Evaluation Kit - MC07XS6517, Triple High Side Switch


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Supported Devices

Power Management

High Side Switches


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    MC07XS6517 features:

  • Triple 7.0 mOhm and dual 17 mOhm high side switches with high transient current capability
  • 16-bit 5.0 MHz SPI control of overcurrent profiles, channel control including PWM duty-cycles, output-ON and -OFF OpenLoad detections, thermal shut-down and prewarning, and fault reporting
  • Output current monitoring with programmable synchronization signal and battery voltage feedback
  • Limp Home mode
  • External smart power switch control
  • 6.0 to 28 V operating voltage
  • -16 V reverse polarity and ground disconnect protections
  • Compatible PCB foot print and SPI software driver among the family

Evaluation module features

  • This evaluation board consists of an MC07XS6517 IC in a 54-pin SOICW-EP with exposed pads
  • This board can control
  • Five separate 28 W bulbs
  • Three separate 55 W HID ballasts
  • Five separate LED modules
  • Five separate loads of other types
  • Device can be driven by the 16-bit SPI using KITUSBSPI with SPIGen software or with direct input signals in Fail-safe mode operation. It also offers the possibility to apply an external clock in order to drive outputs in PWM operation

Buy Options

  • KIT07XS6517EVB

  • Evaluation Kit - MC07XS6517, Triple 7.0 mOhm and Dual 17 mOhm High Side Switch.

  • $97.98 USD
  • For a quantity of 1
    • Availability: Pending stock
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Design Files

1 design file

  • Printed Circuit Boards and Schematics

    KIT07XS6517GRBR: Gerber files for the KIT07XS6517EVB Evaluation boards


2 software files

  • Components and Modules

    12XS6 SPIGEN Configuration File

  • Components and Modules

    KIT07XS6517 SPIGEN Configuration File

Note: For better experience, software downloads are recommended on desktop.


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