For electric and hybrid vehicles, there are some legally fixed regulations to ensure, among other things, reliable occupant protection in the event of a vehicle accident. These include that the high-voltage (HV) mains installed in these vehicles must be discharged below a voltage of less than 60 V within a few seconds. Their original DC voltage of up to 500 V or more and the connected high-voltage battery, pose a considerable danger in the event of a short circuit. It is therefore necessary to disconnect the HV mains and isolate the high-voltage battery from the high-voltage mains.
- Good thermal performance (Rth(JC) 0.7 °C / W).
- Allows high-temperature operation at 50 A
- Prevents false triggering due to fast electrical transients across terminals in the AC mains
- High inrush current capability
- Overvoltage resistance up to 550 A at 60 Hz half-wave
- Maximum junction temperature: TJ = 150 °C
- dv / dt noise immunity up to 1000 V / µs
- di / dt capability up to 100 A / µs
- Clip-die-attach assembly
- Halogen-free and RoHS compliant
- AEC-Q101 qualified
- Rectifiers and voltage regulators
- AC solid-state switch
- Inrush current limiting circuit
- Overvoltage protection with clamping circuit (crowbar)
- Phase regulators
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