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A power amplifier called a gate driver accepts a controller IC’s low power input and generates the proper high current gate drive for a power device.
When a PWM controller is unable to deliver the output current needed to drive the gate capacitance of the connected power device, it is used.
SiC configurable digital gate drivers offer a better solution than traditional analogue drivers by reducing switching losses and increasing system density.
These digital gate drivers are fully software configurable and prevent false faults as well as mitigate ringing, Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), as well as overshoot and undershoot in SiC and IGBT power modules.
They also incorporate patented Augmented Switching technology and robust short-circuit protection.
The Global SiC Gate Driver Cores market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Because the AgileSwitch 2ASC-12A1HP SiC (Silicon Carbide) Gate Driver Core from Microsemi / Microchip is software-configurable, developers may properly set the gate driver parameters for their application without worrying about modifying the hardware.
The dual-channel, 1200V, 2ASC-12A1HP device can deliver up to 10A of peak current at a 100kHz operating frequency.
The isolated DC-DC converter and low capacitance isolation barrier for PWM signals and fault feedback are part of the high CMTI gate drive core.
Developers may precisely tailor the performance of programmable SiC Gate Driver Cores to their unique systems and applications using the AgileSwitch Intelligent Configuration Tool (ICT).
Switching efficiency, overshoot, ringing, and short-circuit safety can all be dramatically improved by making small adjustments to the Augmented Switching profiles.
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