IGBTs Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors
The Insulated (or sometimes called Isolated) Gate Bipolar Transistor combines the simple gate drive characteristics of the MOSFET with the high current and low saturation voltage capability of bipolar transistors by combining an isolated gate FET for the control input, and a bipolar power transistor as a switch, in a single device.
|High power and standard IGBT modules
Available in Single-Switch, Dual, Half-Bridge, Single-Phase, Three-Phase, Four-Pack, Six-Pack, Boost-Chopper, and Buck-Chopper configurations.
|ECO-PAC IGBT Modules
Packaged with DCB Ceramic Base-Plate and Soldering Pins for PCB mounting.
N-Channel Trench Gate IGBT modules are available in Half-Bridge, Single-Switch, and Triple Switch configurations.
|SEMITRANS IGBT Modules
Available in Standard, Low-Loss, Ultra-Fast, Trench, and SPT Technologies
SEMiX IGBT Modules
State-of-the-art, optimum-loss IGBT chips. Available in Trench and SPT Technologies
SKiM IGBT Modules
Compact, ultraflat sixpack IGBT modules. Available in 600V NPT, 1200V Trench and SPT, and 1700V Trench.
SKiiP and MiniSKiiP IGBT Modules
A power semiconductor subsystem which integrates IGBT switches, heat sink, and monitoring circuit.
One-screw mounting design with pin terminals for PCB soldering.
The module family includes products with voltage ratings from 600V, 1,200V to 1,700V and current ratings from 50A to 145A. Switch configurations include single, dual, chopper and half bridge options in SPT(Soft Punch Through) IGBT technology.
Discrete IGBT devices are available in all package styles...TO-263, TO-220AB, TO-247AD, GBJ(RS6M), SOT-227(ISOTOP) etc. Voltage ratings from 600V to 1,200V and current ratings from 14A to 200A.
|Press Pack IGBTs
Voltage ratings of 2.5kV (1.25kV DC link) and 5.2Kv (2.6kV DC link).
The press pack construction offers several advantages over conventional IGBT modules.
They are largely backwardly compatible with standard 2.5kV and 4.5kV GTOs in many applications such as AC drives.
These parts are a simple and economical path to upgrade or refurbish equipment that previously used GTOs, such as locomotives or medium voltage drives.