IPM G1 series

Equipped with seventh generation IGBT

IPM (Intelligent Power Module) is a high-performance module equipped with a dedicated drive circuit for drawing greater performance from an IGBT chip, and provides a custom IC for executing self-protection functions (short circuit, supply undervoltage, and over-temperature). We are continuing to advance each IPM series in conjunction with the evolution of IGBT chips. The lineup includes the conventional IPM L1 series and the newly added G1 series which is compact and offers lower power loss and higher performance.


  • Equipped with a 7th generation IGBT adopting a CSTBT™*1 configuration and a diode adopting an RFC *2 configuration, this product reduces power loss and contributes to lower power consumption of inverter equipment
  • Adopts a new structure the same as the 7th IGBT module (resin insulation copper base plate) and reduces the soldered portion to improve thermal cycle life, thus contributing to higher reliability of inverter equipment
  • In addition to the built-in functions*3 of the conventional product, this model is equipped with a switching speed changeover drive and error identification function, which contribute to reduction of power loss and shortening of design time for inverter equipment
  • ※1:Mitsubishi Electric's unique IGBT that makes use of the carrier cumulative effect
  • ※2:Relaxed Field of cathode
  • ※3:The conventional IPM L1 series is equipped with UV (supply undervoltage protection), SC (short-circuit protection), and OT (over-temperature protection)


  • Motion control
  • Renewable energy
  • Power supply, Uninterruptable power supply (UPS)

Advantages of using IPM

Low-loss technology



Corresponding Products

IPM V1 series

High-capacity IPMs. High-capacity models such as 800 A/600 V not featured in the G1 series IPM have been added to the lineup.


600 V/1200 V common: Transfer molded package IPM


Transfer Molded Package IPM
CIB Type

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Power loss simulator

Simplified simulator to calculate power module losses and temperature rise.


Answers to frequently asked questions.