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Article: Peak Current of Isolated Gate Drivers

2020-12-08T10:24:06-06:00December 8th, 2020|Categories: Analog Devices, Article, Featured|

One of the key metrics when choosing a gate driver is peak current. During the process of examining various competitor datasheets, make sure peak current is compared in a like-for-like manner. One question often comes up when considering what gate driver to use for an application: What is the peak current that a driver

Analog Devices ADuM4221

2020-09-10T15:55:48-05:00September 2nd, 2020|Categories: Analog Devices, Featured, Gate Driver ICs|

Key performance specifications of the ADuM4221 include excellent noise immunity (CMTI of 150/µs), a critical metric in fast-switching/high EMI environments, and improved thermal performance through low Rdson, both of which allow a customer to take full advantage of the output power and efficiency that SiC and GaN technologies have to offer. The ADuM4221 is a

On-demand Webinar: Standing Out from the Crowd! A Deeper Look into GaN and SiC Products

2020-07-08T17:11:05-05:00July 3rd, 2020|Categories: Analog Devices, Events, Featured, Webinar|

Now available on-demand! Hosted by Power Systems Design, featuring Cree, Power Integrations and Analog Devices Now wide bandgap materials are established in the marketplace and being deployed in many applications, manufacturers are looking for ways to differentiate their products from the competition. Packaging, integration and higher voltage capabilities are just some of the

iCoupler Technology Benefits GaN Transistors in AC/DC Designs

2020-06-23T16:38:22-05:00June 23rd, 2020|Categories: Analog Devices, Article, Featured|

Highly efficient ac/dc power supplies are key to the evolution of the telecom and datacom infrastructure, as power consumption grows rapidly due to hyperscale data centers, enterprise servers, or telecom switching stations. However, the power electronics industry has reached the theoretical limit of silicon MOSFETs. Meanwhile, recent gallium nitride (GaN) transistors have emerged as

Important Characteristics of Insulated Gate Drivers

2020-06-11T14:57:07-05:00June 11th, 2020|Categories: Analog Devices, Article, Featured|

In power electronics, as found, for example, in drive technology, IGBTs are frequently used for high voltage and high current switching. These power transistors are voltage controlled and produce their main losses during switching. To minimize the switching losses, it is desirable to have short switching times. However, fast switching simultaneously conceals the danger

PowerUp Expo

2020-06-04T14:38:29-05:00June 4th, 2020|Categories: Analog Devices, Events, Featured, GaN Systems, Microchip, Vincotech, Wolfspeed|

Join Richardson RFPD at PowerUp Expo, a virtual conference and exhibition focusing on power electronics. Richardson RFPD will be highlighting the latest GaN and SiC evaluation platforms and reference designs from industry-leading suppliers Analog Devices, GaN Systems, Microchip, Wolfspeed, Vincotech and more to help speed your time to market integrating these innovative technologies. Visit

Analog Devices EVAL-ADUM4135EBZ

2020-07-08T10:45:54-05:00May 10th, 2020|Categories: Analog Devices, Featured, Gate Driver Evaluation Products|

The EVAL-ADuM4135EBZ supports the ADuM4135 advanced isolated gate driver. Because the evaluation board has footprints for insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) and metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFETs) in TO-252, TO-220, and 0.100” spaced lead packages, the ADuM4135 can be evaluated with many different power devices. The EVAL-ADuM4135EBZ comes with footprints to facilitate

Evaluation Board for Analog Devices’ iCoupler® Gate Drivers

2020-07-08T10:47:06-05:00April 4th, 2020|Categories: Analog Devices, Featured, Gate Driver Evaluation Products|

The EVAL-ADuM4121EBZ evaluation board supports the ADuM4121 single-channel gate drivers with an integrated miller clamp. Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology provides isolation between the input signal and the output gate driver. The ADuM4121 provides operation with voltages of up to 35 V. The integrated miller clamp activates on the falling edge of an edge

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