Hello: Looking for a robust GaN with 150V or higher breakdown voltage.
Came across this peculiar device IGO60R070D1.
Its Vgs is NEGATIVE WITH CURRENT CONTROEL of the gate?
We cannot use it but is there an equivalent GaN with + Vgs?
Hello, I have some doubts about Infineon's 12V 3KW server POWER SUPPLY. According to the document, the DC/DC isolation converter uses 4 transformers, using half-bridge LLC for power conversion, each transformer is responsible for a quarter For all the output power, the synchronous rectifier MOS used is Rds_on 0.5mΩ, I want to seek this model and his layout.
I'm currently learning about the LLC converter. But a few questions popped up.
Q1: Uncertainties about the body diode Primary Side
Some sources state, that the LLC to be able to gurantee ZVS operation an intrinsic body diode is necessary.
Resonant inductor current must be high enough to discharge the voltage of effective capacitance (Coss) appearing in parallel with drain-sources of the power MOSFETs. Additionally the converter must work in the inductive region to achieve ZVS.
When the FET switches during body diode conduction (leading to zero), a ZVS transition happens.
Incomplete body diode reverse recovery can damage the power FET due to large current caused by the high reverse recovery charge. This happens mainly during startup. This can be prevented by using the FETs with fast body diode because its low reverse recovery charge as well as the short recovery time. There are multiple approaches to get rid of this problem. 
Some LLC converter designs use GaN HEMTs, which have low equivalent capacitance, which shortens the charging/discharging time Co(tr). But it they do not have an intrinsic body diode and therefore zero reverse recovery charge.
So does the body diode not affect the ZVS behavior and GaN can be used?
Q2: Uncertainties about the body diode Secondary Side
When GaN is used, it is mostly used only on the primary side, and not on the secondary side.
In one Abstract is written that "[...] reverse recovery and junction capacitance (C j ) of secondary-side diode critically affect the ZVS condition of primary-side switches." 
Is this maybe the main reason why mostly Si or SiC is used?
Can't one just use GaN HEMTs here as well?
Additionally on the secondary side are often multiple FETs used in parallel. Is this only to split the current?
 Primary Side MOSFET Selection for LLC Topology (infineon)
 Analysis of Diode Reverse Recovery Effect on ZVS Condition for GaN-Based LLC Resonant Converter
The pulsed current capability at Vds=600V is also in that case basically null.
May I know the phenomenon root cause? it's material or horizontal structure of power device limitation?
I want to use CoolGaN™ 600 V half-bridge evaluation platform featuring GaN EiceDRIVER™. However, this board expects a 50ohm pulse generator. I wonder whether it works well with my DSP F28379D.
I want to buy the pluggable wire connector, which can be connected with the EVAL_1EDF_G1B_HB_GAN board. Anybody can tell me?Show Less
When I download its simulation model from website and use it in LTspice,it shows unreadable code in this file,how do I fix this problem?Show Less
My customer want to know the IGT60R070D1's VGS max value. If I look into the data sheet, these is no value specified. Competitor GaN System has a similar performance to IGT60R070D1, part number GS-065-060-5-B-A has a VGS max value of +7V and +10V@<1 us. Pls get back to me with your answer.Show Less
Hi, i am using IGT60R070D1 for boost pfc converter.
I am trying to estimate the power losses (switching and conduction losses) before make the system.
The conduction loss is easily calculated, but the switching loss is difficult to calculate because there is an absence of information (ex, Eon and Eoff).
Is there a separate way to receive information about Eon and Eoff?
And doesn't Infineon provide the Plecs simulation tool?
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