Mitsubishi Electric amps up its SiC efforts, launching modules for household and industrial equipment

Mitsubishi Electric recently launched a silicon carbide (SiC)-based integrated unit for drive control of spindle and servo motors, specifically designed for use in inverters and converters in household appliances and industrial equipment. Earlier in the year, the company launched SiC based power mod...

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