Our integrated circuits and reference designs enable you to build a digital output module, enabling low-side and high-side driving capabilities, push-pull high frequency outputs known as pulse train output (PTO), inductive loads, isolation and protection.
Digital output module designs often require:
- Highly-efficient isolated power supply.
- Advanced protection and diagnostics.
- Driving capabilities at 24-V nominal voltage.
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