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Mouser Brings TI GaN Drivers to its Shelf

Mouser Electronics announces stocking of the new LMG1020 gallium nitride (GaN) driver from Texas Instruments.

mouser electronicMouser Electronics announces stocking of the new LMG1020 gallium nitride (GaN) driver from Texas Instruments.

The single, low-side GaN driver enables efficient, high-performance designs in speed-critical applications such as LiDAR, time-of-flight laser drivers, facial recognition, augmented reality, and class E wireless chargers.

Exclusive at Mouser Electronics, the Texas Instruments LMG1020 low-side GAN driver offers:

  • Drives GaN FETs and logic-level MOSFETs enabling propagation delays of just 2.5 nanoseconds and minimum pulse width of 1 nanosecond.
  • The device’s drive strength is independently adjustable for pull-up and pull-down edges by connecting external resistors between the gate and OUTH and OUTL, respectively.
  • The robust LMG1020 driver features over-temperature protection and under-voltage lockout to guard against overload and fault conditions, plus common-mode transient immunity of more than 300V/ns, delivering industry-leading system-noise immunity.
  • The LMG1020 is housed in a 0.8 mm × 1.2 mm WCSP package, which minimizes gate loop inductance and maximizes power density in high-frequency applications.

The miniscule size allows designers to reduce component count and decrease power supply size by up to 80 percent. The LMG1020 driver features an adjustable dead-time control feature to provide improved efficiency for applications such as DC-DC converters, Class D audio amplifiers, and motor drives.

For Further Info on Mouser Stocking Texas Instruments LMG1020 gallium nitride (GaN) Driver: Click here.

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