Rohm SCH2080KE SiC Transistor
2nd Generation SiC MOSFET with SiC-SBD
In 3 years, the performance/cost ratio of SiC MOSFET has been multiplied by 3.
The SCH2080KE from ROHM Semiconductor is a 2nd generation high-voltage SiC (Silicon Carbide) power MOSFET. With a breakdown voltage of 1200V for a current of 28A (100°C), the SCH2080KE offers a very low on-resistance (80mΩ), a fast switching speed and a fast reverse recovery.
This MOSFET is already integrated in power modules by Danfoss for PV inverters and in train engine modules co-developed with Alstom. Rohm SiC MOSFET offers a second source to the CREE SiC MOSFET.
System Plus Consulting is publishing a reverse costing report on the SCH2080KE. Based on a complete teardown analysis, the report provides an estimation of the production cost of the SCH2080KE package, SiC MOSFET Transistor and Schottky Barrier Diode.
More information on that report at http://www.i-micronews.com/reports/Rohm-SCH2080KE-SiC-Transistor-2nd-Generation-SiC-MOSFET-SiC/12/432/