Advanced Power Electronics Designs New International Rectifier Components

Publish Date: Feb 27, 2017 | 4 Ratings | 5.00 out of 5 | Print

Overview

Overview NI Multisim includes over 500 new components with footprints and simulation models from International Rectifier as summarized below.

 

Multisim Family

Description

Components

DIODE

Diode

13

IGBT

IGBT

102

MOSFET_DRIVER

MOSFET Driver

54

POWER_MOS_COMP

Complimentary N-P Channel Power MOSFET

2

POWER_MOS_N

N-Channel Power MOSFET

353

POWER_MOS_P

P-Channel Power MOSFET

23

SCHOTTKY_DIODE

Schottky Diode

45

Total

 

592

 

Power MOSFETs Models

Some of the more noteworthy additions include Power MOSFETs such as single- and dual- N-channel and P-channel devices that offer fast switching speeds to meet a variety of power requirements. These devices can be used in applications such as:

  • AC-DC and DC-DC power supplies
  • audio and consumer electronics
  • motor control
  • lighting and home appliances

Visit the International Rectifier Power MOSFET page for detailed product specifications and applications at this location.

IGBT Models

For Switched Mode Power Supplies designs, Multisim includes over 100 new and updated IGBT components with footprints and simulation models.

Now in Multisim, you can accurately evaluate power electronics circuits built around International Rectifier IGBTs ranging from 300V to 1200V based on various technologies. You can optimize the design with powerful SPICE simulation to minimize switching and conduction losses and increase efficiency, reduce thermal problems and improve power density.

Visit the International Rectifier IGBT page for detailed product specifications and applications at this location.

To access the new components open NI Multisim, go to the Place menu and select Component. Choose the Search button and enter “International Rectifier” for the Model Manufacturer to narrow the search the new components. If you wish you may also select a component group or family from the drop down menus. In Figure 1. The Group of Transistors and Family of IGBT are selected.

Figure 1. Searching Components by Manufacturer

 

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