Semikron SKR240/16 IGBT Module

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Semikron SKR240/16 IGBT Module

Posted Date: 2023-09-05
Semikron SKR240/16 IGBT Module

The Semikron SKR240/16 is an IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) module with the next options and specs:


  1. Reverse Voltages as much as 1800 V: This means that the module can deal with excessive reverse voltages, making it appropriate for functions the place voltage reversal happens.
  2. Airtight Steel Case with Glass Insulator: The module is housed in a airtight metallic case with a glass insulator. This building gives safety towards environmental elements and ensures the reliability of the module.
  3. Cooling by way of Heatsinks: Cooling of the module is achieved by using heatsinks, which assist dissipate warmth generated throughout operation.
  4. Threaded Stud: The module has a threaded stud for mounting functions. The accessible stud sizes are ISO M16 x 1.5, M20 x 1.5, or 3/4 – 16 UNF 2A2.
  5. SKN and SKR Designation: The module is accessible in each SKN and SKR designations, indicating the anode and cathode connections to the stud, respectively.

Typical Purposes:

  • All-purpose high-power rectifier diodes
  • Non-controllable and half-controllable rectifiers
  • Free-wheeling diodes
  • Advisable snubber community:
    • RC: 0.5 µF, 30 Ω (PR = 2W)
    • Rp: 50 kΩ (PR = 20 W)

Most Rankings and Traits:

  • Collector-Emitter Voltage (Vces): 1600V
  • Gate-Emitter Voltage (VGES): ±20V
  • Collector Present (Steady, Tc=80°C): 240A
  • Collector Present (1ms Pulse, Tc=80°C): 500A
  • Collector Energy Dissipation (Computer): 200W
  • Isolation Voltage (AC 1 Minute): 3400V
  • Working Junction Temperature (Tj): +180°C
  • Storage Temperature (Tstg): -55 to +180°C
  • Mounting Screw Torque: 30 N·m (Newton-meters)