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Isolated gate driver

Highly robust, flexible, and universally compatible devices for many applications

Build smaller, more robust designs for many applications using our flexible and universally compatible isolated gate drivers. From basic, functional, to reinforced isolation, our isolated gate drivers allow you to create designs that protect from electrical shock while providing more protection for high voltage levels. 

Functional or basic isolation

Functional or basic isolation provides a single level of electrical isolation up to 3kVrms and sufficient protection against electrical shock. These solutions provide robust ground bounce protection while meeting high voltage guidelines.

Reinforced isolation

Reinforced isolation enables up to a 5.7kVrms isolation rating to safely protect humans and equipment from electric shock. Reinforced solutions offer higher working voltages, wider creepage and clearance for improved system robustness.

Featured isolated gate drivers

UCC23513

Opto compatible, single-channel, isolated IGBT, SiC, and MOSFET gate driver with 3-A peak output current and 5KVrms reinforced isolation rating.

UCC21732-Q1

AEC-Q100 qualified single-channel, SiC and IGBT gate driver with advanced protection features and best-in-class dynamic performance designed for up to 1700V DC working voltage.

UCC21540

Dual-channel reinforced isolated gate driver with high noise immunity and fast switching characteristics optimized for digital controllers and MOSFET applications.

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Impact of an isolated gate driver

Ever wonder why you need to use an isolated gate driver? Then discover how isolated gate drivers are becoming the preferred solution for high-power density and robust designs.

Demystifying high-voltage power electronics for solar inverters

Learn about the movement toward a clean and sustainable grid, and how TI's isolated gate drivers are helping improve this end equipment.

Power electronics in motor drives: Where is it?

Everyday we see systems in motion all around us. What makes them move? What powers these electronics? Get to know these answer and how TI helps power these motor drives.

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