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We offer you a broad portfolio of efficient semiconductors optimized for motor. You can rely on our intelligent power modules (IPMs) and discretes for smart designs in the low-power range. For medium-power drives, our EasyPIM™, EasyPACK™, and EconoPIM™ modules are the perfect match. Moving on to the high-power spectrum, EconoDUAL™ and PrimePACK™ are the solutions of choice. Combined with the innovative.XT interconnection technology, PrimePACK™ modules can help designers overcome the overrating dilemma as they extend the lifetime by raising thermal and power cycling capabilities.
Highlights of our portfolio include our TRENCHSTOP™ IGBT7 modules, tailored specifically to the needs of drive applications. Ideal for general-purpose drive (GPD) applications, TRENCHSTOP™ IGBT7 devices improve power density, controllability, and overload capability in a variety of proven packages for cost and time gains. For high-speed drives and inverter integration, our CoolSiC™ MOSFETs are an attractive solution as they reduce switching and conduction losses, especially under partial load conditions.
Complementing 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 enhanced functionality. For battery-powered applications like automotive brushless DC motors, customers can rely on our wide range of silicon MOSFETs including our OptiMOS™ family. To round out this offering and make your design ready for Industry 4.0, we support rising connectivity needs with iMOTION™, XMC™, and AURIX™ microcontrollers, 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 such as predictive maintenance.
Key questions to design your drives inverter
There are five key questions you must always ask. Learn more by discovering the interactive diagram below.
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.
Live 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.
Join the webinar on December 1, 2020, at 5 pm CET.
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.
Get your robot hardware ready for today’s key trends
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.
This training will introduce you to how the CoolSiC™ will help to design the next generation of servo drives.
Tutorial about how to select the reliable and efficent 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.