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ABB Fast recovery diodes

Diodes can be subdivided into two main classes: Rectifier diodes (standard recovery) and fast diodes. Rectifier diodes are generally used for conversion of AC (alternating current) to DC (direct current). While optimized for low conduction losses, Rectifier diodes withstand only moderate dynamic stress in transition from conducting to the blocking state.

Published on 01/21/20 Read Article
LEM ARU Series

LEM's new Unique, IP68, ruggedized outdoor flexible split-core AC current sensor implementing high accuracy Rogowski Coil technology.

Published on 01/08/20 Read Article
Ethics and Business Conduct

Ethics programs aim to prevent and detect criminal conduct, reinforcing compliance with legal requirements. They also foster an organizational culture in which employees feel empowered to ‘do the right thing,’ even when laws and regulations don’t provide clear guidance.

Published on 12/23/19 Read Article
Mitsubishi Electric's Diode Modules

Mitsubishi Electric offers general rectifying diode modules that rectify commercial frequencies and high frequency diode modules for freewheel diodes in inverter circuits and for high-speed switching on a surge voltage absorbing circuit (snubber). The main switching devices of an inverter have changed from bipolar transistors to high-speed MOS gate devices, such as IGBT. The requirements of radio noise regulations have also increased the importance of not just reverse recovery characteristics, but also software recovery characteristics.

Published on 12/12/19 Read Article
Wakefield-Vette Standard part catalog

Wakefield-Vette Standard part catalog Thousands of standard board level heat sinks & most commonly tooled thermal extrusions - Liquid Cooling and Systems - Electronic Packaging Systems - Thermal Interface Materials - Numerous Design Guidelines

Published on 12/03/19 Read Article
Dynex Pulse Power Thyristors

Dynex Semiconductor produces a small range of thyristors for very fast turn-on based on its GTO structures. To support our customers, we design and produce the complete switch assemblies, including semiconductor devices, driving units, clamping, cooling, and testing.

Published on 11/26/19 Read Article
LEM Smart Electronic Battery Sensors

Smart Electronic Battery Sensors LEM, the current measurements expert, brings its experience and know-how to provide advanced battery monitoring solutions for 12/24V battery storage systems based on lead-acid battery technology.

Published on 11/20/19 Read Article
ABB IGBT and diode modules with SPT and SPT+ chips

ABB’s IGBT power modules are available from 1700 to 6500 volt as single IGBT, dual / phase-leg IGBT, chopper and dual diode modules. The high-power HiPak IGBT modules feature low losses combined with soft-switching performance and record-breaking Safe Operating Area (SOA). The newly introduced 62Pak fast switching medium-power IGBT modules feature lowest switching losses, full 175 °C operation with full square SOA and standard package allowing drop-in replacement.

Published on 11/13/19 Read Article
Mitsubishi Electric’s Intelligent Power Modules

IPM's (Intelligent Power Modules) are high-performance module that mounts a dedicated drive circuit for drawing greater performance from an IGBT chip, and it provides a custom IC for executing self-protection functions (short circuit, supply under voltage, and over temperature).

Published on 11/06/19 Read Article
End of year sale on Darrah’s GTO Gate Drives

Gate Drivers are designed for triggering large Gate-Turn-Off Thyristors (GTO) featuring gate-turn-off currents up to 3000 Amps and off-state voltages up to 4500 volts. The control signal, transmitted via fiber optics, controls the output valve of the gate driver. A feedback signal, also transmitted via fiber optics, is used to check that the gate driver and GTO are operating properly. This GTO Gate Driver was developed for use in traction systems and is currently being used successfully by numerous customers.

Published on 10/29/19 Read Article