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Single-Output High-Side N-Channel Power MOSFET Gate Driver Application and Circuit of the TPD7106F
This reference design provides examples of application circuit and simulation for TPD7106F which features power supply reverse connection, charge pumpccircuit and others.

Semiconductor / Design & Development / Reference Design Center / Battery Management

Single-Output High-Side N-Channel Power MOSFET Gate Driver Application and Circuit of the TPD7104AF
This reference design provides examples of application circuit and simulation for TPD7104AF which features short load protection, reverse power connection protection and others.

Semiconductor / Design & Development / Reference Design Center / Battery Management

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