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The range of wide bandgap devices for reliable and high-performance charging also feature temperature monitoring and superior switching To meet the changing needs of electric vehicle (EV) drivers, the infrastructure of rapid charging stations should be provided, which allows journeys...
Si828x features are optimised for electric vehicles (EVs) and a variety of industrial applications, maximising the impact of SiC Silicon Labs has added the Si828x version 2 to its isolated gate driver product family. This update allows the product family...
Delivers reliable and improved power density in a variety of challenging electric applications, meeting challenging design goals For demanding applications where power density, efficiency and reliability are key considerations, the new 650 V silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFETs helps achieve better...
Offers robust thermal performance and electrical isolation while meeting EMI requirements and overload protection Providing a compact inverter solution with excellent thermal conduction and a wide range of switching speed for three-phase AC motors and permanent magnet motors is the...
These devices are Automotive Electronics Council (AEC)-Q101-qualified and help EV achieve high levels of reliability and ruggedness The rapid growth of vehicle electrification has led to the requirement of innovative power technologies such as Silicon Carbide (SiC) for high-voltage automotive...
Infineon Technology introduces the CoolSiC automotive MOSFET technology for high-efficiency and better switching frequency Offers reliability and robustness while designing high-voltage EV applications Silicon carbide (SiC) in electric vehicles brings more efficiency, higher power density and performance. For 800...
Offers superior reliability along with low switching and conduction losses Eliminates design concerns regarding overvoltage and power supply reliability After adding 650 V to its CoolSiCâ„¢ MOSFET series earlier this year, Infineon Technologies has now launched the 1700 V...