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In-Stock: Wolfspeed’s New WolfPACK™ SiC Modules Deliver Maximum Power Density

2021-01-26T10:31:24-06:00January 26th, 2021|Categories: Featured, Silicon Carbide Power Transistors & Modules, Wolfspeed|

Delivering the industry’s highest power density in its class for unsurpassed efficiency, brought to you by the leaders in silicon carbide Wolfspeed’s latest power modules enable multiple configurations across power levels for electric vehicle fast charging, industrial power, UPS, induction heating and welding, industrial motor drive, power supply, solar and renewable energy and grid

Samples Available of Wolfspeed’s SiC MOSFETs and Diodes

2021-01-18T15:00:45-06:00January 18th, 2021|Categories: Featured, Silicon Carbide Diodes, Silicon Carbide Power Transistors & Modules, Wolfspeed|

The demand for silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFETs and diodes is growing rapidly, particularly within automotive, industrial and energy applications due to the improved efficiency, superior power density and lower system costs. Review our list of featured Wolfspeed products available for sampling. Click through to our brief form to provide your project details. We’ll then be

Webinar: Introducing the new Wolfspeed WolfPACK™ SiC Power Modules

2021-01-13T16:30:06-06:00January 13th, 2021|Categories: Events, Featured, Webinar, Wolfspeed|

Wolfspeed, A Cree Company, is coming out with an all new range of products - Wolfspeed WolfPACK power modules. This range of products adds to their SiC portfolio. These modules are baseplateless power modules in fundamental configurations of SiC MOSFETs, creating a core set of building blocks for a design.This webinar will cover the benefits

On-demand Webinar: Unlock Higher Power Density in Motor Drives using SiC Modules

2020-12-14T13:06:30-06:00December 14th, 2020|Categories: Events, Featured, Webinar, Wolfspeed|

The advancements in EV and traction drives are demanding higher efficiency from power electronics. The latest generation of SiC modules are designed to meet these demands and more. Learn about a dual inverter reference design based on the Wolfspeed XM3 module platform. We will also discuss design considerations and performance tradeoffs.Attendees will:Learn about Wolfspeed's SiC

Podcast: Silicon Carbide – Devices & Packaging

2020-12-08T10:57:58-06:00December 8th, 2020|Categories: Featured, Webinar, Wolfspeed|

This podcast features Guy Moxey, senior director of power products at Wolfspeed, A Cree company. Guy Moxey has spent his entire career in the power semiconductor industry with various roles in applications, product marketing and product line management. He speaks with EE Times about different aspects of silicon carbide, in particular devices and packaging. Listen

Webinar December 8: Where’s the Fit for GaN and SiC?

2020-11-23T13:19:51-06:00November 23rd, 2020|Categories: AstrodyneTDI, Featured, Webinar, Wolfspeed|

Date: Tuesday, December 08, 2020Time: 11:30 AM Eastern Standard TimeDuration: 1 hourSummary:System Performance Benefits from Using Power Supplies Made with Wide Bandgap SemiconductorsYou’ve probably read about the wide bandgap semiconductors, such as silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN), that are replacing silicon power devices including MOSFETs and IGBTs in some power converters. You’ve probably

White Paper: A Designer’s Guide to Silicon Carbide Power

2020-11-12T09:24:15-06:00November 12th, 2020|Categories: Featured, White Paper, Wolfspeed|

As silicon carbide has matured as a technology and been adopted in countless power conversion designs, questions still arise relative to maximizing its performance. This white paper offers answers to common questions associated to SiC design considerations, such as:Why does SiC add so much value to systems?Is SiC as reliable as silicon? Are they tested

Modeling common topologies with Wolfspeed Silicon Carbide MOSFETs

2020-11-02T12:00:05-06:00November 2nd, 2020|Categories: Article, Featured, Wolfspeed|

Now more than ever, engineers are choosing Silicon Carbide (SiC)-based products for their higher efficiency, power density, and better overall system cost effectiveness than Silicon (Si)-based components. Beyond the basic design principles common between SiC and Si, and the need to keep in mind SiC’s different characteristics, capabilities and advantages, engineers must model and simulate

White Paper: Fast-Charging Electric Vehicles – SiC Delivers the Most Power from the Smallest Charger

2020-10-30T11:38:48-05:00October 30th, 2020|Categories: Featured, White Paper, Wolfspeed|

Fast-charging infrastructure continues to be a critical variable in the emergence and widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EVs).The expectation from drivers is that they should be able to embark on a road trip in their EV, rather than be limited to local commuting. This range anxiety remains a consumer obstacle. Charging stations must be readily

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