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Re: SEMIDRIVER ...
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- Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2005 12:20:34 -0600
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Original poster: Steve Ward <steve.ward@xxxxxxxxx>
Those dont look too good to me. Max switching frequency is 50khz, and
the delay times are 1.15uS. Maybe usable at 20khz or something, but
not for tesla use in general. I would have no idea how to get them,
but i wouldnt worry about them because they dont look that good,
especially when you can design your own that switches big IGBT bricks
on the order of 400nS.
On 4/17/05, Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: "Rajesh Seenivasan" <rajeshkvs@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Dear forum members,
> Please have a look at this item in ebay:
> Using that gate driver seems to be very very easy. Is anybody having used,
> surplus gate drivers like
> this ? If so, how can I get them ? Is it possible for me to get samples of
> those gate drivers ?
> The gate driver 'SEMIDRIVER' is also included in this auction:
> This gate driver is a 50kHz(max), +15/-8V, 8A peak output driver. Similar
> gate drivers are found in
> the semikron's website: