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Solutions Search - High Side Switches & MOSFET Drivers

LTC3788 Generates High Voltages Using a Two-Stage Boost Converter

Victor Khasiev - Applications Engineer
Gabino Alonso - Strategic Marketing Engineer
Sep 17th 2014
Generating high voltages from low level sources is not an easy task. Engineers are facing the following problems when they try to implement single stage boost at high step-up ratios. Limitation of maximum duty cycle in boost controllers Sharp decrease in efficiency at long duty cycles High peak currents and EMI challenges ...

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LTC3803/LTC4441 6V -24V Input Voltage to 52V/2A Boost Converter

Sep 4th 2014
The LTC®4441/LTC4441-1 is an N-channel MOSFET gate driver that can supply up to 6A of peak output current. The chip is designed to operate with a supply voltage of up to 25V and has an adjustable linear regulator for the gate drive. The gate drive voltage can be programmed between 5V and 8V. ...

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Protected 1A Automotive Solenoid Driver with Overvoltage Shutdown

Jun 23rd 2009
The LT1910 is a high side gate driver that allows the use of low cost N-channel power MOSFETs for high side switching applications. It contains a completely self-contained charge pump to fully enhance an N-channel MOSFET switch with no external components. ...

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LT1910: Fault Protected High Side Switch

Jun 23rd 2009
LT1910 is a very popular high side driver that allows the use of low cost N-channel power MOSFETs for high side switching applications. It contains a 750kHz charge pump to fully enhance an N-channel MOSFET switch with no external components. The LT1910 has been specifically designed for harsh operating environments like those ...

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Half Bridge Motor Driver

Nov 30th 1995
The LT1336 is a cost effective half-bridge N-channel power MOSFET driver. The floating driver can drive the topside N-channel power MOSFETs operating off a high voltage (HV) rail of up to 60V (absolute maximum). In PWM operation an on-chip switching regulator maintains charge in the bootstrap capacitor even when approaching ...

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