The UCC53x0 is available in an 8-pin SOIC (D) package. This package has a creepage and clearance of 4 mm and can support isolation voltage up to 3 kVRMS, which is good for applications where basic isolation is needed. With these various options and wide power range, the UCC53x0 family is a good fit for motor drives and industrial power supplies.
The UCC53x0S option provides a split output that can be used to control the rise and fall times of the driver. The UCC53x0M option connects the gate of the transistor to an internal clamp to prevent false turnon caused by Miller current. The UCC53x0E option has its UVLO2 referenced to GND2, which facilitates bipolar supplies.
Unlike an optocoupler, the UCC53x0 family has lower part-to-part skew, lower propagation delay, higher operating temperature, and higher CMTI.
|PART NUMBER||MINIMUM SOURCE AND SINK CURRENT||DESCRIPTION|
|UCC5310M||2.4 A and 1.1 A||Miller clamp|
|UCC5320S||2.4 A and 2.2 A||Split output|
|UCC5320E||2.4 A and 2.2 A||UVLO with respect to IGBT emitter|
|UCC5350M||5 A and 5 A||Miller clamp|
|UCC5390S||10 A and 10 A||Split output|
|UCC5390E||10 A and 10 A||UVLO with respect to IGBT emitter|
Changes from A Revision (June 2017) to B Revision
Changes from * Revision (June 2017) to A Revision