Infineon Technologies CIPOS Intelligent Power Modules | New Product Brief
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Infineon Technologies CIPOS Intelligent Power Modules
Infineon Technologies CIPOS Intelligent Power Modules are highly integrated, compact, and efficient power modules for a wide range of motor drive applications.
The modules are based on Infineon’s latest IGBTs, MOSFETs, gate drivers, and thermally-enhanced packaging technologies. CIPOS Nano IPMs feature a surface-mount Power QFN package for appliances and light industrial devices.
CIPOS Micro IPMs are a cost-effective option to address 20W to 450W designs with the same footprint. The CPIOS Tiny family offers maximum efficiency and design flexibility for appliance and industrial motors. CIPOS Mini IPMs have power ratings up to 3kW and are offered in a broad range of configurations.
CIPOS Maxi IPMs are designed for high reliability and high-performance applications and leverage Infineon’s 1200V IGBTs.
- Highly integrated, compact power modules based on latest Infineon IGBTs, MOSFETs, and gate driver ICs
- CIPOS Nano: Power QFN package as small as 7mm x 7mm
- 40V to 500V MOSFET
- CIPOS Micro: same footprint from 20W to 450W
- Modules for 110VAC and 230VAC
- CIPOS Tiny: SIP and DIP form factors for flexibility
- Low VCE(ON) TRENCHSTOP™ IGBTs
- CIPOS Mini: 2-phase, 3-phase and PFC configurations
- Power ratings up to 3kW
- CIPOS Maxi: optimized for increased reliability
- Smallest 1200V IPM package size
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