Semikron highlights EV technology at PCIM 2018

5th June 2018
Lanna Cooper


At this year's PCIM in Nuremberg, Germany, Semikron are showcasing a range of power products for Electric Vehicles (EVs) which can be found in passenger cars, utility vehicles, trucks, buses and industrial and material handling vehicles.

This year the company’s stand focuses on are the SKiM63/93, SEMiX 3 Press-fit/ SEMiX spring/ SEMiX 5 and SEMITOP E1/E2.

The SKiM63/93 power module offers increased power density due to the baseplate-less design. The sintered chips, AICu wire bonds and the pressure contacts optimises reliability in power and thermal cycling tests, claimed the company.

The SEMiX 3 Press-fit/ SEMiX spring/ SEMiX 5 are an industry standard power module range, affording multiple sourcing.

The SEMITOP E1/E2 is an industry standard baseplate-less package that comes with a flexible pin out. These are customer-specific chipsets that include Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFETs.

SEMIKRON is a power module and system manufacturer. The company's power electronics are key technologies for energy conservation. The products are used for open-loop and closed-loop control and to convert electric energy in growing markets of the future, such as wind, solar, electromobility, drive technology and power supplies.

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