I'm having trouble with the ir2110 output. I'm working on a class d full bridge amplifier and I use 2 ir2110 to drive 4 irf540N mosfets. The switching frequency I use to generate the PWM is 240kHz and I include a 100ns dead-time (ideally would be no more than 50ns), but still got some peak in the output that generates shoothrough. In the picture you can see the circuit, that includes a snubber, the filter and load. The 2VM voltage is 15V.
The problem I need help with is that the deadtime is correct at the input of the ir2110, but in the output i get a peak (circled in red) which is causing the problem and I don't know what causes it. I tried with different values for the gate resistance of the MOS's, but when using a smaller value, 10ohms for example, the shootthrough is indeed smaller but not as small as I would like it to be, and the strange peak behaviour persists.
I get this shootthrough current:
The MOS capacitance and charge characteristics are as follows
In real life, I made the PCB and I'm getting the exact same result as in the simulation.
Thanks in advance.