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Mitsubishi Electric to Launch HV100 dual type X-Series HVIGBT Modules

For extra powerful and efficient inverter systems in railways, electric power systems and more.

Mitsubishi Electric to Launch HV100 dual type X-Series HVIGBT Modules

X-Series HVIGBT module HV100 dual type

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today the coming launch of two new HV100 dual type X-Series HVIGBT modules for higher power, efficiency and reliability in inverter systems for large industrial equipment such as railways and electric power systems. The modules achieve industry-leading* dual type 600A current ratings with 10kVrms isolation voltage, believed to be unmatched among silicon HVIGBT modules rated at 3.3kV. Sample shipments will start in April 2021.

*According to Mitsubishi Electric research as of December 17, 2020.

Product Features
1)Industry-leading 600A rating for increased capacity

  • Current rating of 600A, tops among high-current-density dual types with 10 kVrms isolation voltage and 3.3kV collector-emitter voltage, will help realize high-power, high-efficiency inverter systems for large industrial equipment such as electric railways and DC transmission systems.
  • Seventh-generation IGBTs incorporating CSTBT and RFC diodes achieve 8.57A/cm2 power density, unsurpassed by other Si-modules (3.3kV/600A version).

2)High isolation voltage and easy parallel connection for flexible circuit configurations and capacities

  • HV100 package with 10kVrms isolation voltage will help simplify insulation design in multi-level circuits for large industrial equipment.
  • Terminal layout is optimized for easy paralleling and more flexible inverter configurations.

3)New package structure for more reliable inverter systems

  • Integration of the isolating plate and heat sink increases the thermal cycle lifetime for relatively long-term cycling of case temperatures.
  • Lower thermal resistance increases power cycle lifetime for relatively short-term cycling of chip temperatures.

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