The thing is that I'm making a BLDC and I'm using a half-bridge configuration where the driver outputs were initially connected with a low value resistor to the MOS Gate of the half-drive. With Spice it seems that the resistor has to be approximately 50 ohms so that it does not produce a current peak at the driver output higher than shown in the datasheet capture (output current values Io+, Io-) and can damage it, but I do not know if this resistor is really necessary or not, because I do not see if the driver really has that protection block that would allow me to remove the resistor and connect directly the driver output to the MOS gates. That is to say, I don't know if the maximum admissible current in the driver output takes those values of the datasheet and really the driver IC would burn if we exceed the value of this current or if there is a protection block that would prevent that from happening and, therefore, I can get rid of the resistor. Thanks!
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