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What You Need to Know About RC-IGBT Modules for Industrial Applications

What You Need to Know About RC-IGBT Modules for Industrial Applications

For decades, Fuji Electric has been contributing to the minaturization and cost reduction of inverters by developing smaller, more powerful IGBT modules through innovation and technological advancements. The development of RC-IGBTs helps to achieve both low thermal resistance and high reliability, and Fuji Electric has developed a reverse conducting IGBT (RC-IGBT) for industrial use which integrates an IGBT and freewheeling diode (FWD). When combined with a new package, the end result is reduced thermal resistance and high reliability, and ultimately, miniaturization of the IGBT module and power density improvement. Join this exciting webinar to learn how Fuji Electric was able to overcome the technical challenges associated with combining the IGBT and FWD on a single chip. Who should attend? Engineers and industry professionals interested in learning how to use advanced power semiconductor in power conversion systems, as well as students and other industry professionals who want to understand and apply the latest IGBT technologies.
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Date:
12/02/2017
Fuji Electric - Advanced IGBT Module

Fuji Electric - Advanced IGBT Module

Saving energy and reducing CO2 emissions reductions are among the trends expanding the demand for rapid improvements in IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) technology, among others. IGBT modules must have increased power densities as well as better temperature management and reliability, realized by applying new, innovative technologies. This Webcast will show how a new generation of IGBT modules can contribute to the miniaturization and cost reduction of power conversion systems. Fuji Electric’s Jeff Knapp will talk about how these new IGBT modules can offer improved performance in a 36% smaller footprint and 10% less inverter power loss, with enhanced power density and efficient thermal management. Learn the technology and the development path that led to these powerfully compact modules, and the research behind reducing the footprint (vs. 6th Generation modules) while delivering up to 75A. Who should attend? Engineers and industry professionals interested in learning how to use advanced power semiconductor in power conversion systems, as well as students and other industry professionals who want to understand and apply the latest IGBT technologies.
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Date:
12/02/2016

 



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