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  1. Hello Walter, sorry for the late reply. The...

    Hello Walter,
    sorry for the late reply.

    The T7 IGBT and diode technology has been released as a flexible series to replace existing Infineon’s short-circuit rated product families, such as...
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    Hi Fränce,
    T7 technology is specifically designed for industrial motor drive applications and solar energy systems with a switching frequency range between 5kHz and 30kHz.

    You can find further...
  3. Hi acosenze, as this is a topic for IGBT power...

    Hi acosenze,
    as this is a topic for IGBT power modules, I have moved your question to the right section of the forum.

    Best Regards,
    Giuseppe
  4. Hi Max, the RC-D2 technology is not yet...

    Hi Max,
    the RC-D2 technology is not yet released. For detailed questions about the technology and the comparison with the existing RC-D technology, please contact the Infineon Technical Assistance...
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    Hi Marcelo, I have moved the topic in the power...

    Hi Marcelo,
    I have moved the topic in the power modules section.

    Please wait for a feedback of colleagues from Power Modules.

    Regards,
    Giuseppe
  6. Hi Franz, conduction losses of the IGBT can be...

    Hi Franz,
    conduction losses of the IGBT can be calculated based on the output characteristic that is shown in Figure 5 (Tj=25°C) and Figure 6 (Tj=175°C).

    In any case you should be very careful in...
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    DC collector current of IGBT

    Hi Franz,
    you find an explanation of this parameter, and the formula for calculating it, in this application note (page 5)...
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    Hi Gyro, unclamped inductive switching operation...

    Hi Gyro,
    unclamped inductive switching operation are not guaranteed anymore in the IGBT datasheets. Depending on the technology, some IGBT may be still capable of handling operation in breakdown...
  9. Hi Max, short circuit is required in all the...

    Hi Max,
    short circuit is required in all the applications where external influences can harm the 'normal' functional behavior of the power electronic system.
    As an example, in three-phase motor...
  10. Influence of diode over IGBT Eoff losses

    Hello Gyro,
    the influence of the diode is mainly related to the its capacitance that gets discharged during the turn-off of the IGBT. However such an influence over the overall IGBT turn-off losses...
  11. Hi Wen, the IGBT is a bipolar device and, due to...

    Hi Wen,
    the IGBT is a bipolar device and, due to this bipolar nature, it stores an excess of charges during the conduction phase. This allows the IGBT to show very low resistivity during the on...
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    Hi Fränce,
    you can have a look at this short presentation:...
  13. Sticky: Hi Walter, there are several ways of measure the...

    Hi Walter,
    there are several ways of measure the temperature of a device in the application.

    However, please let me highlight that the 'real' junction temperature is very hard to be measured by...
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    IGBT in general

    @ Nick,
    here you find an interesting application note explaining the structure of an IGBT:...
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    Sticky: Difference IGBT / MOSFET

    4525Hi Melli,
    there are few analogies between MOSFET and IGBT and a main significant difference.

    Regarding the analogies:
    - Both IGBT and MOSFET are voltage controlled devices
    - Both IGBT and...
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