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Wireless Charging solution Wiki

This Topic is used for Wireless Charging solution 1.Mcu C drive code: GitHub - STMicroelectronics/STWirelessCharging-C-Drivers: Standard C platform-independent drivers for wireless charging ICs 2. Python drive code, check attach file "Python_FT260_S...

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willzhou by ST Employee
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Overvoltage suppresion by clamping circuit in IGBT driver

I am designing clamping circuit for IGBT driver. The max voltage is 4800V. I was thinking about using STTH112A diode. In the datasheet, there is no information about thermal resistance - junction to ambient for SMB or SMBflat version. How can I asses...

perprot by Associate
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STDRIVE101 PWM maximum frequency

Hello, What is the maximum input PWM frequency of the gate driver, STDRIVE101, and its evaluation board, EVALSTDRIVE101? It does not say on the manuals.  

ykwon120 by Associate
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L6562AT

Hello         Now I am gonna design 120W flyback switch power with L6562AT, I have read through the datasheet, But still don't know how to fixed the value of resister and capacitor around L6562AT;        Is there any paperwork about how to design wit...

L4984D - overvoltage

Hello, I am testing my second design with L4984D, the first one I designed work fine, but this second board breaks the FETs and I think that is due to overvoltage when I turn on the power. Could anyone tell me why that could be?Thanks

EBaye.1 by Associate
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Resolved! Heating on VIPER22ADIP-E

Hi STMicroelectronics team,I am using VIPER22ADIP-E to design 15V, 5W power supply with input supply of 230Vac with diode bridge rectifier.The schematics file is attached here,When i am loading it with 5W load, the IC  VIPER22ADIP-E is get heated and...

Pemendra by Associate II
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STD12NF06LT4

STD12NF06LT4,Is there a "G" marking on the right top corner of the part? How can we read the DC from label? Thank you.