High-Speed Discrete IGBTs Reduce Equipment Size, Conserve Energy

High-Speed Discrete IGBTs Reduce Equipment Size, Conserve Energy
Fuji Electric America

The High-Speed W Series discrete IGBTs employ a thinner IGBT chip for miniaturization, thereby reducing power loss (turnoff loss) in switching operation by approximately 40% compared to conventional products (High-Speed V Series). This contributes to energy saving and power cost reduction of the devices on which the products are mounted. Loss in switching operation has also been reduced (suppressed heat generation) for compatibility with higher switching frequencies (20 to 100 kHz) compared to conventional products (around 20 kHz). For more details, visit https://www.fujielectric.com/company/news/2015/20151216090025086.html

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