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SemiQ to unveil half-bridge modules in S3 package at PCIM

20th May 2024
Sheryl Miles
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SemiQ, a designer, developer, and global supplier of superior silicon carbide (SiC) solutions for efficient, high-performance, and high-voltage applications, will showcase its latest SiC power solutions and recently launched Known-Good-Die (KGD) screening process at PCIM Europe 2024 in Nuremberg from 11–13 June 2024.

During the event SemiQ will debut the latest addition to its QSiC family of high-speed-switching MOSFET half-bridge modules in S3 packages, which offer enhanced design flexibility and performance in current applications.

Featuring industry-standard 62mm footprints and standing at 26.3mm in height, the new power modules address the size, weight, and power demands of challenging applications, ranging from induction heaters, welding equipment, and uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) to photovoltaic and wind inverters, energy storage systems, high-voltage DC/DC converters and battery charging systems for electric vehicles (EVs). They are available in 600A (GCMX003A120S3B1-N) and 400A (GCMX005A120S3B1-N). Visitors will also be able to see SemiQ’s QSiC family of 1,200V modules in SOT-227, half-bridge and full-bridge options.

Attendees visiting SemiQ's stand at Alfatec’s booth (Hall 7, 418) will have the opportunity to learn more about the recently launched Known-Good-Die (KGD) screening program, and see SemiQ’s MOSFET bare die on Known-Good-Die UV tape array for the first time. The KGD process delivers high-quality, electrically sorted, and optically inspected advanced SiC MOSFET technology ready for back-end processing and direct die attachment.

“We're thrilled to participate at PCIM, a significant event in the power electronics industry," said Dr. Timothy Han, President of SemiQ. "With the expansion of our QSiC family, our goal is to offer a comprehensive, high-performance SiC portfolio across various sectors and offer customised solutions for cutting-edge designs. Our continued dedication to rigorous testing and quality assurance, delivering unmatched reliability, is embodied in our new KGD program which we will be demonstrating at the event.”

Founded in 1979, PCIM Europe stands as the pinnacle exhibition and conference for power electronics and its applications. Held annually in Nuremberg, the event attracts industry specialists and academia from around the globe, serving as the platform where new trends, technologies, and developments are first unveiled to the public.

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