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Motor Control and Power Solutions for Industrial Drive Systems

Energy efficiency is shaping the industrial drives market due to economic factors and legal requirements. Additionally, industrial drive specific power semiconductor requirements like thermal cycling and enhanced switching control demand for optimized semiconductor technologies, which will be discussed during the webinar.

Date: November 12, 2019
Time: 9 AM EST (6 AM PST / 3:00 PM CET)
Duration: 1 hour
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This webinar will be broadcast at 9:00 am EST / 6 am PST / 3 pm CET

Since CO2 reduction has become a high priority in the industrial, consumer and automotive fields, mechanical motor drives are being replaced by smart, electrically controlled motors.

In applications like pumps and fans, a significant increase in efficiency is possible by using electrically controlled motors. However, achieving this requires a drive inverter which enables speed and torque control by adapting frequency and motor current. Therefore, power semiconductor switches are required. Infineon offers optimized technologies for the industrial drive application to enable cost satisfying solutions.

In the drives market a trend towards inverter integration to the motor can be seen. This reduces the need for expensive shielded motor cables and relaxes the requirement for moderate switching speeds. Besides the well-proven IGBT technologies, Infineon offers the new SiC MOSFET that includes a technology that enables better inverter integration. This is possible through low switching losses and especially low conduction losses during light load.

This webinar will present Infineon Technologies' wide range of solutions for industrial drive application.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about the power semiconductor requirements for industrial drives
  • See how new IGBT technologies fulfill these requirements for industrial drives
  • Understand how Infineon responds to the trends in the industrial drives market, e.g. inverter integration with SiC-MOSFETs
  • Receive an overview of different solution offerings for industrial drives


Michael Ebli, M.Sc., Application Engineering Industrial Drives, Infineon Technologies AG

Michael Ebli holds an engineering degree in power and microelectronics from Reutlingen University. During his Ph.D. studies, he developed a gate driver concept, which increases the switching speed of semiconductors by using inductive feedback. Michael joined Infineon in 2019. Since then he has been in the application engineering group and is responsible for the industrial drives segment.