Battery Powered Motor Drives
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Battery powered applications are high current applications such as forklift, e-scooter, pedelecs or cordless power tools with a wide range of system power from 1W to 50kW
These applications require:
Combining our OptiMOS™ Power MOSFETs with our Driver ICs and the latest ARM Cortex™ based MCUs will enable you to overcome the design challenges in all areas
In addition, Infineon extends it‘s low voltage MOSFET portfolio by launching the new TO-Leadless package. This package is optimized for high current applications, such as Forklift, Light Electric Vehicles (LEV), Power Tools, PoL (Point of Load) and Telecom.
The main benefits with the TOLL package in your application are:
Designed for high currents up to 300A. the latest OptiMOS™ silicon technology in combination with reduced package resistance achieves lowest RDS(on). This leads to a reduction in the number of parallel MOSFETs in a forklift application and increased power density.
60% smaller package size enables a very compact design. Compared to D²PAk 7pin, TO-Leadless shows a reduction in footprint of 30%. The 50% reduced height offers a significant advantage in applications where compact designs are key.
Low package parasitic inductances result in improved EMI behavior and a 50% bigger solder contact area avoids electro migration at high current levels, resulting in improved reliability.
The Right MOSFET for Each System
OptiMOS™ 20 – 250V MOSFETs provide high performance and reliability in drive applications.
Recommendation for your battery powered application
EiceDRIVER™C Compact 600V Half-Bridge Driver ICs for Battery Powered Applications
The new 2EDL EiceDRIVER™ Compact is a 600V half-bridge gate driver IC family. Efficiency of applications and smaller form factors highlight the advantages of these devices, and level-shift SOI (Silicon-On-Insulator) technology supports both design goals. One area of interest is that dedicated driver ICs can optimize the switching behavior and power losses of new power MOSFETs. Therefore, this product family is perfectly suitable for battery-powered applications.
32-bit XMC4000 Industrial Microcontrollers ARM® Cortex™-M4
The XMC4000 family marks a cornerstone in microcontroller design for real-time critical systems. With the XMC4000, Infineon combines its leading-edge peripheral set with an industry-standard ARM® Cortex™-M4 core.
This family tackles the imminent challenges of improving energy efficiency, supporting advanced communication protocols, and reducing time-to-market. Family members operate even in high-temperature environments of up to 125 °C, granting you access to their exceptional performance in all corners of your system.
All microcontrollers of the XMC4000 family offer a number of options with respect to CPU frequency, memory density, peripheral functions and number of I/Os. They span a portfolio of compatible devices at well-defined feature/cost ratios, allowing selection of the perfect solution for the different requirements in your system. The series XMC4500, XMC4400, XMC4200, and XMC4100 allow re-use of software within the family and an easy interchange of hardware with certain pin-compatible packages.
XMC4000 Target Applications:
DAVE™ is a high-productivity development platform for the XMC 32-bit ARM® powered microcontroller families. Developers can use and innovate predefined and tested application-oriented software components, called DAVE™ Apps. DAVE™ Apps are provided for a wide range application use cases and well documented APIs like a library. http://www.infineon.com/DAVE
XMC4000 Family Features:
Documents & Videos
Videos:Impact of Measurement Techniques of Waveforms Dynamic Thermal Behavior Introduction Dynamic Thermal Behavior Introduction More Power - Less Space. New OptiMOS™ 40V and 60V
Documents:Product Brief TO-Leadless Application note TO-Leadless Product Presentation TO-Leadless Application note 5kW demoboard Evaluation board TO-Leadless 5kW XMC4000 Brochure XMC4000 Elearning Selection Guide EiceDRIVER™ Prodcut Brief: 2EDL EiceDRIVER™ Compact XMC MCUs Overview Free IDE Free IEC60730 Class B Library Power Management Selection Guide 2013 Product Brief OptiMOS 20V-250V Infineon OptiMOSTMPower MOSFET Datasheet Explanation Cooling concepts for CanPAK TM package Improving Efficiency of Synchronous Rectification by Analysis of the MOSFET Power Loss Mechanism Linear Mode Operation and Safe Operating Diagram of Power-MOSFETs Simple Design Techniques for Optimizing Efficiency and Overvoltage Spike of Synchronous Rectification in DC to DC Converters TO-Leadless: A new Package for High Current High Reliability Applications Buck Converter: Negative Spike at Phase Node