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Fränce
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Good morning 🙂

What is the maximum allowed thermal interface temperature for 175°C Primepack modules with IGBT5 and .XT.
In particular for the FF1800R17IP5P.
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IGBT_Wizzard
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Fränce wrote:
Good morning 🙂

What is the maximum allowed thermal interface temperature for 175°C Primepack modules with IGBT5 and .XT.
In particular for the FF1800R17IP5P.


Hi Fränce,
the IFX specific thermal interface material TIM (module names with pre-applied material use the extension...P) is qualified up to a continous base plate temperature of Tc=150°C. The IFX-Tim temperature specification is given in the module datasheets with TIM and in the AN2012-07 Rev.2.1
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TS

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Fränce
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One more Question regarding IGBT 5 and XT... Could you please elaborate on the advantages of IGBT5/.XT modules compared to modules with standard joining technology?
Do you have any documentation about this technology?
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IGBT_Wizzard
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Fränce wrote:
Good morning 🙂

What is the maximum allowed thermal interface temperature for 175°C Primepack modules with IGBT5 and .XT.
In particular for the FF1800R17IP5P.


Hi Fränce,
the IFX specific thermal interface material TIM (module names with pre-applied material use the extension...P) is qualified up to a continous base plate temperature of Tc=150°C. The IFX-Tim temperature specification is given in the module datasheets with TIM and in the AN2012-07 Rev.2.1
Regards
TS
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IGBT_Wizzard
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Fränce wrote:
One more Question regarding IGBT 5 and XT... Could you please elaborate on the advantages of IGBT5/.XT modules compared to modules with standard joining technology?
Do you have any documentation about this technology?


Hi Fränce,
all IGBT5/.XT power modules can be used up to a junction temperature of Tvj=175°C.
Beside further advantages and based on this the biggest adantage is given by the higher robustness against load cycling.
In life time consuming applications e.g. Windturbine converter, CAV or traction the IGBT5/.XT power modules will result in a significant higher robustness against cycling load.
If you have further questions regarding IGBT5/:XT, let me know ....
Regards
TS
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