGBTs and SiC power switch'​s. Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology provides isolation between the input signal and the output gate drive. The ADuM4135 includes a Miller clamp to provide robust IGBT turn-off and the potential for dual supplies for SiC control and turn-off. The ADuM4135 has a typical drive capability of ~7A at 25V isolated supply voltage, which makes it ideal for driving the Sic Module from Microsemi. ​ | [[adi>​ADum4135]] , [[adi>​LT3999 ​ ]]    , [[adi>​media/​en/​technical-documentation/​application-notes/​an-1536.pdf|AN-1536]] ​ | | [[adi>​EV-MS4135PL1Z-U1]] | {{:​resources:​adi_microsemi.png?​150 |}} **SiC Gate Driver Board:** [[/​resources/​eval/​eval-microsemi-sic-module| Half Bridge Power Design - Microsemi]] \\ \\ The ADuM4135 is a single-channel gate driver specifically optimized for driving insulated IGBTs and SiC power switch'​s. Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology provides isolation between the input signal and the output gate drive. The ADuM4135 includes a Miller clamp to provide robust IGBT turn-off and the potential for dual supplies for SiC control and turn-off. The ADuM4135 has a typical drive capability of ~7A at 25V isolated supply voltage, which makes it ideal for driving the Sic Module from Microsemi. ​ | [[adi>​ADum4135]] , [[adi>​LT3999 ​ ]]    , [[adi>​media/​en/​technical-documentation/​application-notes/​an-1536.pdf|AN-1536]] ​ |
-|[[adi>​media/​en/​technical-documentation/​application-notes/​an-16045.pdf|AN-1604]] | {{:​resources:​eval:​igbt.png?​150 | }} **IGBT Gate Driver Board:** [[/​resources/​eval/​eval-microsemi-IGBT-module| Half Bridge Power Design - Microsemi]] \\ \\ The ADuM4135 is a single-channel gate driver specifically optimized for driving insulated IGBTs and SiC power switch'​s. Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology provides isolation between the input signal and the output gate drive. The ADuM4135 includes a Miller clamp to provide robust IGBT turn-off and the potential for dual supplies for SiC control and turn-off. The ADuM4135 has a typical drive capability of ~7A at 25V isolated supply voltage, which makes it ideal for driving the APTGT75A120T1G IGBT Module from Microsemi. ​ | [[adi>​ADum4135]] , [[adi>​LT3999 ​ ]]    ,  |+|[[adi>​media/​en/​technical-documentation/​application-notes/​an-1604.pdf|AN-1604]] | {{:​resources:​eval:​igbt.png?​150 | }} **IGBT Gate Driver Board:** [[/​resources/​eval/​eval-microsemi-IGBT-module| Half Bridge Power Design - Microsemi]] \\ \\ The ADuM4135 is a single-channel gate driver specifically optimized for driving insulated IGBTs and SiC power switch'​s. Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology provides isolation between the input signal and the output gate drive. The ADuM4135 includes a Miller clamp to provide robust IGBT turn-off and the potential for dual supplies for SiC control and turn-off. The ADuM4135 has a typical drive capability of ~7A at 25V isolated supply voltage, which makes it ideal for driving the APTGT75A120T1G IGBT Module from Microsemi. ​ | [[adi>​ADum4135]] , [[adi>​LT3999 ​ ]]    ,  |
 | |{{:​resources:​dc-dc_wiki.png?​150 |}} **Charger System: ** [[/​resources/​eval/​eval-dcdc-charger | 30 KW SiC  Bidirectional DC-DC Charger]] ​  \\ \\ DC-Link Voltage 500V to 1000V, Battery Voltage from 50V to 1000V, DC/DC converter able to start from 0V on both sides, Power about 30kW/100A continuously,​ 45kW/150A peak (for about 5sec), Overlapping voltage ranges in both directions, Scalable with up to 10 “PowerLink” modules, Power Balancing between individual “PowerLinks” | [[adi>​ADum4135]] , [[adi>​LT3999]] | | |{{:​resources:​dc-dc_wiki.png?​150 |}} **Charger System: ** [[/​resources/​eval/​eval-dcdc-charger | 30 KW SiC  Bidirectional DC-DC Charger]] ​  \\ \\ DC-Link Voltage 500V to 1000V, Battery Voltage from 50V to 1000V, DC/DC converter able to start from 0V on both sides, Power about 30kW/100A continuously,​ 45kW/150A peak (for about 5sec), Overlapping voltage ranges in both directions, Scalable with up to 10 “PowerLink” modules, Power Balancing between individual “PowerLinks” | [[adi>​ADum4135]] , [[adi>​LT3999]] |
  
  
resources/powerconversion.txt · Last modified: 10 Feb 2021 14:07 by Robin Getz