PCIM Europe 2019

April 17, 2019

Nuremberg, Germany -- May 7 - May 9, 2019
Messe Nürnberg
Hall 9, Booth 541

Getting the right power density is increasingly critical in today's designs. At this year’s PCIM Europe you'll be able to catch up on all the latest innovations and developments from Nexperia in Hall 9, Booth 541. Whether you are interested in 12/48V powertrain solutions, hot-swappable systems, or the latest LFPAK innovations – there is plenty to see.

Electrification of the powertrain

One of the clearest trends in automotive power is the electrification of the powertrain. Discover how we can support you with 12/48 V DC/DC converters, high power motors or even discrete H-bridge designs. There is certainly plenty for our automotive customers to see.

Demonstrations

  • 48V/12V DC/DC converter
  • H-bridge motor controller power supply circuit
  • Brushless DC motor LFPAK88
  • Bipolar power transistors in LFPAK56

Industrial automation and infrastructure

Delivering the energy efficiency, power miniaturization and system reliability demanded by industrial and infrastructure applications is a constant effort. From hot-swappable systems to parallel MOSFETs running very high currents, our latest products deliver power and space efficiencies.

Demonstrations

  • Parrallel MOSFETs
  • High current 
  • DC/DC mini-lab

Extensive package portfolio

Getting the right power density is increasingly critical in today’s designs. As the innovators of the industry-standard LFPAK we continue to drive package innovation to meet the most demanding power applications.

Demonstrations

  • PCB package range demonstrator
  • Latest LFPAK innovations

Conference and poster sessions

Conference session -  München 2

Wednesday 8th May, 15:30

Topic

 Speaker

Defining the Ruggedness of Power MOSFETs used in Repetitive Avalanche for Automotive Applications (A02-5039)

Andy Berry

Poster sessions - Foyer Ground Floor NCC Mitte

Tuesday 7th May, 15:15 – 17:15

 Topic

 Speaker

Safe Operating Area of Medium-Power Discrete Rectifiers, a Key Differentiator in High Power Density Applications 

Reza Behtash

Thermal Aspects of Designing a 48V 10KW Belt Starter Generator using LFPAKs Compared to Bare Die

Clement Magnien

Evaluation of Low Voltage MOSFETs Optimised for Improved Current Sharing

Steven Waterhouse