GT50JR22

IGBT for soft switching applications

Description

Feature Fast switching / Low saturation voltage
Number of Circuits 2
Built-in Diodes Yes
RoHS Compatible Product(s) (#) Available

Package Information

Toshiba Package Name TO-3P(N)
Package Image TO-3P(N)
JEITA SC-65
Pins 3
Mounting Through Hole
Width×Length×Height
(mm)
15.5×20.0×4.5
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Absolute Maximum Ratings

Characteristics Symbol Rating Unit
Collector Current IC 50 A
Collector-emitter voltage VCES 600 V
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Dec,2023

Jun,2024

Jun,2024

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Information
RoHS
GT50JR22(STA1,E 25 Yes

Applications

IH Cooking Heater
Such as high breakdown voltage, low power consumption and miniaturization are important in designing IH cooking heater. Toshiba provides information on a wide range of semiconductor products suitable for IH coil driving units, motor driving units, current detecting unit, etc., along with circuit configuration examples.
Air Conditioner
Such as efficiency of motor driving, low power consumption and miniaturization are important in designing air conditioner. Toshiba provides information on a wide range of semiconductor products suitable for power sullpy units, motor driving units, control units, sensor signal input units, etc., along with circuit configuration examples.

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