I'm looking for a High Side MOSFET Driver (have the MIC5014/15 in mind) to drive an N-Channel MOSFET, and I noticed that this IC had a Inverting and Non-Inverting variant. What is the difference between the two? Does this have to do with the Input Signal that turns ON and OFF the MOSFET?
It's all about the relationship between the input and output levels.
With a non-inverting driver, if you connect a logic high to the input, the output goes high. And a low input sends the output low.
With an inverting driver, it's the opposite way round. A low input sets the output high, and vice-versa.