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CM75~200TL/RL-12NF, CM50~200TL/RL-24NF
IGBT module with 6 or 7 CSTBT elements
A great contribution to miniaturization
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These 6- or 7-element IGBT modules, using the latest 5th-generation IGBT (CSTBT) elements, were developed for general-purpose inverters in industrial electrical power equipment and are compatible from 50A to 200A. This product group incorporates 3 inverter circuits in one and adopts the same package as IPM, thus making a great contribution to miniaturization, especially equipment. Moreover, with its high power cycle , it has an increased range of applications including use in intermittently powered equipment.
6 or 7 elements (3 inverter bridge circuit [+ brake circuit]) in a small package
Adopts CSTBT (Carrier Stored Trench Gate Bipolar Transistor) for low power loss
The brake’s current capacity is 1/2 that of the inverter
�Adopts high-speed diode in consideration of applications in comparatively high switching frequencies
High power cycle
Uses gate-terminal connectors
Main specifications
CM75-200TL-12NF: (six element s) 4 models
CM75-200RL-12NF: (seven element s) 4 models
CM50-200TL-24NF: (six element s) 5 models
CM50-200RL-24NF: (seven element s) 5 models
Ideal for general-industrial-use electric-power apparatus with direct-current/exchange conversion, for example, general-purpose inverters, etc., for motor control, exchange power-supply equipment, etc.
Future deployment
By configuring three inverter bridge circuits (+ brake circuit) in one module, miniaturization and ease of handling are extended across the whole system. Further expansion across industrial markets is expected.
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