I am using the 36V20CS and only need one direction of drive. The datasheet for the A3941 MOSFET Driver shows that by changing the Rdead resistor you can shorten the deadtime. I was wondering which resistor on the 36V20CS board this resistor is and what the supplied value is.
What makes you think the driver is the A3941?
Separately, I haven’t looked at that specific datasheet, but I think for any H-bridge like this, the dead time control is for a single side of the bridge, so that you are only driving in one direction isn’t relevant.
The pinout matches the wiring of the board! And the Datasheet has all the same features!
If I use the “Sign-magnitude (drive-coast)” mode per your webpage. Then two MOSFET’s will only be ON during the Drive Mode and All four MOSFET’s will be off during the Coast. So therefore I should be able to reduce the deadtime to zero. This will allow full duty cycle control all the way from 0% to 100%.
Hmm, I forgot about the drive-coast option. We are not fans of drive-coast, and we are not in a position to promise any specific results, anyway, but I do not specifically know that it will not work for your situation, so you could go ahead and try it. Please let us know if you have any interesting results.