Nuremberg, Germany --- Littelfuse, Inc., is attending one of the world’s leading events on the latest developments in the field of power electronics, PCIM Europe 2016 in Nuremberg from May 10-12, 2016. At this event, the company will be unveiling two new power semiconductor families: Silicon Carbide (SiC) Schottky diodes and silicon IGBT technology at its Booth 7-140 (Hall 7).
An in-booth demonstration will illustrate the capabilities of Monolith’s SiC MOSFET technology with a 5kW buck converter (as illustrated in the schematic) with 675V nominal input and 350V nominal output. The converter switches at high frequencies (~200kHz) with an efficiency (>98%) that cannot be achieved with silicon IGBTs.
In 2015, Monolith formed a strategic partnership with Littelfuse, Inc. to develop SiC power semiconductors for industrial and automotive markets. Monolith’s cutting-edge SiC MOSFET technology enables drastic reductions in system size and weight (as a result of the higher frequency capabilities) and power consumption (due to reduced power losses) across a broad range of applications in industrial and automotive markets. Representatives from Monolith Semiconductor and the designer of the power converter will be on hand to share additional information on the advantages of Monolith’s SiC technology and how it is poised to revolutionize power electronics.
Protect and Control
The Littelfuse booth will showcase solutions for the following market applications:
Datacom Power - Protecting the global telecom network, from smart phones to cellular base stations
Solar – High reliability and safeguards for equipment and systems subject to harsh environments in photovoltaic installations
Industrial Drives - Ensuring the safe control and distribution of electrical power in industrial applications
Electric Vehicles & Hybrid Electric Vehicles: Protect and control solutions for synchronizing, frequency control, load sharing and power management
New Product Announcement
In addition to showcasing its diverse product solutions portfolio, Littelfuse will launch the new LFUSCD Series of Silicon Carbide (SiC) Schottky Diodes and announce its own IGBT die technology
For more information, visit http://www.littelfuse.com