Webinar How to utilize full performance of SiC MOSFETs for solar applications
Silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFETs are making major inroads into solar inverters. Engineers are keen to achieve high efficiency across the entire load range. SiC MOSFETs' low on-state resistance and low switching losses support those efforts, especially when the focus is on achieving high efficiency at light loads.
The intrinsic body diode is a very rugged component that enables engineers to install SiC MOSFETs in hard-switched, totem-pole configurations that use synchronous rectification to achieve highest efficiency. But latest-generation SiC MOSFETs have their limitations. This webinar zooms in for a closer look at these drawbacks and puts forward solutions to resolve the issues at hand.
- Why SiC MOSFETs are becoming popular in solar inverters?
- Benefits and drawbacks depicted on a case study
- How to overcome the limitations
- Reliability constraints