Fairchild Launches New Discrete and Bare Die IGBTs for Hybrid and All-Electric Vehicles

Fairchild is expanding its growing portfolio of automotive-grade semiconductor solutions for hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and electric vehicles (EV) with its new discrete and bare die IGBTs and diodes. These IGBTs and diodes are ideal for traction inverters, a core component of all HEVs, PHEVs and EVs that convert the batteries' electricity from direct current into the three-phase alternating current required by the vehicles' drive motors.

All of these new discrete and bare die IGBTs and diodes use advanced third generation Field Stop Trench IGBT technology and a soft fast recovery diode qualified to automotive-grade standards and have additional features and options. The combination of these technologies, features and options enables Fairchild to provide products with a very tight parametric distribution for both discrete and bare die solutions.

Fairchild's new FGY160T65SPD_F085 and FGY120T65SPD_F085 discrete IGBTs are well-suited to traction inverters and other HEV/PHEV/EV powertrain components that require high power density and high reliability.

Complementing their performance and reliability is the flexibility these discrete IGBTs give designers to customize their products. Designers can simply add IGBTs in parallel to achieve the required system power rating, while also improving the overall efficiency of their traction inverter or other powertrain component designs.

Fairchild is also announcing availability of its PCGA200T65NF8 rectifiers and PCRKA30065F8 bare die IGBTs and diodes for automakers and automotive parts suppliers building their own power modules for high-performance traction inverters and other motor-driving components.

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