Six pack power devices in flow90 module cut board costs by half

December 06, 2017 // By Nick Flaherty
Vincotech has launched a line of six pack modules in its flow90 line of housings to save space in bookshelf inverters and rack-mounted power designs.

The flow90PACK 0 and flow90PACK 1 are rated for up to 75 A and up to 1200 V and the flow90 housings eliminate the need for L-shaped heat sinks, cutting costs by half. The pins on these modules are arrayed at a 90-degree angle, so there is no need for a flexible PCB and a layout with this angle between the heat sink and PCB reduces the footprint by as much as 40%.

Optional clip-in versions are available for even easier assembly as they slot right into the PCB on the same side as other through-hole components.

This housing comes in two sizes—flow90PACK 1 measuring 35 x 84 x 21 mm and the new 38 x 66 x 21 mm flow90PACK 0.

Sample modules are available now.

Viincotech is a key part of Mitsubishi Electric's power device strategy.

www.vincotech.com/flow90-modules