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20 April 2023

Infineon showcasing power semiconductors and wide-bandgap technologies at PCIM

In booth #412 (Hall 7) at the Power, Control and Intelligent Motion (PCIM) Europe 2023 trade fair in Nuremberg (9–11 May), Infineon Technologies AG of Munich, Germany is showcasing how its latest solutions in power semiconductors and wide-bandgap technologies provide answers to the current challenges of green and digital transformation. Under the motto ‘Driving decarbonization and digitalization. Together.’, the firm is giving demonstrations, live TechTalks, and the opportunity to discuss design challenges with experts. Alternatively, industry professionals can register for the Infineon's virtual platform, available around the clock from 27 April onwards.

WBG technologies for increased energy efficiency

Infineon’s wide-bandgap (WBG) portfolio offers comprehensive options with high efficiency and power density. Highlights include CoolGaN-based USB-C adapters and chargers, as well as solutions for e-mobility with CoolGaN SG HEMTs, EiceDRIVER gate driver ICs and XENSIV sensors. New chip technologies including HybridPACK Drive CoolSiC G2 simplify automotive electrification, and packaging innovations for silicon, SiC and GaN power technologies with topside cooling (TSC) enable pushing the limits of efficiency and power density in high-performance industrial and automotive applications.

Energy transition technologies

With power semiconductors that improve the efficiency and miniaturization of wind and photovoltaic plants, Infineon says that it not only supports the most climate-friendly forms of energy generation but also promotes the competitiveness of renewable energies. Feasible storage solutions are also enabled by the firm’s power portfolio, which is an important factor in their economic viability.

Electric vehicle charging solutions

Infineon's power solutions for traction inverters, on-board chargers, DC–DC converters and battery management systems support the rapid expansion of e-mobility and e-transport along with the corresponding charging infrastructure. One highlight is a modular 50kW CoolSiC reference design for fast DC charging systems for electric vehicles. In addition to Infineon’s complete range of traction inverters, charging solutions such as the first wall-mounted DC charger, the alpitronic HYC50 bi-directional 50kW charging station, is also being presented at the PCIM booth.

In addition to the demonstrations, Infineon has organized a comprehensive series of nine TechTalks at its booth, spanning a wide range of topics including solid-state circuit breakers, energy storage systems, EV charging, heat pumps, hydrogen production, solar and traction inverters as well as CoolSiC and CoolGaN solutions. In addition, Infineon experts are participating in the PCIM conference and poster sessions.

At the PCIM Europe 2023 tradeshow, Infineon is showcasing product-to-system solutions for applications that will power the world and shape the future. Company representatives are also giving several presentations at the accompanying PCIM Conference and Industry & E-Mobility Forum with live and on-demand video presentations, followed by discussions with the speakers.

Tags: Infineon



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