Automotive, Dual 5-A, High-Speed, Low-Side Gate Driver With Negative Input Voltage Capability - UCC27524A1-Q1

UCC27524A1-Q1 (ACTIVE)

Automotive, Dual 5-A, High-Speed, Low-Side Gate Driver With Negative Input Voltage Capability

 

Description

The UCC27524A1-Q1 device is a dual-channel, high-speed, low-side, gate-driver device capable of effectively driving MOSFET and IGBT power switches. The UCC27524A1-Q1 device is a variant of the UCC2752x family. The UCC27524A1-Q1 device adds the ability to handle –5 V directly at the input pins for increased robustness. The UCC27524A1-Q1 device is a dual, non-inverting driver. Using a design that inherently minimizes shoot-through current, the UCC27524A1-Q1 device is capable of delivering high-peak current pulses of up to 5-A source and 5-A sink into capacitive loads along with rail-to-rail drive capability and extremely small propagation delay (typically 13 ns). In addition, the drivers feature matched, internal-propagation delays between the two channels which are very well suited for applications requiring dual-gate drives with critical timing, such as synchronous rectifiers. This also enables connecting two channels in parallel to effectively increase current-drive capability or driving two switches in parallel with a single input signal. The input pin thresholds are based on TTL and CMOS compatible low-voltage logic, which is fixed and independent of the VDD supply voltage. Wide hysteresis between the high and low thresholds offers excellent noise immunity.

For protection purposes, internal pull-up and pull-down resistors on the input pins of the UCC27524A1-Q1 device ensure that outputs are held LOW when input pins are in floating condition. The UCC27524A1-Q1 device features enable pins (ENA and ENB) to have better control of the operation of the driver applications. The pins are internally pulled up to VDD for active-high logic and are left open for standard operation.

The UCC27524A1-Q1 devices is available in a MSOP-PowerPAD-8 with exposed pad (DGN) package.

Features

  • Qualified for Automotive Applications
  • AEC-Q100 Qualified With the Following Results:
    • Device Temperature Grade 1
    • Device HBM ESD Classification Level H2
    • Device CDM ESD Classification Level C4B
  • Industry-Standard Pin Out
  • Two Independent Gate-Drive Channels
  • 5-A Peak Source and Sink-Drive Current
  • Independent Enable Function for Each Output
  • TTL and CMOS-Compatible Logic Threshold Independent of Supply Voltage
  • Hysteretic-Logic Thresholds for High-Noise Immunity
  • Ability to Handle Negative Voltages (–5 V) at Inputs
  • Inputs and Enable Pin-Voltage Levels Not Restricted by VDD Pin Bias Supply Voltage
  • 4.5-V to 18-V Single-Supply Range
  • Outputs Held Low During VDD-UVLO, (Ensures Glitch-Free Operation at Power-Up and Power-Down)
  • Fast Propagation Delays (13-ns typical)
  • Fast Rise and Fall Times (7-ns and 6-ns Typical)
  • 1-ns Typical Delay Matching Between 2-Channels
  • Ability to Parallel Two Outputs for High-Drive Current
  • Outputs Held in LOW When Inputs are Floating
  • MSOP-8 PowerPad™ Package
  • Operating Temperature Range of –40°C to +140°C

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Number of Channels (#)
Power Switch
Peak Output Current (A)
Input VCC (Min) (V)
Input VCC (Max) (V)
Rise Time (ns)
Fall Time (ns)
Prop Delay (ns)
Input Threshold
Channel Input Logic
Input Negative Voltage (V)
Special Features
Rating
Operating Temperature Range (C)
Package Group
UCC27524A1-Q1 UCC27524A-Q1 UCC27528-Q1
2    2    2   
MOSFET
IGBT
GaNFET   
MOSFET
IGBT
GaNFET   
MOSFET
IGBT
GaNFET   
5    5    5   
4.5    4.5    4.5   
18    18    18   
7    7    7   
6    6    6   
13    13    17   
CMOS
TTL   
CMOS
TTL   
CMOS   
Dual
Non-Inverting   
Dual
Non-Inverting   
Dual
Non-Inverting   
-5    -5    -5   
Enable Pin    Enable Pin    Negative Voltage Handling on Input   
Automotive    Automotive    Automotive   
-40 to 125    -40 to 140    -40 to 125   
MSOP-PowerPAD    SOIC    SOIC