Silicon (Si)-based power electronics have long dominated the power electronics industry for their technological maturity and relative ease of accessibility. The silicon carbide (SiC) substrate, however, has gained traction of late due to its major intrinsic advantages, which align well with recent industry trends. This wide-bandgap (WBG) semiconductor can not only handle much larger energy
Part of our Tech Chat series Design engineers can realize the extended benefits of SiC with the simple implementation of a 4-lead, TO-247 package device. Learn more in this Tech Chat. MORE TECH CHAT!
Evaluation Board for 900V SiC C3M™ MOSFET in a 7-pin D2PAK (TO-263-7L) This evaluation board demonstrates the switching and thermal performance of 900V SiC C3M™ MOSFET in a 7-pin D2PAK (TO-263-7L) configured in a half bridge topology. The board is designed for characterizing EON and EOFF losses and steady state thermal performance in SiC MOSFETs.
Built with the design engineer in mind, the series covers a variety of topics from deciphering data sheets to designing with SiC. In addition to the deep-dive technical sessions, attendees will hear from Wolfspeed Co-Founder Dr. John Palmour as well as a panel of industry leaders. Choose from three new topics every Wednesday at 10:00am
White Paper The electric vehicle (EV) industry has struggled to reduce EV charging times while keeping hardware economical and compact. With silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFETs, it has been proven that a higher efficiency and power density coupled with improved ruggedness and reliability help to keep system designs low-profile, lighter and lower-cost in terms of maintenance
The 600kW three-phase inverter demonstrates system-level power density and efficiency obtained by using by using six of Wolfspeed’s XM3 half-bridge power modules. With half the weight and volume of a standard 62mm module, the XM3 footprint maximizes power density while minimizing loop inductance for low-loss, high-frequency operation with simple power bussing. DOWNLOAD NOW!
White Paper The FM3 platform simplifies the design of converter power stages, reducing development time and cost.Wolfspeed is delivering a new family of cost and performance optimized housings which simplify the adoption of Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFETs. The Wolfspeed WolfPACK module family uses a fixed interval pin-grid for rapid development of alternate configurations, and devices
Silicon carbide (SiC) is a wide bandgap semiconductor that in recent years has successfully established itself in several power applications, demonstrating superior quality compared to traditional components based on silicon technology. SiC-based power discretes offer relevant properties including high switching frequencies and operating temperatures, low conduction losses, high reliability and robustness combined with improved thermal
Wednesday, May 18, 20219:00 am PST | 12:00 pm EST | 18:00 CEST This webcast is for engineers looking to improve their converter applications with SiC. After a brief introduction of the evaluation process for SiC dynamic performance, the webcast will primarily focus on key design questions relevant to SiC in hard switch applications.Attendees will
If you are designing systems for a battery electric vehicle or working on building robust designs for EV charging infrastructure, this session will have your needs covered. With over 30+ years of experience in Silicon carbide, Wolfspeed is an established name with an extensive product offering and new technology.The presentation covers the impact Wolfspeed’s silicon