ST's 2nd-gen Silicon-Carbide MOSFETs
Join our 1-hour webinar and learn how to take efficiency to the next level with ST's 2nd-gen Silicon-Carbide MOSFETs.
This webinar was broadcasted Thursday, 17th September 2020
How ST's 2nd-gen Silicon-Carbide MOSFETs take efficiency to a next level: 15 kW Power Factor Conversion reference design.
Join ST’s one-hour webinar and discover the key benefits of 2nd generation STPOWER Silicon-Carbide MOSFETs specifically for a Power Factor Correction application. Using our 15kW, 3 phase Vienna rectifier reference design (STDES-VIENNARECT), you will see how our STPOWER SiC MOSFETs can improve the performance of your application in terms of energy efficiency, system form factor and overall cost.
You will learn
- How to reach efficiency that is above 99%
- How to take advantage of the 650V SiC MOSFETs' high switching frequency to optimize feedback and control circuitry
- How to adopt the latest technology to re-think your power coversion systems
- SiC MOSFET characteristics overview
- Overview of ST's 2nd-generation STPOWER Silicon-Carbide MOSFETs
- Our roadmap of SiC solutions for industrial applications
- Basics on power factor correction and how to optimize designs for efficiency
- Getting started with our reference design (STDES-VIENNARECT) for high-power three-phase AC/DC rectifier applications based on the Vienna topology
There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where ST's experienced engineers will be available to answer your questions.
Rosario is Product Discrete Silicon Carbide Marketing Project Leader at STMicroelectronics since 2017. He started his career in semiconductors as Device Engineer with ST in 1996. From 2008 to 2017, he worked as Product Engineer for testing analog and mixed-signal devices.
Francesco is managing the “High Efficiency High Power Converters Applications”, in System Research and Applications Group, developing innovative solutions in the field of high efficiency converters. Previously Associate Researcher at University of Catania and had cooperation with the University of Wisconsin, Madison (WI), USA. He joined ST in 2000 and since 2005 he is managing Power Conversion Application Team, developing high efficiency power converters. Since 2015 he is a Principal Member of ST Technical Staff, he is author of more than 40 papers on IEEE Journal and holds 6 patents on power converters and related solutions.