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PEB4050 Datasheet
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Part PEB4050
Description IGBT half-bridge power-module
Feature PEB4050; PEB 4050 - IGBT half-bridge power module VDC Ileg,rms fsw, max 400 V 50 A 50 kHz Rev. A / March 2.
Manufacture imperix
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imperix PEB4050
PEB 4050 - IGBT half-bridge power module
VDC
Ileg,rms
fsw, max
400 V
50 A
50 kHz
Rev. A / March 2021
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The PEB 4050 is a half-bridge power module featuring
two silicon IGBTs (i.e. one phase-leg). It is designed for
use as a building block for power electronic converters.
Direct access to the gating signals is offered using optical
fiber inputs, while galvanically-isolated on-board sensors
provide analog measurements related to the DC voltage
and the AC output current. The modules also provide on-
board protections against over-current, over-voltage and
over-temperature.
As with all imperix power modules, PEB 4050 are com-
patible for plug-&-play connection to the imperix pro-
grammable controller B-Box RCP, but can also be used
with other digital controllers.
The mechanical design of the modules is tailored for in-
tegration in 19’’ rack-mountable chassis and enclosures.
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Imperix modules are perfectly suited to build up pow-
er converter prototypes of any topology, ranging from
simple inverters to more complex multilevel topologies.
PEB 4050 modules are tailored for applications related to
the 120/210 VAC grid voltage. Also, thanks to their fast,
yet soft switching characteristics, PEB 4050 modules are
ideal for general-purpose applications and teaching.
Typical applications include:
» Buck and boost converters
» Interleaved DC/DC converters
» Variable-speed drives
» Frequency converters
» Soft-switched converters
» Modular multilevel converters
» etc.
KEY FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
» Half-bridge topology (IGBT phase-leg)
» Embedded 1100 µF DC bus
» On-board voltage and current sensors
» Over voltage/current/temperature protections
» 650 V / 75 A silicon IGBTs
» 400 V nominal DC bus voltage
» 50 A continuous RMS current at 20 kHz
» Fast and soft antiparallel diode
» Speed-regulated cooling (140 W TDP)
» 100 x 332 mm Eurocard form factor
SIMILAR PRODUCTS
Other types of half-bridge modules are available from
imperix, with different voltage and current ratings as well
as different semiconductor technologies:
» PEB 8038 – 800 V / 38 A – Higher power
» PEB 8024 – 800 V / 24 A – Faster switching
Other topologies such as full-bridge modules and 3-level
NPC modules are also available.
Current
50
PEB4050
40
PEB8038
30
20
PEH2015
PEB8024
PEN8018
10
PEH4010
Voltage
200
400
600
800
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DEVICE DESCRIPTION
The power module is a ready-to-use power electronic
building block based on the elementary phase-leg ar-
rangement of two power semiconductors. It embeds all
the necessary circuits for simple and proper operation.
IAC
VDC
PWM H
PWM L
Logic
+
drivers
M
+
safety
DC+
A AC
V
Fault
DC-
Fig. 1.  Schematic overview of the PEB 8024 module
In most use cases, several modules are assembled in or-
der to form various power converter topologies. An ex-
ternal power electronic controller, such as the B-Box RCP,
in order to generate the necessary PWM signals.
Power connections
» DC bus terminals (DC+ and DC–)
» Switching midpoint (AC terminal)
» DC bus midpoint (M, optional connection)
Signal connections
» PWM signals inputs (650 nm optical fiber receivers)
» AC current measurement (analog output, RJ45)
» DC voltage measurement (analog output, RJ45)
» Fault feedback signal (650 nm optical fiber emitter)
Auxiliary connections
» 5/12V power supply (local control and cooling fan)
» Module-to-module coordination cable (optional)
TYPICAL APPLICATION
An elementary application of the PEB 4050 power mod-
ule is shown in Fig. 2. The implemented system corre-
sponds to a DC/DC converter in buck configuration, also
known as DC chopper.1 This system produces a control-
lable voltage on the resistive load R, thanks to suitable
PWM signals applied at the input of the power module.
