I have tried both sets of drivers now and checked out the IGBT's for functioning. I am still getting a fault after 500 uS. I have tried the ceiling time from 95 which was in the software all the way down to 600 which is 21khz and the system still faults out at the same time. Have you tried one of the new drivers in your system? I have sent everything to Powerex they are going to look and see if they see anything. The system is hooked to 110v thru the filter to the diode bridge which feeds the IGBT's. There is no load on the system currently. With the driver boards connected to the system and not to the IGBT's it does the same thing. With the driver boards removed the system runs from ceiling to floor and then errors out on a floor error which it should with no lock.
Have been working the problem I purchased real Pwrx driver modules and that didnt change anything, I changed to 18V input to drivers and that didn't make any difference. After studying doc from Mits and powerex I found a section in both that talked about false faults for larger IGBT's so in the Powerex BG2B design manual they suggested a 200pf cap between pin 2 and pin 4. Tried that and didn't seem to work so the max value in the Mits doc was 10000pf so i put those in and it immediately ran. Now I am only looking at input and fault line but it running for 350uS and faulting out is now not happening. Probably need to go back and test again from the 200pf and work up till I find min values that work and then make the decision on how much safety to put in.
After testing caps from 200pf to 10000pf I found that 4700 worked and 3300 didnt. I also when I got the drivers working it burned up the 12v trace on the core board. I will need to cut the power from the core board and connect to the 12v directly in the power supply.
Can you verify what I have found.