Next-generation power transistor breaks through efficiency limits of embedded systems

05-07-2024 | WIN SOURCE | Power

As a leading power conversion solution, Infineon Technology's IPT007N06N, available now from WIN SOURCE, plays a central role in modern power electronics design. This N-channel power MOSFET uses its outstanding on-resistance and extremely high current-carrying capability to supply developers with unprecedented design flexibility and performance.

The device is engineered to perform extremely low on-resistance (Rds(on)), around 0.7milliohms, greatly surpassing similar products. This characteristic ensures low thermal losses and high efficiency in high-current applications, making it an excellent choice for automotive and industrial applications. Also, this MOSFET supports a maximum drain-source voltage of 100V, providing stable operation across various voltage levels.

The device's peak current handling capability (300A) enables it to effectively manage large-scale energy conversions in EVs and renewable energy systems, while its packaging design considers thermal needs to ensure reliability during prolonged operations.

In terms of system integration, the device simplifies hardware layouts in high-power applications through its advanced packaging technology. It is compatible with different soldering and mounting techniques, making this MOSFET appropriate not only for traditional PCB mounting but also for power module integration through direct soldering.

Furthermore, Infineon supplies extensive technical support and documentation for the device, enabling designers and engineers to fully use the performance advantages of this MOSFET, including detailed application guides and models to optimise designs and shorten time to market.

The device, with its excellent performance and design flexibility, brings revolutionary progress to the field of power electronics. Whether in power systems of EVs, industrial automation, or smart grid energy management solutions, it is essential to advancing efficiency and reliability. It not only represents Infineon's commitment to technological innovation but is also the component of choice for designers seeking higher system performance and energy efficiency.


By Seb Springall

Seb Springall is a seasoned editor at Electropages, specialising in the product news sections. With a keen eye for the latest advancements in the tech industry, Seb curates and oversees content that highlights cutting-edge technologies and market trends.