DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gz7zjf/transphorm) has announced the addition of the "Transphorm TPH3002PS - Reverse Costing Analysis" report to their offering.
The TPH3002PS is a 600V EZ-GaN HEMT for high frequency operations from Transphorm. Manufactured by Fujitsu and assembled in a TO220 package, it features the Quiet-TabTM scheme which increases switching speed by 200%. With a 7.5ns turn-on and a 10ns turn-off, the TPH3002PS has a higher switch frequency than the best CoolMOS.
The TPH3002PS is based on a cascode configuration of a GaN on Silicon HEMT transistor to hold the high voltage and a standard low voltage MOSFET to drive high frequency and to make a normally-off transistor from a normally-on GaN HEMT.
The device is assembled in a TO220 package for an easy integration in converter electronic system. Moreover, it integrates a Quiet-Tab and a Gate-Source-Drain (GSD) pin-out arrangement in order to reduce the parasitic inductance and capacitance in high frequency and to allow 200% increase in switching speed compared to traditional TO-220.
The report presents a deep technology analysis of the packaging and the components with TEM images of the complex GaN epitaxy layer stack and transistor structure.
It also includes production cost analysis and overall comparison with GaN Systems GS66508P 650V HEMT.
Key Topics Covered
- Overview / Introduction
- Companies Profile
- Physical Analysis
- Physical Analysis Methodology
- GaN on Si HEMT Die
- Resistor Die
- MOSFET Die
- Manufacturing Process Flow
- Cost Analysis
- Main steps of economic analysis
- Price Estimation
- Comparison with GaN System GS
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