Transphorm to show GaN FET applications at PCIM Europe
At the 2017 Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion (PCIM) Europe expo (Nuremberg, Germany 16th to 18th May), Transphorm will showcase its recently announced AEC-Q101 qualified GaN FET-the industry's first automotive-grade GaN technology.
The company will also exhibit the advantages of its high voltage GaN FETs when used in a range of power electronics systems including power supplies, servo motors and photovoltaic inverters.
Industry's First GaN Servo Motor: Targeting 100W to 400W applications, the Yaskawa integrated servo motor uses Transphorm's GaN FETs to increase system power density and efficiency, to simplify system architecture, and to deliver a dramatic reduction in system size.
Industry's First GaN Redundant Power Supply: Targeting 500W applications, the Telcodium redundant AC power supply uses Transphorm's TPH3206PS and TPH3202PS GaN FETs to increase efficiency and power density while reducing standby power (to less than 1W) and internal temperature yields.
Industry's First GaN AC-DC Power Supply with Bridgeless Totem-Pole PFC: Targeting 3kW applications, the Bel Power TET3000 uses Transphorm's TPH3205WS to achieve 80 Plus Titanium efficiency while reducing system size to meet a 1U design.
The company will also be showing its 4.2kW PV Inverter (DC to DC, DC to AC) and 3.3kW Totem-Pole PFC reference designs, slated for release later this year.Â