ON Semiconductor Announces New Generations of SUPERFET MOSFETs and SiC Diodes
ON Semiconductor, driving energy-efficient innovations will be introducing new Super-junction (SJ) MOSFETs and SiC diodes as part of its activities during the 2021 PCIM Europe Digital Event commencing today.
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Efficiency and reliability are increasingly important in power applications, not least so manufacturers can meet more stringent international standards. The 650 V SUPERFET® III FAST SJ MOSFETs deliver better switching performance than other SJ MOSFETs on the market, with improved efficiency and higher system reliability. These features are in high demand in fast-growing markets, including 5G, electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, telecoms and server sectors.
ON Semiconductor will also be introducing automotive AECQ101 and industrial-grade qualified next-generation 1200 V SiC diodes, ideal for high power applications such as EV charging stations and solar inverters, UPS, electric vehicles (EV) on-board chargers (OBC), and EV DC-DC Converters. SiC diodes offer significant advantages over silicon solutions, including higher reliability, lower EMI and simpler cooling requirements. The new design improves on the first-generation SiC diodes thanks to a smaller die size and lower capacitance. The NVDSH20120C, NDSH20120C, NVDSH50120C, and NDSH50120C deliver a lower forward voltage drop and a 4x increase in rated current, with a higher rate of change (di/dt) of 3500 A/µs. The smaller die size also returns a 20 % lower thermal resistance in an F2 package.
ON Semiconductor will also be presenting at PCIM Europe onMay 4 at multiple sessions. As part of the IPMs, Motion Control and Drives session on the following topics:
- 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.