The UCC37323/4/5 family of high-speed dual-MOSFET drivers deliver large peak currents into capacitive loads. Three standard logic options are offered — dual-inverting, dual-noninverting, and one-inverting and one-noninverting driver. The thermally enhanced 8-pin PowerPAD MSOP package (DGN) drastically lowers the thermal resistance to improve long-term reliability. UCC3732x is also offered in the standard SOIC-8 (D) or PDIP-8 (P) packages.
Using a design that inherently minimizes shoot-through current, these drivers deliver 4-A of current where it is needed most at the Miller plateau region during the MOSFET switching transition. A unique BiPolar and MOSFET hybrid output stage in parallel also allows efficient current sourcing and sinking at low supply voltages.
High Current-Drive Capability of ±4 A at the Miller Plateau Region
Efficient Constant-Current Sourcing Even at Low Supply Voltages
TTL/CMOS Compatible Inputs Independent of Supply Voltage
20-ns Typical Rise and 15-ns Typical Fall Times with 1.8-nF Load
Typical Propagation-Delay Times of 25 ns with Input Falling and 35 ns with Input Rising
4.5-V to 15-V Supply Voltage
Supply Current of 0.3 mA
Dual Outputs are Paralleled for Higher Drive Current
Available in Thermally Enhanced MSOP PowerPAD Package with 4.7°C/WθJC
Rated From –40°C to +125°C
TrueDrive Output Architecture Using Bipolar and CMOS Transistors in Parallel