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IXYS debuts new DT-Triac technology platform

09 Sep 2013

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IXYS recently announced a new "Dual ThyristorTriac" technology platform. The DT-Triac has the same functionality as the standard triac but with higher di/dt and dv/dt ratings. This contributes to more robust devices together with the long-term stability of blocking voltage and higher current capability.

The IXYS DT-Triac is designed for line frequency applications and three quadrant operations, namely quadrants I to III. Target applications are solid state relays, soft start AC motor control, DC motor control, HVAC systems, UPS, AC power control, input power control for SMPSs, lighting and heater controls.

The CLA60MT1200NHB is a TO-247 AC-controller product with 1200V, 60A using the new DT-Triac technology. Additionally, an isolated version is introduced in an ISO247 housing, the CLA60MT1200NHR. For surface mounted applications, the TO-268 version CLA60MT1200NTZ is available.

Datasheet for the CLA60MT1200NHB can be downloaded here.




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