How IGBT power modules with shunts reduce system costs and simplify inverter design

In this webinar the advantages of IGBT modules with integrated shunts as an alternative to Hall Effect sensors will be introduced.

The attendee will learn why shunt modules enable a reduction of mechanical components, inverter size, production effort and risks, which finally leads to significant reductions in system costs of the inverter design.

 

Speakers

 

  • Silke Esser, Product Marketing Manager with Infineon Technologies
    Silke has been with Infineon for three years. In her role as Product Marketing Manager in the Low and Medium Power Segment she is responsible for the EconoDUAL™ product family. Silke holds a diploma in European Business Studies from the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, Germany. She has proven track record of more than 18 years in product marketing and marketing communications for complex technology products.
  • Michael Gadermann, Technical Marketing Manager with Infineon Technologies
    Michael has been with Infineon for five years now. He is responsible for the technical support of the EconoPACK™+ and EconoDUAL™3 product family. Michael holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from the University of Applied Sciences Soest, Germany .In his former role as Application Engineer he has gained a lot of experience in application support as responsible for Industrial Drives.


 


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