BM6112FV-C
Isolation Voltage 3750Vrms 1ch Gate Driver Providing Galvanic Isolation

BM6112FV-C is a gate driver with isolation voltage of 3750Vrms, I/O delay time of 150ns, and incorporates fault signal output function, ready signal output function, under voltage lockout (UVLO) function, short circuit protection (SCP) function, active miller clamping function, output state feedback function and temperature monitor function.

Product Detail

 
Part Number | BM6112FV-CE2
Status | Recommended
Package | SSOP-B28W
Unit Quantity | 1500
Minimum Package Quantity | 1500
Packing Type | Taping
RoHS | Yes

Specifications:

Grade

Automotive

Common Standard

AEC-Q100 (Automotive Grade)

Isolation Voltage[Vrms]

3750.0

Channel

1

Vcc1(Min.)[V]

4.5

Vcc1(Max.)[V]

5.5

Vcc2(Min.)[V]

14.0

Vcc2(Max.)[V]

20.0

VEE2[V]

-12 to 0

Iout(Max.)[A]

20.0

I/O Delay Time(Max.)[ns]

150

Min. Input Pulse Width[ns]

90

Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C]

-40

Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C]

125

Switching Controller

No

Temperature Monitor

Yes

Features:

  • AEC-Q100 Qualified (Grade 1)
  • Fault Signal Output Function
  • Ready Signal Output Function
  • Under Voltage Lockout Function
  • Short Circuit Protection Function
  • Active Miller Clamping Function
  • Output State Feedback Function
  • Temperature Monitor Function
  • UL1577 (pending)

Design Resources

 

Documents

White Paper

  • Cutting-Edge Web Simulation Tool “ROHM Solution Simulator” Capable of Complete Circuit Verification of Power Devices and Driver ICs
  • Solving the challenges of driving SiC MOSFETs with new packaging developments

Technical Articles

Schematic Design & Verification

  • Method for Monitoring Switching Waveform
  • Importance of Probe Calibration When Measuring Power: Deskew
  • Impedance Characteristics of Bypass Capacitor

Thermal Design

  • Thermal Resistance

Tools

Models

  • BM6112FV-C SPICE Model

2D/3D/CAD

  • BM6112FV-C Footprint / Symbol
  • SSOP-B28W Footprint / Symbol

Packaging & Quality

Manufacturing Data

  • Factory Information