Heraeus Electronics has announced that Bastian Schlüter, Global Product Manager at Metal Ceramic Substrates, will present at the PCIM Europe e-mobility forum. The presentation entitled “Al2O3, ZTA, AMB and what’s next?” Is scheduled for May 11, 2022 at 12:50 p.m.
E-mobility applications and growing customer expectations are putting pressure on the reliability, thermal performance, life and cost of cermet bases. With Condura®, Heraeus Electronics offers a comprehensive portfolio of substrates, complemented by various services outside of it. DCB-Al2O3 substrates (Condura®.classic) have long been a proven standard. For higher mechanical properties The material of choice is zirconium hardened DCB-Al2O3 (ZTA) substrates (Condura®.extra).
The excellent mechanical properties and high thermal conductivity make the active metal solder (AMB) substrates Si3N4 (Condura®.prime) an ideal material for highly reliable modules for electronic mobility. This year we welcome a new member of the Condura® family. Expect the next generation of substrates, which combines individual advantages in a new substrate material.
Heraeus Electronics offers an extensive portfolio of cermet substrates to meet the diverse needs of the power electronics segment, ranging from low-power applications to the most demanding industries. The Condura® portfolio consists of Condura®.classic (DCB-Al2O3), Condura®.extra (DCB-ZTA) and Condura®.prime (AMB-Si3N4).
Heraeus metal-ceramic substrates are recommended for power electronic modules (eg current inverters) using MOSFET or IGBT semiconductor devices and diodes for common industrial applications: electric drives, eg in tool tools, cranes, processing equipment of textiles, automation equipment, etc.
The e-Mobility Forum discusses the whole value chain around the topic of electromobility in specialized lectures. New developments and challenges in power electronics for various applications (electric, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles, charging infrastructure, payment systems, etc.) will be considered.
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