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Microchip's High-Voltage Interface Solutions
High Voltage Interface products provide level translation and amplification, connecting low voltage control circuits to other high voltage circuits for one to multiple signals. Products vary from simple MOSFETs of different types to complex HV ICs. Different digital interfaces include simple digital inputs, to more complex protocols such as SPI, I2C, with data rates to 10s of MHz. The more complex IC products enable serial to parallel conversion functionality, supporting voltages to 300V, with output channel count ranging from as few as 4 to as many as 128, and other features.
Low current MOSFETs, (mA a couple Amps,) intended for voltage regulation, level translation, bypass, and protection in systems. Depletion devices are normally-on devices, using a negative voltage to turn off, typically used to source current or voltage signals. Voltages range Volts to 100s of Volts, in smaller SMD and leaded packages.
Low current MOSFETs, (100s of
Complimentary MOSFET (N & P Channel) Enhancement Mode MOSFET pairs, selected for reasonable matching, intended principally for use as drivers in ultrasound and similar applications. They provide single or multiple half-bridge MOSFET sets acting as source-sink pairs for current. Packages are all SMD, offering voltages 150V to 500V, covering current ratings of 100s of
Low current MOSFETs, (up to a couple Amps,) intended for voltage regulation, level translation, and protection in systems. This family offers Enhancement-Mode N-Channel FETs (normally-off devices) in multiple device sets, and require a positive voltage to turn on, which are typically used to sink current. Voltages range up to 100s of Volts, in smaller SMD and leaded packages.
HV Source Driver Arrays provide level translation and high voltage drive for multiple signals. Different digital interfaces include simple digital inputs, to more complex protocols. The Source Arrays enable serial to parallel conversion, supporting voltages from -35 to -85V with output channel count of 8 and 64, and other control and protection features. MOSFET outputs source current from mA for capacitive loads, and Darlington versions to source hundreds of mA for more inductive loads, including relays.
HV Source – Sink Driver Arrays provide level translation and high voltage drive for multiple signals. Different digital interfaces include simple digital inputs, to more complex protocols. The Arrays enable serial to parallel conversion, supporting voltages from 45V to 300V with output channel count from 2 to 128, and other control and protection features. The MOSFET outputs source and sink current to tens of mA, aimed at capacitive loads.
HV Sink Driver Arrays provide level translation and high voltage drive
HV Driver Amplifier Arrays provide level translation and high voltage amplifiers for multiple signals. Different digital interfaces include simple digital inputs, to more complex protocols. The Arrays provide amplified signals, supporting voltages up to 300V with output channel count up to 32. , with and other control and protection features. The HV Amplifier series largely finds application in capacitive drive applications, such as drivers for MEMS analog mirrors for laser beam steering as used in networking, LIDAR, imaging, and other applications.View Amplifiers/MEMs Drives
The HV892 liquid lens driver is a high voltage driver targeted for driving variable liquid lenses for various optical applications. The HV892 features an I2C interface and is compatible with 40VRMS to 60VRMS lenses. The integrated charge pump boost generates the necessary high voltage with no external inductors or diodes.
The Complimentary FET Drivers use Microchip’s proprietary HVCMOS® technology to create a fully isolated driver for our Complimentary MOSFET products. They enable drive of MOSFETs for uni- or bidirectional switching, supporting isolation voltages up to 400V, with no external power supplies required.
The High Side Current Monitors transfer high-side current measurement voltages to a ground referenced output with a voltage gain. The measurement voltage typically originates at a current sense resistor which is located in a “high side” circuit, such as the positive supply line.
High Voltage Fault Protection ICs are switches are designed to protect system output power supplies against over-current or short circuit conditions. In protection mode, they limit the load current. They are essentially normally closed switches with a foldback current capability, with a rated withstand voltage capability.
Relay Drivers and Controllers are relay driver that employs PWM switching techniques. They are designed to operate relays over a wide input voltage range working with the coil resistance of the relay, with minimal external components.