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Bare Die Silicon Carbide Schottky Diodes

Wolfspeed has the broadest portfolio of Silicon Carbide (SiC) Schottky diodes, with more than six trillion field hours, lowest FIT rate, and 30+ years of experience in Silicon Carbide, combined with the fastest delivery times. Our diodes feature the MPS (Merged PiN Schottky) design which is more robust and reliable than standard Schottky barrier diodes. Pairing Wolfspeed Silicon Carbide diodes with Silicon Carbide MOSFETs creates a powerful combination of higher efficiency and reduced component pricing when purchased together.
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CPWR-0600-S001B
Industrial
600 V
1 A
3.3 nC
175 °C
Yes
Industrial
600 V
4 A
8.5 nC
175 °C
Gen 3
Yes
Industrial
600 V
3 A
6.7 nC
175 °C
Gen 3
Yes
Industrial
600 V
2 A
4.8 nC
175 °C
Gen 3
Yes
Industrial
600 V
10 A
24 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
600 V
8 A
21 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
600 V
6 A
15 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
12 A
34 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
16 A
44.5 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
4 A
8.5 nC
175 °C
Gen 3
Yes
Industrial
650 V
10 A
24 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
8 A
20 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
6 A
15 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Automotive
1200 V
20 A
99 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Automotive
1200 V
10 A
56 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
20 A
99 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
15 A
77.5 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
10 A
52 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
8 A
37 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
5 A
27 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
2 A
11 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
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Data Sheet
Qualification
Blocking Voltage
Current Rating
Total Capacitive Charge (QC (typ))
Maximum Junction Temperature
Generation
Recommended For New Design?
Industrial
600 V
1 A
3.3 nC
175 °C
Yes
Industrial
600 V
4 A
8.5 nC
175 °C
Gen 3
Yes
Industrial
600 V
3 A
6.7 nC
175 °C
Gen 3
Yes
Industrial
600 V
2 A
4.8 nC
175 °C
Gen 3
Yes
Industrial
600 V
10 A
24 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
600 V
8 A
21 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
600 V
6 A
15 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
12 A
34 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
16 A
44.5 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
4 A
8.5 nC
175 °C
Gen 3
Yes
Industrial
650 V
10 A
24 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
8 A
20 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Industrial
650 V
6 A
15 nC
175 °C
Gen 2
Yes
Automotive
1200 V
20 A
99 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Automotive
1200 V
10 A
56 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
20 A
99 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
15 A
77.5 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
10 A
52 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
8 A
37 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
5 A
27 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
Industrial
1200 V
2 A
11 nC
175 °C
Gen 4
Yes
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