Complimentary live webinar
“Understanding the Quality + Reliability of High Voltage GaN FETs in Power Applications”
July 25, 2019 at 2 p.m. EDT (11 a.m. PDT / 8 p.m. CEST)
1 hour, including question and answer session
Ron Barr, Vice President of Quality + Reliability, Transphorm
Philip Zuk, Vice President, Worldwide Technical Marketing and NA Sales, Transphorm
Increasingly, more power applications use high voltage GaN transistors to increase power density as well as to reduce system size and cost. However, GaN FETs are fairly new to many engineers. This can lead to general knowledge gaps and misinformation sharing. Importantly, because GaN devices do not perform the same as Silicon devices, their validation testing differs from what is generally understood about Quality + Reliability (Q+R) testing today. It’s necessary to understand these differences to accurately determine which GaN FETs to use; appropriate design configurations; and product lifetime—the factor used by product manufacturers to evaluate warranty risks.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Content suitable for engineers researching or developing GaN-based power systems and decision makers defining innovative end products such as adapters, automotive chargers and power systems, industrial power supplies, PC Gaming power supplies, three-phase power supplies, etc.
Click here to register or visit https://www.globalspec.com/events/eventdetails?eventId=2564.
Welcome to the GaN Revolution!
Transphorm designs and manufactures the highest performance, highest reliability 650 V and 900 V GaN semiconductors for high-voltage power conversion applications. Holding the largest IP portfolio (1000+ issued and pending patents worldwide), Transphorm produces the industry’s first JEDEC and AEC-Q101 qualified GaN FETs. This is due to a vertically-integrated business approach, which allows for innovation at every development stage: design, fabrication, device, and application support. Transphorm: moving power electronics beyond Silicon limits. Website: transphormusa.com Twitter: @transphormusa