FAN3268T_F085: 2A Low-Voltage,
PMOS-NMOS Bridge Driver

Description: The FAN3268 dual 2 A gate driver is optimized to d...
  • The FAN3268 dual 2 A gate driver is optimized to drive a high-side P-channel MOSFET and a low-side Nchannel MOSFET in motor control applications operating from a voltage rail up to 18 V. The driver hasTTL input thresholds and provides buffer and level translation functions from logic inputs. Internal circuitry provides an under-voltage lockout function that prevents the output switching devices from operating ifthe VDD supply voltage is below the operating level.Internal 100 kΩ resistors bias the non-inverting output low and the inverting output to VDD to keep the external MOSFETs off during startup intervals when logic control signals may not be present.The FAN3268 driver incorporates MillerDrive™ architecture for the final output stage. This bipolar-MOSFET combination provides high current during the Miller plateau stage of the MOSFET turn-on / turn-offprocess to minimize switching loss, while providing railto-rail voltage swing and reverse current capability.The FAN3268 has two independent enable pins that default to on if not connected. If the enable pin for noninverting channel A is pulled low, OUTA is forced low; ifthe enable pin for inverting channel B is pulled low, OUTB is forced high. If an input is left unconnected, internal resistors bias the inputs such that the external MOSFETs are off.
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  • Status: Active
  • Compliance: AEC Qualified PPAP Capable Pb-free Halide free 
  • Description: 2A Low-Voltage,
    PMOS-NMOS Bridge Driver
  • Package Type: SOIC-8
  • Package Case Outline: 751EB
  • MSL: 3
  • Container Type: REEL
  • Container Qty: 2500
  • Specifications
  • Type: MOSFET 
  • Number of Drivers:  
  • Vin Max (V):  
  • VCC Max (V): 18 
  • Drive Source/Sink Typ (mA): 3000 
  • Rise Time (ns):  
  • Fall Time (ns):  
  • tp Max (ns):  
  • Package Type: SOIC-8 
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