General purpose motor drive - variating frequency and voltage
Control motor’s speed by variating the frequency and voltage of the motor signal in the power range from several hundred watt to megawatt
By variating the frequency and voltage of the motor signal, general-purpose drives make it possible to control a motor's speed. General-purpose drives are used in applications like pumps & fans, process automation, or cranes serving power ranges from several hundred watts to the megawatt range. By varying the frequency and voltage of the motor signal, general-purpose drives enable the speed of a motor to be controlled. General purpose drives are used in applications such as pumps and fans, process automation, or cranes in the power range from a few hundred watts to the megawatt range.
Our product offering combines excellent performance and reliability, offers a competitive price/performance ratio, and ensures the safety of your motor system. We offer you a broad portfolio of efficient semiconductors optimized for the motor inverter. Rely on our intelligent power modules (IPMs) and discretes for intelligent designs in the low power range. For medium power drives, our modules EasyPIM™ and EconoPIM™ are the perfect complements. For the high-performance range, EconoDUAL™ and PrimePACK™ are the solutions of choice. Combined with the innovative .XT interconnection technology, PrimePACK™ modules can help designers overcome the over-evaluation dilemma by extending lifetimes by increasing thermal and power cycle capabilities.
Highlights of our portfolio include our TRENCHSTOP™ IGBT7 modules, which are specifically designed to meet the requirements of drive applications. Ideal for general purpose drive (GPD) applications, TRENCHSTOP™ IGBT7 modules improve power density, controllability, and overload capability in a variety of proven packages to save cost and time. For high-speed drives and inverter integration, our CoolSiC™ MOSFETs are an attractive solution because they reduce switching and conduction losses, especially under partial load conditions.
In addition to our power semiconductors, we also offer gate driver ICs for all silicon and silicon carbide (SiC) devices. Our broad EiceDRIVER™ portfolio scales from basic to advanced functionality. The EiceDRIVER™ X3 Enhanced isolated gate driver portfolio now includes the X3 Analog 1ED34xx family and the X3 Digital 1ED38xx family with DESAT, Miller Clamp, soft-off, and I2C configurability. To complete this offering and get your design ready for Industry 4.0, we support the growing connectivity needs with XMC™, AURIX™, and the microcontrollers of the PSoC62, PSoC64 family, complemented by OPTIGA™ Trust solutions for the highest security standards. These devices can be combined with sensors from our XENSIV™ family to bring more sensory intelligence to your design and enable innovative features like predictive maintenance. Our range of external memory solutions enables advanced calculations for predictive maintenance.
The online power simulation program for loss and thermal calculation of Infineon power modules and disk devices.
A three-phase motor drive inverter system is implemented to simulate the power loss and junction temperature of each device at the given static load conditions.
A three-phase motor drive inverter system is implemented to simulate the power loss and junction temperature of each device inside IPM at the given static load conditions.
Webinar: CoolSiC™ - the perfect solution for servo drives
Silicon Carbide MOSFETs are a perfect match for servo drives? That’s right! This special #webinar reveals why compares performance levels of IGBTs versus SiC MOSFETs and explains the benefits of using Infineon’s.XT interconnection technology.
Application presentation: we drive efficiency in drives - our expertise for your optimal drive systems
This detailed presentation will give an overview of the extensive product portfolio for industrial drive applications. The advantages of IGBT 7 technology, as well as Silicon Carbide solutions, are also presented. Everything in one document, including further links.
Whitepaper: the changing face of industrial drives – Infineon’s expertise for your optimal drive systems
The days of overrating a motor for an industrial application and absorbing the increased energy costs, simply to fulfill the desired application lifetime, are over. This whitepaper reviews some of the technologies now available that can bring higher efficiency to low-voltage and robotics.
GPD reference board with Easy3B IGBT7 and XENSIV™ current sensor
The REF_22k_GPD-INV_Easy3B GPD Reference Design Kit provides industry’s best performance by using Infineon’s newest technologies. The power module is the new Easy3B FP100R12W3T7_B11 populated with the newest TRENCHSTOP™ IGBT7 technology in PIM configuration. For enhanced control of the IGBT7, the galvanically isolated single-channel gate driver 1ED3131MC12H with low inductive losses is used enabling an additional gain in efficiency of up to 0.5 percent.
Industrial drives demonstrator using XENSIV™ magnetic current sensor
Infineon presents its new industrial drives demonstrator using XENSIV™ magnetic current sensor TLI4971 for general purpose drives up to 22 kW including microcontroller, sensor, power module EconoPIM™ 2 & auxiliary power supply
EconoDUAL™ with TRENCHSTOP™ IGBT7
The EconoDUAL™ IGBT module is one of the most popular IGBT packages worldwide and is used in many different applications, such as General Purpose Drives; Commercial, Construction and Agricultural Vehicles as well as eBus; Solar; Wind; Traction; UPS and finally, Transmission and Distribution.In the latest module generation it is now feasible to increase the module current to 900 A. This is possible through the new IGBT7 technology enabling a higher power density and reduced BoM costs.
Do you want to know the various topologies you can find in this power conversion stage and their top-level working principle? Get to know the basic concepts of passive and two-level active rectification methods.
Tutorial about how to select reliable and efficient solutions regarding the requirements for industrial drives. We take a look on the key questions of power, voltage, topology, and frequency related to your application.