SemiQ starts SiC KDG Known-Good-Die programme

SemiQ starts SiC KDG Known-Good-Die programme

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By Nick Flaherty

SemiQ in the US has started a known-good-die (KGD) screening program for its silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFET devices.

The SemiQ KDG programme delivers high-quality, electrically sorted and optically inspected 1200V SiC MOSFETs ready for back-end processing and direct die attachment on boards and in modules.

The screening for the KDG ensures consistent electrical parameters, enabling customers to rely on repeatable performance for high end-of-line yield when building equipment such as high-voltage supplies, traction inverters, and power conditioning systems. Uniform die parameters also simplify the connection of multiple devices in high-power modules.

“SiC is a powerful technology aiding the global drive for sustainability and our known-good-die SiC MOSFETs from SemiQ provide important performance advantages, such as near-constant junction capacitance, low insertion loss, and high isolation needed for high-frequency applications,” says Michael Tsang, VP, Product Engineering and Operations at SemiQ.

“Thanks to this program, customers can receive quality-assured dies that will streamline and improve productivity and deliver predictable and repeatable performance in high-efficiency applications.”

The SiC KGD program is active now and applies to the complete portfolio of SemiQ’s QSiC 1200V SiC MOSFETs, ranging from 20mΩ to 80mΩ. This portfolio supports robust and efficient electrification across automotive, eMobility, renewable energy, industrial power, and other applications.

SiC KGD devices are supplied post-singulation on a choice of carrier media including blue tape, pre-cured UV tape, and tape and reel to ease integration with customers’ processes.

More information is on the SemiQ KGD page.

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