Leapers Semiconductor introduced a new 62 mm package SiC module product portfolio, achieving top-tier performance in the industry. The modules adopt the widely used 62 mm module half-bridge topology design in the industrial field, using high-quality mature chips. It boasts high voltage resistance, outstanding power density, high short-circuit tolerance, and a temperature coefficient 1.4 times better than industry standards.

The 62 mm SiC modules include voltage resistance specifications of 1200V and 1700V, meeting the demands of high-power applications, especially suitable for applications in the smart grid, rail transit, energy storage, and power supplies.

Because of the use of leading-edge chip solutions in the industry and the application of low thermal resistance and low stray capacitance packaging technology, along with the use of Si3N4 AMB low thermal resistance substrate, Leapers’ 62 mm SiC product excels in power density, short-circuit current withstand capability, thermal resistance, and other capabilities. Particularly under high junction temperature conditions, the module’s conduction and switching losses significantly outperform industry standards.

Technical Features:

  • Voltage resistance options: 1200V or 1700V
  • Outstanding current output capability
  • Temperature coefficient index better than industry standards
  • Low losses, excellent short-circuit current withstand capability
  • Si3N4 AMB, low thermal resistance

Currently, Leapers 62 mm SiC modules have undergone bench tests and received orders, involving applications such as grid inverters and auxiliary inverters for rail transit vehicles. Downstream customers include domestic power grid and overseas rail transit enterprises.

Original – Leapers Semiconductor