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18 March 2019

Littelfuse exhibits expanded portfolio of power semiconductor products

In booth (#253) at the Applied Power Electronics Conference & Exposition (APEC 2019) in Anaheim, CA, USA (17-21 March), Littelfuse Inc of Chicago, IL, USA, which provides circuit protection technologies (including fuses, semiconductors, polymers, ceramics, relays and sensors), is exhibiting an expanded portfolio of power semiconductor products, including silicon carbide (SiC) devices, power integrated circuits (IC), power modules, and discrete devices.

Recent strategic acquisitions of IXYS and Monolith semiconductor products have strengthened the company’s power control platform and brought critical scale, volume and an extensive industrial electronics customer base to its power semiconductor business.

“Littelfuse is positioned to be a key partner helping our customers to enable high-growth applications like renewable energy, electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, and building automation,” believes Corey Deyalsingh, director of power semiconductors. “Further, the addition of IXYS and Monolith to Littelfuse unites world-class global customer support and manufacturing excellence with reliable product manufacturing and innovative device and packaging technologies — all of which help deliver the capabilities needed to support emerging applications.”

In-booth demonstrations of Littelfuse technologies include a 10kW converter for data-center applications, a 10kW grid tie inverter for solar strings and a 48W power-supply board for industrial applications.

A wide range of products is on display including: SiC MOSFETs and diodes, IGBT devices and modules, bipolar devices and modules, high-power press-pack devices, and MOSFETs and power ICs.

During the conference, Littelfuse is presenting several topics including:

  • 18 March - ‘What Makes SiC Better and How Do I Change My System to Benefit?’;
  • 19 March - ‘High Performance SiC MOSFETs and Diodes Fabricated in High-Volume 6-Inch CMOS Fab’;
  • 19 March - ‘Innovative Packaging Plans for Littelfuse SiC Devices’;
  • 20 March - ‘In-Depth Analysis of Driving Loss and Driving Power Supply Structure for SiC MOSFETs’; and
  • 21 March - ‘Continuous Operation Evaluation Platform for SiC MOSFETs and Diodes’.

Tags: SiC Schottky barrier diodes SiC power devices

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