Power Modules

Advanced power module products, including IGBT, MOSFET, SiC, Si/SiC Hybrid, Diode, SiC Diode, and Intelligent Power Modules (IPMs).

By Technology

IGBT Modules
IGBT Modules are used in traction and in the DC-AC stages of solar inverters, energy storage systems, uninterruptible power supplies and motor drives.
MOSFET Modules
MOSFET Modules are used for automotive motor drive and on-board charger applications. They come in 40 V, 60 V, 80 V and 650 V ratings with superjunction technology and sense resistor. Aside from the six-pack and the full and half bridge topology, they are also available in the totem pole PFC topology.
Si/SiC Hybrid Modules

Si/SiC Hybrid Modules contain IGBTs, silicon diodes and SiC diodes. They are used in the DC-AC stages of solar inverters, energy storage systems and uninterruptible power supplies.

Hybrid Si/SiC (Silicon/Silicon Carbide) modules are integrated IGBT power modules with high power density. They have lower switching losses than nonhybrid modules, and they can also work at higher temperatures than other types of semiconductors.

Si/SiC hybrid modules have several uses including being used in high-power applications that need low losses. They may also be used in higher temperature environments than comparable Si modules. For systems requiring high-frequency switching, Si/SiC hybrid modules provide better efficiency.

Intelligent Power Modules (IPMs)
High voltage power modules with integrated gate drivers for consumer, industrial and automotive applications. Offering a large range of 3 Phase inverter modules covering power levels from 50 W to 10 kW. Available in different topologies including PFC and input bridge rectifier.
Silicon Carbide (SiC) Modules

SiC Modules contain SiC MOSFETs and SiC diodes. The boost modules are used in the DC-DC stages of solar inverters. These modules use SiC MOSFETs and SiC diodes with voltage ratings of 1200V.

A Silicon Carbide (SiC) Module is a power module that operates with Silicon Carbide semiconductors for its switch. The purpose of a SiC power module is the transformation of electrical power through switches to improve system efficiency.

The primary function of SiC Modules is to transform electrical power. Silicon Carbide offers an advantage over silicon because, with less resistance to move away from the source (due to increased efficiency), SiC devices can operate at a higher switching frequency. A SiC based system is also more compact and lightweight than a silicon solution, allowing for smaller designs. Therefore, SiC devices are the ideal solution for situations where you want to increase efficiency and improve your thermal management.