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The platform has been optimized for high performance in addition to fast and soft turnoff switching in motor drives Image courtesy of Alpha and Omega Semiconductor
<p>The platform has been optimized for high performance in addition to fast and soft turn-off switching in motor drives. (Image courtesy of Alpha and Omega Semiconductor).</p>

650V IGBT Portfolio Optimized for Motor Drive Applications

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Ltd. (AOS) recently announced the expansion of its IGBT product portfolio with the release of the 650V M-Series. The new M-series is co-packaged with a soft and fast freewheeling diode available in a variety of package types. This platform has been optimized for high performance in addition to fast and soft turn-off switching in motor drives such as refrigerators, washing machines, fans, air conditioners, treadmills, and sewing machines applications.

All devices for the M-Series are built upon the patent-pending AlphaIGBT™ technology platform, and feature low VCE(SAT) and soft turn-off for higher efficiency and reduced power dissipation. The 650V-minimum BVCES rating and rugged breakdown voltage characteristics provide higher reliability during extreme voltage transients. Furthermore, low turn-on di/dt and high turn-on dv/dt switching performance effectively reduces EMI.

650V M-Series Technical Highlights

  • 650V IGBTs with soft and fast freewheeling diode
  • High turn-on performance by low di/dt and high dv/dt
  • Fast and soft turn-off switching performance
  • Short circuit rating (tsc) of &gt; 5µs at 400VCC, 15VGE and 150°C
  • TJ(max) = 175°C

The 650V M-Series IGBTs are immediately available in production quantities with a lead-time of 12 to 14 weeks. Contact AOS representatives for samples and pricing. 

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