New products deliver higher efficiency for power applications
ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq:ON), forcing energy efficient inventions, will soon be introducing fresh Super-junction (SJ) MOSFETs and SiC diodes as part of its actions throughout the 2021 PCIM Europe Digital Event beginning now.
Performance and reliability are rising significant in power programs, not so producers can meet stricter international criteria. Even the 650 V SUPERFET® III FAST SJ MOSFETs provide much better shifting functionality than other SJ MOSFETs available on the current marketplace, with enhanced efficiency and greater system reliability. These attributes have been in large demand in speedy markets, such as 5G, electric vehicle (EV) charging channels, telecoms and server businesses.
ON Semiconductor are also presenting automotive AECQ101 and industrial standard qualified following production 1200 V SiC diodes, perfect for high power applications like EV charging stations and solar inverters, UPSand electrical vehicles (EV) on-board chargers (OBC), along with EV DC-DC Converters. SiC diodes provide you significant benefits over silicon alternatives, including greater reliability, reduced EMI and easier cooling demands. The new design improves over the very first generation SiC diodes as a result of some bigger die size and reduced capacitance. Even the NVDSH20120C, NDSH20120C, NVDSH50120C, and also NDSH50120C provide a reduced forward voltage drop along with a 4x increase in rated current, using a greater speed of shift (di/dt) of 3500 Aµs. The bigger die size additionally yields a 20% reduced thermal resistance in an F2 bundle.
ON Semiconductor are also introducing in PCIM Europe onMay 4 in multiple sessions. Included in this IPMs, Motion Control and Drives session about these subjects:
- Third Generation of Automotive 650 V Intelligent Power Module System for Auxiliary Motor Drive Applications presented by Bumseung Jin
- Solutions for Off-Board EV Charging presented by Guillem Gargallo
- Third Generation of Automotive 650V Intelligent Power Module System for Auxiliary Motor Drive Applications presented by Andrea Colognese.