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Mitsubishi Electric to Launch Support Service for Accelerated System Development with LV100 Power Semiconductors

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it will launch a web-based service on June 28 to provide data on the design and validation of a proprietary prototype inverter equipped with a module containing three LV100 insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs), aiming to help customers accelerate their development of high-power inverters for applications such as photovoltaic power-generation systems. Customers involved in developing prototype inverter systems with LV100 packages are expected to use reference information provided by the service to reduce their design, manufacture and validation workloads. The service will be exhibited at major trade shows, including Power Conversion Intelligent Motion (PCIM) Europe 2024 in Nuremberg, Germany from June 11 to 13.

The prototype inverter includes a package of three parallel LV100 industrial IGBTs in a module measuring 100mm x 140mm module, typical of those used in high-power inverter systems. The reference data will include design data, such as geometry, component layout and electrical circuitry, as well as evaluation data such as temperatures, short-circuit protection, current balance and computer-aided engineering (CAE) validation results.

Details of New Service

1) Prototype inverter components list and design information will reduce design workload

- The service will provide a list of components for Mitsubishi Electric’s proprietary prototype inverter and design information covering parts configuration, electrical circuitry, etc., helping to reduce the burden of parts selection and design.

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Mitsubishi Electric Corporation


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Takeyoshi Komatsu

Public Relations Division

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

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