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SiC power module from Cree boasts 1.2kV, 50A

14 Jun 2013

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SiC six-pack power module

Richardson RFPD recently announced the availability of Cree's new Silicon Carbid (SiC) six-pack power module. The CCS050M12CM2 is a SiC six-pack power module in a 45mm package. The new six-pack SiC 1.2kV, 50A module offers significant reductions in power losses and corresponding heat sink size requirements, as well as significantly increased power density, when compared to a silicon module with equivalent ratings.

The CCS050M12CM2 is ideally suited for solar inverter, uninterruptible power supply (UPS), switched-mode power supply (SMPS), induction heating, regenerative (ReGen) drive, 3-phase power factor correction (PFC), and motor drive applications.

Further information on Cree's CCS050M12CM2 can be found here.




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