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    Hi, Yes, it can be paralleled. But the...

    Hi,

    Yes, it can be paralleled.
    But the heat dissipation network has to be designed accordingly so that each FET's experience the same amount of thermal stress. If this fails during...
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    Hi, As per the datasheet of the 2EDN7523/524,...

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    As per the datasheet of the 2EDN7523/524, the ENA and ENB pins can be enabled by keeping it open. Hence as per the pin configurations, the pin 1 of TC4428A can be overlapped with ENA and...
  3. Hi, Please refer the following appnote to know...

    Hi,

    Please refer the following appnote to know more about different models available,...
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    Hi, Please find below the link to download...

    Hi,

    Please find below the link to download the handbook for HFT design.

    https://www.engineeringbookspdf.com/download/?file=3818

    This book has example case studies for fly back as well as...
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    Hi, The number of turns on the primary and...

    Hi,

    The number of turns on the primary and secondary depends on the following,
    1) The turns ratio.
    2) The voltage per turn rating of the wire used in the transformer winding.
    3) The total...
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    Hi, Please refer to the following links for...

    Hi,

    Please refer to the following links for automotive gate driver IC's for the required voltage range,
    ...
  7. Hi, Yes, you can use the declaration code...

    Hi,

    Yes, you can use the declaration code and your custom code along with it. This code is used for controlling 4 different loads with 4 digital inputs. Please make sure you are following the...
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    Hi David, Thank you for letting us know...

    Hi David,

    Thank you for letting us know about the issue in the app note. We are working internally on the revision.

    Regards,
    Abhilash P
  9. Hi, 1) is it possible to implement Arduino...

    Hi,

    1) is it possible to implement Arduino code to XMC1100 Boot Kit?
    Solution: Yes, it is possible. Please find the below image from the PROFET™ +2 12V Arduino Shield datasheet to confirm.
    ...
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    Hi, As per the explanation provided, the pin...

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    As per the explanation provided, the pin Vin of the MOSFET is a digital state pin and is used to control the state of the MOSFET. The pin 4 has to be connected to the battery voltage.
    Since...
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    Hi, Can you please share the circuit that...

    Hi,

    Can you please share the circuit that you have rigged up. It helps us in analyzing to what extent we can increase the gate resistance.

    Regards,
    Abhilash P
  12. Hi, For circuit connections using IR2110...

    Hi,

    For circuit connections using IR2110 Mosfet driver IC, please refer the following link

    https://components101.com/ics/ir2110-mosfet-driver-pinout-datasheet

    Can you please share your...
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    Hi, Can you please provide the image of your...

    Hi,

    Can you please provide the image of your circuit. I am using simetrix simulation tool and importing the ASC file is not possible in it.

    Regards,
    Abhilash P
  14. Hi, Adding to the previous response, yes...

    Hi,

    Adding to the previous response, yes it is possible to dim and brighten the fixture accordingly by varying the PWM signal from the Arduino.

    Regards,
    Abhilash P
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    Hi, From the data you have provided we...

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    From the data you have provided we tried analyzing the possible cause for the surge. Can you please provide the answers for the following questions so that it would be more helpful for us...
  16. Hi, As far as driving the gate of the...

    Hi,

    As far as driving the gate of the MOSFET using Arduino is concerned, a current amplifier circuit should be used. Since the output of the Arduino is not sufficient to drive the FET....
  17. Hi, Can you please provide the circuit...

    Hi,

    Can you please provide the circuit details for analyzing it and calculating the exact short circuit current.
    Also please provide the switching frequency and voltage levels.

    Regards,...
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    Hi, Can you look into the following...

    Hi,

    Can you look into the following MOSFET's whose parameters matches closely with your application and the gate driver circuit.

    IRFB4110Pbf
    IRFB4310Z
    IRFB4410
    IRFB4710

    Please let me...
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    Hi, As per the spec sheet of IR3555, it...

    Hi,

    As per the spec sheet of IR3555, it has cycle-by-cycle OCP.
    Hence you can replace IR3550 with IR3555 for your application.

    Regards,
    Abhilash P
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    Hi, Yes , at some point if the current is...

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    Yes , at some point if the current is too much it becomes difficult to turn OFF the MOSFET when it is hot enough. IF the Vds times Rdson is sufficiently large enough,
    the MOSFET continues...
  21. Hi, As per the required power...

    Hi,

    As per the required power specification, a Flyback topology is well preferred. It has less component count compared to half bridge and it is easy to control.

    Please find the attached...
  22. Hi, The maximum allowable power...

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    The maximum allowable power dissipation that will raise the die temperature to the maximum allowable when the case temperature is held at 25 C is important. It is given by Pd where:
    Pd =...
  23. Hi, To get the output as shown in the...

    Hi,

    To get the output as shown in the figure (fully rectified sine wave), please follow the steps,

    1) Use a proper filter circuit at the output (preferably LCL).
    2) The PWM duty has to...
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