Bringing APEC 2020 To You
90 W PoE | SiC Gate Drivers | Protected Load Switches
Our new PoE portfolio complies with IEEE 802.bt standard, which more than doubles standard PoE power and expands the capabilities of wireless access points and IoT wireless gateways. Additionally, the portfolio’s higher power capabilities help make PoE-powered 5G small cell and digital buildings a practical reality.
Realize the potential of 802.3bt PoE power with our new PoE solutions: Si3471 single port power sourcing equipment (PSE), Si3474 multi-port PSE, and Si34071 power device (PD). We simplify adding 90 W PoE to any Ethernet port by offering fully autonomous PSEs that require no software, no host MCU, or programming. Furthermore, our Si34071 PDs and easy to use 71 W EVBs enable you to design high-power, high-efficiency 5 V and 12 V systems.
Learn how to maximize your system design for safety, flexibility, and reliability under harsh industrial conditions with a fun musical demonstration of our new Si834x isolated smart switch solutions. These devices offer advanced switch protection features, such as multi-voltage demagnetization clamp for inductive kick protection, and industry-leading diagnostics for an unprecedented level of detail on switch and load conditions.
Leverage our Si828x family of isolated gate drivers optimized to drive SiC FETs. These products are pre-tested with Wolfspeed SiC FETs and are well-suited for traction inverters in electric vehicles and industrial inverter applications.
Isolation Electronics Trends in Electric Vehicles (EV)
As the EV market continues to grow, so do the demands for semiconductor electronics. Isolation ICs have been part of BMS, OBC, traction inverters, and other EV modules for years; however, the demand for function integration, isolation robustness, automotive standard compliance, and cost competitiveness are driving technology advancements. Learn more about EV market trends, isolation electronics, future semiconductor technology, and related standards.
Optimizing Gate Drivers for Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFETs
The use of SiC MOSFETs in high-power applications continues to grow due to the design advantages they offer over their counter parts. Unfortunately, most gate drivers in the market today are not optimized to properly drive and protect SiC MOSFETs. Learn the practical techniques for selecting and optimizing gate drivers to efficiently drive and protect SiC MOSFETs in high-power applications.