this question might seem dump but I'm not completely sure if I can use this device for a Half-Bridge http://www.analog.com/en/products/monitor-control-protection/high-side-switches-mosfet-drivers/adp3624.html#product-overview
and the most ICs for Half-Bridges i've seen have something like a ?bootstrap? where the source of the highside Mosfet is connectet to the drain of the low side and fed into the IC.
I need to drive a BLDC so I need 3x Half-Bridges. During the commutation I never turn on a high Mosfet and right after that commutation its low Mosfet on, which means I can almost never shoot-trough one side? I'm using 20kHz PWM. I tried using a MIC4607
But I encountered great difficulties with the outputs sometimes not working properly or just not switching (changed 2x the ic). So i want to use something with no bootstrap or other means, just a crude way to get more current into my Mosfet gates