Intelligent power module uses 7th generation IGBT

August 28, 2019 //By Julien Happich
Mitsubishi's Super mini DIPIPM intelligent power module (IPM) is aimed at inverter drive systems of air conditioners and other small-capacity motor drives.
Mitsubishi's Super mini DIPIPM intelligent power module (IPM) is aimed at inverter drive systems of air conditioners and other small-capacity motor drives.

Mitsubishi Electric has released a new high-performance intelligent power module (IPM) with reduced radiation noise and low power consumption for the inverter drive systems of air conditioners and other small-capacity motor drives. 

The Super mini DIPIPM Ver.7 features a built-in low-noise seventh-generation insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) with a CSTBT structure to reduce radiation noise while still maintaining the low-power consumption level of the Super mini DIPIPM Ver.6.

Module case operation temperature has been raised from 100 to 125ºC and maximum junction temperature has been raised from 150 to 175ºC to expand the heat-dissipation design flexibility of inverter systems. The 24.0×38.0×3.5mm package has a 40A current and is pin compatible with conventional Super mini DIPIPM series.

Mitsubishi Electric - www.MitsubishiElectric.com


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