If desired, feedback control can be implemented in order
to improve the stability and / or dynamic performance of
the output current, voltage or power.
Thanks to the rapid implementation of power modules,
experimental validation on power electronic applications
and their control can be facilitated and accelerated.
In order to build a complete power electronic system,
several accessory products may be required, such as:
» A mounting solution (e.g. rack-mountable chassis)
» An auxiliary power supply (e.g. from the chassis)
» A PWM signals generator, or better, a fully-program-
mable digital controller such as the B-Box RCP;
» External current and / voltage sensors (optional);
» Passive components, such as inductors or filters;
» Power sources (e.g. laboratory supply, batteries, grid)
» Electric load (e.g. resistors or regenerative loads)
» Laboratory instruments (e.g. meters, probes)
Controller
PEB 4050
Ib
+
VDC
A
L
V
R
Fig. 2.  Topology of a buck converter using the power module
1  This example and many more are available on the imperix knowledge base.
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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Parameter
Symbol
Maximum DC bus voltage
Maximum repetitive isolation voltage
Maximum transient isolation voltage (1 s)
Highest allowable junction temperature
Continuous total power dissipation
Maximum auxiliary voltage (5V power supply)
Maximum auxiliary voltage (12V power supply)
Storage temperature
VDC,max
VIORM
VIOTM
TJ(max)
Pcooler,max
V5V,max
V12V,max
Tstor
Test conditions
Power module not switching
Max.
500
1.4
3.0
175
140
5.5
13.2
50
Unit
V
kVPEAK
kVPEAK
°C
W
V
V
°C
MODULE RATINGS
Parameter
DC bus voltage 1
Maximum continuous leg current 2
Maximum pulsed leg current
Maximum DC bus ripple current 3
Symbol
VDC
Ileg,max
Ileg,pulsed
IRIPPLE
Test conditions
TC = 100°C, fSW = 20 kHz
Pulse width limited by TJ(max)
f = 120 Hz
f = 100 kHz
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
0
400
450
V
-
50
-
ARMS
-
90
-
ARMS
-
11.6
-
ARMS
-
23.2
-
ARMS
Derating curves
Depending on the real operating conditions, the average
RMS current that can be handled by the power module
may vary. Derating must notably by applied in the fol-
lowing cases :
» The switching frequency is increased (Fig. 3)
» The average duty-cycle deviates from 50% (Fig. 4)
Reciprocally, the current capability can be increased in
the following cases :
» The DC bus voltage is reduced (Fig. 5)
» Soft-switching is made possible by external compo-
nents and circuit conditions (see related literature)
Additionally, further derating due to the ambient air tem-
perature or other environmental conditions may apply.
I [ARMS]
65
I [ARMS]
50
50
45
40
35
duty
cycle [-]
300,0
0,2
0,4
0,6
0,8
1,0
Fig. 4.  Current capability as a function of the average duty-cycle
I [ARMS]
65
55
50
45
100 VDC
200 VDC
300 VDC
35
400 VDC
fSW
[kHz]
25
20
30
40
50
Fig. 3.  Current capability as a function of the switching frequency
55
20kHz 50
45
30kHz
40kHz
35
50kHz
VDC
[V]
25
100
200
300
400
Fig. 5.  Current capability as a function of the DC-bus voltage
1  The maximum DC bus voltage is defined by the specifications of the
bus capacitors. Therefore, as for any aluminum electrolytic capacitors,
few short-term over-voltages can be tolerated, provided that they in-
volve limited amounts of energy.
2  In cold conditions, the maximum current is limited by the power
semiconductors. Otherwise, the current rating of the module is lim-
ited by the power envelope of the cooler (about 140 W with airflow).
3  The maximum ripple current is defined by the equivalent series re-
sistance (ESR) of the capacitors and relates to Joule losses and lifetime
considerations. Therefore, this value can be temporarily exceeded, pro-
vided that the operating temperature of the capacitors remains low.
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