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ON Semiconductor offers Intelligent Power Modules by combining its power expertise and Insulated Metal Substrate Technology
News Release from:
08 May 2012
ON Semiconductor , is demonstrating its Intelligent Power Modules (IPM) at this year's PCIM show in Europe. Experts will be on hand at the company's booth to discuss its technology, design support and manufacturing capabilities.
By combining the company’s Insulated Metal Substrate Technology (IMST) with its broad power solutions portfolio and longstanding expertise in efficient power management, ON Semiconductor provides an innovative range of Intelligent Power Modules and power inverters as well as design support and manufacturing capability. These IPM solutions cost-effectively address power applications in white goods, solar power and electric hybrid vehicles.
ON Semiconductor’s extensive portfolio of high efficiency power modules range from 300 watts (W) to 5 kilowatts (kW), allowing an unrivalled breadth of customer applications to be addressed, including inverters, boost drivers and motor drivers. With a compact design and footprint that integrates a range of built-in features and intelligent functionality, customers can simplify design, conserve board space, improve reliability, and reduce both component count and overall costs for their end-products.
“Leveraging our experience and expertise in the design and manufacture of advanced discrete power components, and applying the IMST technology gained through ON Semiconductor’s acquisition of SANYO Semiconductor gives us a unique strength in the power module market,” said Eijyu Maehara, Hybrid IC division general manager of ON Semiconductor’s SANYO division. “Our extensive range of products and capabilities in this sector will help us to meet the challenges encountered by our customers with innovative, intelligent, and highly integrated solutions.”
ON Semiconductor will be featuring live product presentations for power modules and discrete IGBTs for induction heating, efficient motor drive and solar inverters at PCIM from May 8 – 10 at Stand #371 in Hall 12 of the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg.
Bruno Damien, ON Semiconductor’s sales director EMEA for Renewable Energy, will present a paper at PCIM entitled: ‘New Hybrid Technology for Solar Inverters and more Applications’, on May 9 at 16.00.