Compact half-bridge gate driver family targets applications with a blocking voltage of 600 V
May 08, 2013 // Paul Buckley
Infineon Technologies AG will be unveiling the 2EDL EiceDRIVER Compact half-bridge gate driver at PCIM 2013. The device is targeting applications with a blocking voltage of 600 V.
With the introduction of the Compact products, we can offer an in-depth driver IC program that differentiates by application as well functionality. The EiceDriver Compact is aimed directly at the mass market in consumer as well as industrial areas, said Oliver Hellmund, responsible for marketing the EiceDRIVER at Infineon. Depending on current strength and packaging, the price per component ranges from 0.31 to 0.61 for orders of 10,000 units. Along with the Compact class, the EiceDRIVER family also includes the EiceDRIVER Safe, which is designed exclusively to meet high demand on security and reliability in the industrial market. The EiceDRIVER Enhanced class offers improved functionality in the industrial and, to a degree, the consumer markets.All news
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