About This Webinar
WEDS, NOV 4TH AT 9:00 CST/16:00 CET
THURS, NOV 5TH AT 10:00 HKT
Market Focus: IsoDriver 101 - Usage, Features, and Portfolio
Isolated drivers are used primarily to control the on-off switching of power transistors in power converter systems like ac-dc converters, dc-dc converters, and dc-ac inverters.
They have application in a wide range of systems including PV micro-inverters, high power motor control in industrial applications, electric vehicle charging, power supplies for gaming computers, and many more. Learn how to quickly identify the critical specs and features that you need in an isolated gate driver to fit your application.
Technical Focus: Techniques for Driving Four Different Power Transistors
This webinar session will provide an overview of our extensive isolated gate driver portfolio and detail key features of the various product families. We will address how to select the products best suited for the different power switches commonly used today, namely, silicon carbide (SiC), Si MOSFET, GaN and IGBT’s. During this technical session, we will also provide insight into the special challenges involved with driving these high-performance switches
safely and efficiently, and the techniques used to overcome these challenges.
45 Minute Presentation
15 Minute Q&A
Senior Product Manager
Ashish Gokhale joined Silicon Labs in 2010 and has been instrumental in expanding the product portfolio for industrial applications. Previously, he served as a business development manager for isolation products at Texas Instruments, where he was instrumental in developing isolation technology and launching products. He holds MSEE and MBA degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and a BSEE from VJTI University of Bombay. He also holds two patents in the field of isolation technology.
Senior Applications Engineer
Joe Perch has 23 years of experience in the semiconductor industry in Applications and Product Development. Joe joined Silicon Labs in 2001 as an Applications Engineer and has spent his last 4 years defining, characterizing and productizing Silicon Labs’ digital isolators and isolated gate drivers. Prior Silicon Labs, Joe held applications and product development roles for National Instruments’ Industrial Automation and Data Acquisitions products. Joe holds a BSEE from Arizona State University.