APT Announces Silicon Carbide (SiC) Schottky Diodes

March 3, 2004
Advanced Power Technology’s new line of SiC ZERO RECOVERY Schottky Diodes is offered in plastic and hermetic packages. Packages include D2, D3, TO-220,
Advanced Power Technology’s new line of SiC ZERO RECOVERY Schottky Diodes is offered in plastic and hermetic packages. Packages include D2, D 3, TO-220, TO-247, and SOT-227 as well as hermetic TO-257, TO-254 and TO-258 packages. Available in 600-V and 1200-V breakdown voltages, configurations include single discrete devices, multi-die discrete devices and center-tap devices.

In addition to discrete devices, APT has combined these SiC ZERO RECOVERY Schottky Diodes with our latest POWERMOS 7 IGBT to create “combis” for higher efficiency converters.

Power Modules and other custom designs using the SiC ZERO RECOVERY Schottky diodes also are available.

For more information, visit www.advancedpower.com.

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