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designed to be mounted directly onto CAB450M12XM3 1,200V, 450A SiC MOSFET power modules. With an onboard isolated power supply deliv- ering up to 2.5W per channel and no derating up to 257°F (125°C), the gate driver can drive XM3 modules up to 100 kHz. Peak gate current up to 10A


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