PrimePACK™ IGBT Modules
Power meets requirements
The well-known PrimePACK™ IGBT halfbridge and chopper modules with internal NTC offer a specially optimized concept for integration in modern converters.
The most important benefits include a high reliability and lifetime demands, improved thermal properties, low stray inductance, wild range of operating temperatures, integrated NTC with high isolation and Infineon‘s 1200 V and 1700 V TRENCHSTOPTM technology.
The changing face of CAV – how electrification is changing the commercial vehicles business
This whitepaper reviews the e-CAV market‘s applications and takes a look at the solutions Infineon has on offer meeting the extreme demands placed on the electronic systems.
Webinar about driving the electrification of commercial vehicles
Join our webinar and learn about trends and semiconductor system solutions in the electrification of commercial vehicles.
PrimePACK™ with IGBT5 and .XT
The Dawning of a New Era
The tremendous success of PrimePACK™ since the introduction in 2006 is proof enough that it is the optimal choice for the majority of high power inverters like windpower units, industrial- and traction inverters, commercial / construction and agriculture vehicles and other applications. Now, PrimePACK™ is the first product family with a portfolio expended by next generation of IGBTs.
IGBT5 and .XT are the dawning of a new era in IGBT chip and interconnection technologies. IGBT5 allows higher power density, whereas the new interconnection technology .XT extends lifetime by increased thermal and power cycling capabilities.
- the history of wind energy and its future challenges
- a comparison between standard IGBTs and PrimePACK™ .XT IGBTs regarding their composition and production processes
- the solution for wind energy production in locations with low wind speeds
Get to know the broad classification of the Wind turbines. Do you want to comprehend the most widely used wind power converter topologies, the major advantage and disadvantages as well as the key requirements of a wind power converter?