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VisIC shows a gallium nitride 3-phase traction inverter with an automotive-grade PMSM motor

VisIC Technologies says that a major automotive OEM has evaluated its 2.2 mΩ, 650 V half-bridge power module based on four parallel 8 mΩ power FETs, using a PMSM motor. At 400 V, the inverter phase current reached 350 A rms (500 A peak). Driving cycle testing showed comparable efficiency to commercial silicon carbide-based modules…. Read more »

Microvast provides battery packs for REE Automotive’s commercial EV platforms

Battery manufacturer Microvast will provide its MV-C Gen 4 HpCO lithium-ion battery packs to REE Automotive for use in REE’s P7 EV systems. Microvast says its vertical integration and unique battery technology and cell chemistry combine to meet REE’s power, density, charging time and cycle life needs. “Microvast’s MV-C Gen 4 battery pack is a… Read more »

Ilika leads £8.2-million collaboration with industry experts to develop  automotive solid-state battery

British solid-state battery manufacturer Ilika Technologies is leading a 24-month, £8.2-million Faraday Battery Challenge collaboration project. Code-named HISTORY, the project’s focus is on integrating high-silicon-content electrodes into the company’s Goliath solid-state battery in order to enable automotive-level performance. Ilika will receive a grant of £2.8 million from the project and will partner with the manufacturer… Read more »

TWAICE battery analytics software earns TISAX label for automotive cybersecurity

TWAICE, a provider of battery analytics software, has obtained the TISAX label for cybersecurity. TISAX (Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange) is a globally recognized standard for cybersecurity in the automotive and industrial automation sectors. To earn the TISAX label, TWAICE completed an assessment process to verify that it meets TISAX’s standards for information security, including… Read more »

Kyocera AVX introduces automotive-qualified supercapacitors

US electronic components manufacturer Kyocera AVX has launched its first automotive-qualified supercapacitors, also known as cylindrical, electrochemical, double-layer capacitors. According to the company, its five SCC Series supercapacitors are tested and qualified to the AEC-Q200 standard, meeting test conditions designed to replicate the mechanical and electrical conditions in automotive applications. They are rated for 25… Read more »

Renesas launches new generation of automotive Intelligent Power Devices

Japanese semiconductor manufacturer Renesas Electronics has revealed a new automotive Intelligent Power Device (IPD) that’s designed to safely and flexibly control power distribution within vehicles. The new RAJ2810024H12HPD is available in a small TO-252-7 package and reduces the mounting area by about 40% compared to the conventional TO-263 package product. Renesas also says that the… Read more »

Advanced Material Solutions For Automotive Power Module Applications

In recent years, high power electronics have become one of the fastest growing market segments of the semiconductor industry. Power electronic modules used therein are typically operating at high voltage and high current density and must cope with high temperatures and harsh conditions. The demand for higher efficiency of electrical drive systems in e-mobility, meaning… Read more »

GKN Automotive’s new real-time test rig for EV driveline parts

GKN Automotive has introduced a new test rig designed for EV driveline parts such as side shafts. “Electric vehicles place different load dynamics on our driveline components, and this new rig allows us to accurately reproduce those to achieve an unprecedented level of testing,” says the Director of Product Technology at GKN Automotive, Mario Syhre…. Read more »