GaN delivers the ability to double available power in standardized server and telecom form factors.
Reduce energy losses by up to 40%-50%, with a significantly smaller and lighter PV inverter.
EV and charging
With the industry’s only AEC-Q101 qualified GaN, size and weight reduction translating to longer distance per charge and lower system cost is becoming a reality.
The TPH3205WSBQA targets on-board charger (OBC) and DC to DC systems for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEV). Today OBCs are uni-directional (AC to DC) using standard boost topologies; however, since GaN FETs are bi-directional by nature, they become the perfect fit for the bridgeless totem-pole power factor correction (PFC) topology. Meaning, a bi-directional OBC can then be designed with GaN to reduce the number of Si devices, weight and overall system cost.
Servo motors using GaN enable several system benefits including higher efficiency, smaller core devices, size reduction, less wiring, and lower ambient noise.