IGBT modules LV100 type

T series equipped with seventh generation IGBT

Insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) modules, which are indispensable devices for inverters in all kinds of industrial equipment, have been improved with higher current and higher withstand voltage since their commercialization in 1990. In addition, Mitsubishi Electric has responded to the need for lower loss and downsizing of industrial equipment by moving from a flat planar chip structure to a trench gate structure, and by using CSTBT™ (Mitsubishi Electric's unique IGBT that makes use of the carrier cumulative effect). The T/T1 series is smaller and has lower power dissipation than the conventional S series (6th generation IGBTs). Furthermore, the NX and LV100 types have been added to the standard (std) type of conventional external shape.


  • 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 industrial equipment
  • A new structure reduces the soldered portion and improves thermal cycle life to contribute to higher reliability of industrial equipment
  • Standard package supports multiple sources
  • Greater user friendliness through adoption of a low inductance package
  • Optimal for 1-5 kHz applications through low switching loss
  • Isolation voltage 4kV
  • ※1:Mitsubishi Electric's unique IGBT that makes use of the carrier cumulative effect
  • ※2:Relaxed Field of cathode


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

Low inductance structure


T series
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Corresponding Products

IGBT modules std type

A lineup comprising three package types with 2in1 circuit configurations.

IGBT modules NX type

We offer a broad circuit configuration lineup, including 2in1, 6in1, 7in1, and CIB. The press-fit pin package is also available.

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