IGBT Modules

The insulated gate bipolar transistor or IGBT is a three-terminal power semiconductor device primarily used as an electronic switch and in newer devices is noted for combining high efficiency and fast switching. 

It switches electric power in many modern appliances: electric cars, trains, variable speed refrigerators, air-conditioners and even stereo systems with switching amplifiers. Since it is designed to turn on and off rapidly, amplifiers that use it often synthesize complex waveforms with pulse width modulation and low-pass filters. In switching applications modern devices boast pulse repetition rates well into the ultrasonic range— frequencies which are at least ten times the highest audio frequency handled by the device when used as an analog audio amplifier. 

The IGBT combines the simple gate-drive characteristics of the MOSFETs with the high-current and low–saturation-voltage capability of bipolar transistors by combining an isolated gate FET for the control input, and a bipolar power transistor as a switch, in a single device. The IGBT is used in medium- to high-power applications such as switched-mode power supplies, traction motor control and induction heating. Large IGBT modules typically consist of many devices in parallel and can have very high current handling capabilities in the order of hundreds of amperes with blocking voltages of 6000 V, equating to hundreds of kilowatts.


Low-inductive design with 15nH

BSKiM 4/5 
For 3-level UPS inverter

Mini SKiip IMP

50% higher current density than standard IPMs

now with new IGBT4 chips

Sintered chips - for high operation temperatures

Mini SKiip CIB

Converter Inverter Brake Module

SKiM 63/93 
100% solder-free ensures durability

Mini SKiip

Fast one-screw mounting


For 3-level UPS inverter


Converter Inverter Brake