The Insulated-Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTS) bipolar device or a three-power semiconductor device. It uses two types of carriers, electrons and holes, in a complex configuration, containing the MOSFET structure at input block and bipolar output, thereby making it a transistor where one can achieve a low saturation voltage.

Types of Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTS)

Are you looking for the different kinds of Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors? Multicorp is one of the reputed transistor companies in the globe, that deals in various IGBTs like:

Punch-Through IGBT

It is an IGBT Transistor having an N+ buffer layer and asymmetric voltage blocking capabilities. One can use a punch-through IGBT for inverter and chopper circuits.

Non-Punch Through IGBT

Contrary to punch-through IGBT, a non-punch IGBT does not possess an N+ buffer layer. Also, a non-punch IGBT has symmetric blocking capabilities. As an end-user, you can use it for rectifier type applications.

Field Stop Trench IGBT

It is a device used in applications like motor controllers, welding machines, induction heating, and power inverters.

About Multicorp

At Multicorp Australia, we focus on improving your total cost of ownership.

Whether we’re supplying or providing analysis to your SSR requirements, our priorities always support your vision. We’re in it for the long haul.


Unit 9, 83 Alfred St

Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006 



Phone: +61 (0)402 039 989

Email: jg@multicorp.com.au

Website: www.multicorp.com.au

© 2017 Multicorp Australia. All Rights Reserved. Designed By Speednet