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ChristopherJames
ChristopherJames
10/30/2018 11:23:01 PM
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It makes it even more convenient using the adaptor so as not having to separate the setup which might incur additional costs. If there is a way to deliver both charges within a single layout, there would be less errors done during the initial process. However, perhaps the total voltage discharged on each side might be reduced.

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UdyRegan
UdyRegan
10/26/2018 9:52:05 PM
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Great to know that we don't need to work to hard to get the capability out of the gate drivers. Looks like there's a lot more configuration here to deal with, but at least we can save on the hardware setup and reduce the clutter in and around the system. Thanks very much for sharing how we can get this done!

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