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    Hi dglman, BTS716S is the good replacment for...

    Hi dglman,

    BTS716S is the good replacment for IPS6044, but note the switching time difference between both parts.

    We do not recommend to let ST pins floating, you can pull it up or down.
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    Hi Kiran, To protect the MOSFET the voltage...

    Hi Kiran,

    To protect the MOSFET the voltage rating should be larger than battery voltage rating, IPT015N10N5 would be better.

    For gate driver selection the frequency, gate peak current and...
  3. Thread: IR2110 high side

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    Hello, IR2110 is a bootstrap gate driver,...

    Hello,

    IR2110 is a bootstrap gate driver, before design you should understand the thoery of bootstrap circuit first. Following app notes may help:...
  4. Hi Felix, We regret there is no Evalboard...

    Hi Felix,

    We regret there is no Evalboard available for purchase.

    The document you mentioned shows a possible example schematic and layout. Feel free to use it in your application.
    ...
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    Idrv = Qg(total) / T(on) The faster the turn...

    Idrv = Qg(total) / T(on)

    The faster the turn on required, the higher is the drive current
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    low Qoss (or low Co(tr)), low Qg, low Eoff,...

    low Qoss (or low Co(tr)), low Qg, low Eoff, rugged body diode
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    RthJC is the thermal impedance between Junction...

    RthJC is the thermal impedance between Junction to Case. This is the same irrespective of the package type, except for Full PAK where the mold compound is different / thicker adding thermal...
  8. Repetitive avalanche energy is the maximum...

    Repetitive avalanche energy is the maximum permissible reverse-voltage breakdown energy in continuous operation while observing the maximum permissible chip temperature. Repetitive avalanche...
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    The maximum allowed energy that can be dissipated...

    The maximum allowed energy that can be dissipated in the device during a single avalanche operation (i.e. during turn off of an unclamped inductive load) at IAR and at a starting temperature of 25C....
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