I have a FAN7392N driver circuit which is used for driving high-side, N-channel MOSFETs. Here is the pin example circuit / block diagram in the datasheet:
When I apply a Vcc voltage of 13 V and a LOW signal to the HIN pin, then the HO pin will output 2.5 V. If I apply a Vcc voltage of 13 V and a HIGH signal to the HIN pin, then the HO pin will output 2.5 V. If I PWM the HIN pin, then the voltage will increase anywhere from 2.5-11 V depending on the PWM duty cycle that I apply to it.
Is the HO pin supposed to be outputting a voltage even when the HIN pin is LOW/HIGH? I have hooked up my circuit exactly like the diagram listed in the datasheet above and tried multiple ICs to make sure the one I am using isn't broken.