MAXIM INTEGRATED MAX22700–MAX22702 Isolated Gate Drivers | New Product BriefOctober 04, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Maxim Integrated’s MAX22700 to MAX22702 family of isolated gate drivers offer ultra-high common mode transient immunity and are ideal for driving silicon carbide and gallium nitride transistors in inverter and motor drive applications.
CMT is rated at 300kV/µs, and the parts provide robust galvanic isolation between the input and output. The family includes a variety of output options, and each is available with single-ended or differential input variants. Propagation delay is matched to within 2ns from part-to-part at 25°C and to within 5ns over the full -40°C to +125°C operating range, minimizing transistor dead time and increasing efficiency. The gate drivers support pulses as short as 20ns and have minimum distortion.
All parts in the family are housed in a narrow body SOIC package that provides 4mm of creepage and clearance.
- High CMTI: 300kV/µs (typical)
- Robust galvanic isolation
- VISO: 3kVRMS for 60s
- VIOWM: 848VRMS continuous
- Output options:
- MAX22700: GNDB
- MAX22701: Miller Clamp
- MAX22702: Adjustable UVLO
- Input configurations: Single-ended with enable (E versions) or differential (D versions)
- Minimum pulse width: 20ns
- Maximum pulse width distortion: 2ns
- Propagation delay: 35ns
- Part-to-part matching: 2ns (25°C), 5ns (-40°C to +125°C)
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