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IGBT Array & Module Transistor, N Channel, 200 A, 1.2 kV, 1.34 kW, 1.2 kV, Module

CM200DY-24A - IGBT Array & Module Transistor, N Channel, 200 A, 1.2 kV, 1.34 kW, 1.2 kV, Module

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Manufacturer:
POWEREX POWEREX
Manufacturer Part No:
CM200DY-24A
Newark Part No.:
19K9214
Product Range
A Series
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N Channel
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200A
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1.2kV
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1.34kW
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1.2kV
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Module
:
7Pins
:
150°C
:
A Series
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Suggest whether IGBT module (part number CM200DY-24A) can be used in the linear region?
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IGBT modules are designed to be used as switches. Any attempt to operate in the linear region will result in device failure.
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Can you suggest whether IGBT used as a contactor (part number CM200DY-24A)
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IGBTs do not make good substitutes for mechanical contactors or AC switch configured thyristors because of the severe voltage spikes associated with the energy stored in the parasitic inductance of the source
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