LMG3411R050
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600-V 50mΩ GaN with integrated driver and cycle-by-cycle overcurrent protection

 

Design kits & evaluation modules (3)

Name Part# Type
LMG3410R070 daughter card LMG3410-HB-EVM Evaluation Modules & Boards
LMG3411R050 daughter card LMG3411EVM-018 Evaluation Modules & Boards
LMG34xx GaN system-level evaluation motherboard LMG34XX-BB-EVM Evaluation Modules & Boards

Reference designs

400V – 12V/500W High Frequency Resonant Converter Reference Design Using High Voltage GaN Devices

The PMP20289 was built and tested to verify the performance of a high frequency (>400kHz nominal switching frequency) LLC series resonant converter (LLC-SRC) implemented with Texas Instrument’s high voltage GaN FETs under nominal (390V to 12V) voltage conversion. The digital controller (...)

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CAD/CAE symbols

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LMG3411R050 Download

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