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CoolMOS™ C7 - Device Features
by Infineon - 2013-05-22 17:11 - 2,496 views
Infineon's new CoolMOS™ C7 series is a revolutionary step forward in technology, providing the worlds's lowest RDS(on) per package and, thanks to its low switching losses, efficiency improvements over the full load range. C7 is optimized for hard switching topologies such as Power Factor Correction (CCM PFC), Two Transistor Forward (TTF) and Solar Boost in applications such as Solar, Server, Telecom and UPS. The 650V breakdown voltage makes it suitable for both Solar and Switched Mode Power Supplies (SMPS) PFC stages where extra safety margin is required.
CoolMOS™ C7 - Efficiency Requirements
by Infineon - 2013-05-22 17:10 - 2,364 views
With the new 650V CoolMOS™ C7 series Infineon brings a new level of performance in hard switching applications such as Power Factor Correction (PFC). It is the successor to the CP series and provides efficiency benefits across the whole load range through balancing a number of key parameters. The Best-in-Class RDS(on) leads to increased full load efficiency and improves on our already Best-in-Class CoolMOS™ C6 parts in TO-220 and establishes clear leadership in TO-247. EOSS reduction brings efficiency benefits at light load and the low Qg correlates to faster switching and lower Eon and Eoff which gives efficiency benefits across the whole load range.

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