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    Hi MonacoFranz, Yes, to be able to operate at...

    Hi MonacoFranz,

    Yes, to be able to operate at higher current levels with IGBT 7 several modifications were performed to the standard EconoDUAL 3 housing.
    For this improved package the DC terminal...
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    Hi MonacoFranz, The gate capacitance Cge is...

    Hi MonacoFranz,

    The gate capacitance Cge is designed to be large enough to avoid parasitic turn-on effects.
    This negates the need for additional gate capacitors.
    IGBT7 T7 is designed for zero...
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    Hi nick, I think you mean IGBT7. During the...

    Hi nick,

    I think you mean IGBT7.
    During the overload conditions it is allowed to reach Tj=175C with IGBT7.
    The overload duration where the chip is above 150C must be within 20% of the load...
  4. Hi TechGirl, The power cycling seconds curve...

    Hi TechGirl,

    The power cycling seconds curve and the thermal cycling curve (more details you can find here) are identical for IGBT 4 and IGBT 7 (at he same Tj level).
    In the application (if the...
  5. Hi TechGirl, Yes, after bolting down the PCB...

    Hi TechGirl,

    Yes, after bolting down the PCB connection can be made by manual soldering, automatic selective soldering, or wave soldering.
    During the entire soldering process take care not to...
  6. Hi Gyro Gearloose, The data obtained from an...

    Hi Gyro Gearloose,

    The data obtained from an NTC is suitable only for steady state operation control.
    Transient phenomena, like heat generated in short circuit conditions, can not be monitored or...
  7. Thread: Paralleling

    by AlexG
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    Hi nick, These recommendations you can find...

    Hi nick,

    These recommendations you can find here.
    In general you should consider following: dynamic and static current sharing, gate drive design and bus bar symmetry.

    BR
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    Hi JoFoe, First of all pin and power terminal...

    Hi JoFoe,

    First of all pin and power terminal positions of EconoPACK™+ D-series as well as module dimensions are identical to EconoPACK™+ B-series.
    D-series modules has following improvements:...
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    Hi Wen, A detailed answer to this question you...

    Hi Wen,

    A detailed answer to this question you find in the AN 2010-06.

    BR
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    Hi TondGy, PressFIT pins use the cold welding...

    Hi TondGy,

    PressFIT pins use the cold welding contact principle.
    They are robust against vibration, have a good electrical conductivity and are thermally robust.
    For the module they offer a...
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    Hi Wen, Yes. Due to increased gate charge the...

    Hi Wen,

    Yes. Due to increased gate charge the possibility of parasitic turn on is lower than for IGBT4.
    This makes it suitable for unipolar gate supplies.
    The other benefit of higher Qg is...
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    Hi SiCguru, Modules with integrated shunts...

    Hi SiCguru,

    Modules with integrated shunts offer a space saving alternative of high accurate current measurement with good heat dissipation.
    You don't need to think about the heating of the PCB...
  13. Hi Max, All modules available with TIM you can...

    Hi Max,

    All modules available with TIM you can find here.

    BR
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    Hi TondGy, Yes, we have 62 mm modules with...

    Hi TondGy,

    Yes, we have 62 mm modules with pre-applied Thermal Interface Material (TIM).
    More information about this material and available modules with it you can find here.


    BR
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    Hi SiCguru, I think you mean the process of...

    Hi SiCguru,

    I think you mean the process of applying thermal paste manually.
    In the AN 2012-05 (chapter 8) you can find the recommendations on how to do this.

    BR
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    Hi SiCguru, The benefits are the lower on...

    Hi SiCguru,

    The benefits are the lower on state voltage for the IGBT and also for the freewheeling diode, the overload capability at 175C during motor overload condition, the enhanced...
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    Hi Nick, For the PCB we recommend first to...

    Hi Nick,

    For the PCB we recommend first to take a look in the datasheet of the corresponding module.
    There you can find the all needed dimensions.
    Regarding the other relevant topics please have...
  18. Thread: Rg for drives

    by AlexG
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    Hi Max, For drive applications it is important...

    Hi Max,

    For drive applications it is important that du/dt is in the range of 2kV/us-8kV/us (depending on the rated motor voltage), higher values can endanger coil insulation and bearings....
  19. Thread: Easy3B

    by AlexG
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    Hi Melli, This is a new package in our Easy...

    Hi Melli,

    This is a new package in our Easy Power Modules family. The Easy3B has the size of two Easy2B integrated in one single package and has the same height as other Easy packages (12mm). ...
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    Hi Walter, You can find gate driver guideline...

    Hi Walter,

    You can find gate driver guideline for CoolSiC™ MOSFET based modules in AN2018-09

    BR
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