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CISSOID and Silicon Mobility partner to provide SiC inverter reference design

Semiconductor maker CISSOID and Silicon Mobility, a supplier of electrified powertrain control solutions, are partnering to deliver a complete and modular SiC inverter reference design that supports electric motor drives up to 350 kW / 850 V. The design combines CISSOID’s high-voltage power module, integrated gate driver board and control board with Silicon Mobility’s OLEA… Read more »

Customize An Efficient And Performant SiC Inverter With Reference Design From Silicon Mobility And CISSOID

Join this presentation to learn about a new comprehensive and modular reference design of a 350kW/850V silicon carbide (SiC) inverter for electric motor control. This reference design is the result of a partnership between Silicon Mobility and CISSOID. It is a unique alternative solution to the current offerings available on the market as it avoids… Read more »

CISSOID and Silicon Mobility develop SiC inverter platform

Semiconductor manufacturer CISSOID and digital control developer Silicon Mobility are partnering to develop a new series of SiC inverter products. The modular platform will offer a power module and its gate driver with protections and fault management, an ultra-fast field-programmable control unit (FPCU), and application software optimized for e-motor control. Each of CISSOID’s intelligent power… Read more »

Today’s EV engineering webinar schedule: Tuesday, April 18th

Today, Charged is hosting a virtual conference on EV engineering that’s free to attend. The conference includes live webinar sessions with interactive Q&As and on-demand webinars. View the daily session schedule online here. All live sessions will be recorded and available to view after the broadcasts. You can access the recorded videos on each session’s… Read more »

Silicon carbide is becoming the material of choice for EV power electronics

Silicon carbide is a hot topic in the power electronics field these days. As a recent article in the New York Times explains, SiC is a wide-bandgap (WBG) material that designers are increasingly choosing to make power electronics devices more efficient. WBG advantages The WBG classification has profound implications for device behavior and performance. This… Read more »