The ISL73040SEHEV4Z evaluation board demonstrates how to build a half bridge power stage with the ISL73040SEH low side GaN driver and the ISL73024SEH 200V GaN FET. The ISL73040SEH has a 4.5V gate drive voltage (VDRV) generated using an internal regulator that prevents the gate voltage from exceeding the maximum gate-source rating of the ISL73024SEH GaN FET. The ISL73024SEH is a 200V GaN FET capable of 7.5A drain current.
- Single PWM input to drive a half bridge configuration
- Adjustable dead time control
- Wide openings to support various inductor footprints
- >95% peak efficiency with high switching frequencies
- Enable/disable functions
- Flyback and forward converters
- Boost and PFC converters
- Secondary synchronous FET drivers
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