CES 2023. onsemi is highlighting its 1700 V EliteSiC silicon carbide (SiC) family at CES 2023. The series consists of the 1700 V EliteSiC MOSFET and two 1700 V avalanche-rated EliteSiC Schottky diodes. EliteSiC devices deliver dependable performance for industrial drive and energy infrastructure applications needing a Vgs range of -15 V/25 V for fast switching and control of gate voltages growing to -10V.
Another trade show is in the books, and I’m pleased to report things are about as back to normal as they are likely to get. The show I’m referring to is electronica, which is held bi-annually in Munich, Germany. As such, it’s been four years since we’ve convened at what it is generally considered the world’s largest event for the embedded and electronics industries.
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MUNICH. onsemi displayed a series of new MOSFET devices in a 5mm x 7mm form factor at electronica ’22. The TCPAK57 family of top-cool devices include 40V, 60V, and 80V versions with the capability of operating at junction temperatures (Tj) of 175°C and are AEC-Q101 qualified and PPAP collaboration ready. Included motor control, DC/DC conversion, and a 16.5mm2 thermal pad on the top to dissipate into a heatsink through general PCBs.
Embedded Computing Design's bi-annual Best-in-Show at electronica reviews solutions on display at the conference based on Design Excellence, Relative Performance, and Market Impact/Disruption.
onsemi Silicon Carbide Technology Improves EV Range on Mercedes-Benz VISION EQXX’s Traction Inverter - NewsNovember 14, 2022
MUNICH – Nov. 14, 2022 – As part of a strategic collaboration, Mercedes-Benz selected onsemi’s silicon carbide (SiC) technology, the VE-Trac SiC modules, for the all-electric Mercedes-Benz VISION EQXX’s traction inverter. Designed to increase the EV’s range by up to 10%, the VE-Trac SiC modules allowed the EV to complete a 1,202 km (747 mile) trip from Stuttgart, Germany to Silverstone, England, making the trip the longest distance traveled on a single charge.
Top-Cool MOSFETs, a new rotary position sensor and the VISION EQXX by Mercedes-Benz powered by onsemi silicon carbide (SiC) devices, highlight company’s strength in intelligent power and sensing