Cree ramps up its influence in the high-power module market with back-to-back SiC module releases

Cree released a 1,700 kV silicon carbide (SiC) half-bridge power module and a 1,200 kV 20 A six-pack module. The half-bridge has a RDS(on) value of 8.0 mΩ and a switching energy loss of 23.7 mJ. The six-pack module has low switching loss, which the company claims is ideally suited for 5 kW to 15 ...

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