AMP EV units use Wolfspeed SiC chips
E-Series SiC MOSFETs integrated into e-mobility energy management unit
AMP, a US battery management and charging technology company, has integrated Wolfspeed’s E-Series SiC MOSFETs into AMP’s e-mobility energy management unit. The unit combines ultra-fast DC charging, DC-DC, and bi-directional on-board AC charging in a single platform.
“At AMP, we understand the power that SiC brings to vehicle electrification. We are proud to collaborate with another US-based company on technologies that make a greener and smarter tomorrow,” said Jiaqi Liang, VP of hardware engineering at AMP. “The use of Wolfspeed’s SiC in AMP’s Energy Management Unit (EMU) unlocks higher power density and efficiency, better platform scalability, and precise charging control. All are acutely observed by consumers through improvements in cabin space, charging time, and lower cost.”
“AMP’s integration of our technology signals continued growth for SiC in the automotive industry,” said Jay Cameron, SVP and general manager, Power at Wolfspeed. “The expansion of our automotive-qualified 650V and 1200V E-Series SiC MOSFET portfolio allows AMP to easily deploy their products for either 400V or 800V systems.”