Rising electricity costs, stricter government regulations and greater consumer expectations: these factors are driving manufacturers to design more energy efficient, quieter and compacter vacuum cleaners and vacuum robots, with better value-for-money. To stay competitive, manufacturers must increase motor power to improve suction, use higher speed motors and find a way to differentiate their vacuum cleaning system. Likewise, better energy efficiency is attained by reducing power consumption. In comparison to their predecessors, today’s vacuum cleaners are compacter, lighter and significantly longer in lifetime – all aspects with great consumer appeal.
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Vacuum cleaner technology from Infineon
To help you overcome these vacuum cleaning system challenges, Infineon offers a comprehensive portfolio of discrete IGBTs, such as the RC-Drives (RC-D) and RC-Drives Fast (RC-DF), discrete MOSFETs and IPMs. Outstanding performance efficiency, small component size and our wide product range allow you to design a compact, highly integrated and more powerful vacuum cleaner system at a lower price. All factors that significantly contribute to a product’s success on today’s market. Also, our wide range of complementary products – drivers, sensors and controllers – are ideal for all stages of vacuum cleaner power management.
Questions about your design? With years of vacuum cleaner technology experience, Infineon engineers are available to help optimize your system design and cost, expediting the time it takes to get the products to market. Expect more and get more when you select Infineon for vacuum cleaner applications.
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|DEMOBOARD TLD1315EL||1 in/3 out - PWMI and N-1 (N-1 can disable all output stages of all connected Basic LED Driver ICs during an open load event on one channel)|
|DEMOBOARD IFX81481||Demoboard for industrial DCDC buck controlling synchronously two external N-MOSFETs|
|EVAL-2ED020I12-F2||Evaluation Board for 2ED020I12-F2 - Galvanic isolated dual channel IGBT driver IC with CT technology for 600V/1200V IGBTs.|
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