Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFETs

Technical Documentation

These SiC MOSFETs are designed to be fast and rugged. They offer a 10x higher dielectric breakdown field strength, 2x higher electron saturation velocity, 3x higher energy bad gap, and 3x higher thermal conductivity. All onsemi SiC MOSFETs include AEC-Q101 qualified and PPAP capable options specifically engineered and qualified for automotive and industry applications. System benefits include highest efficiency by lowering power loss, greater power density, higher operating frequency, increased temperature operation, reduced EMI, and most importantly reduced system size and cost.

Product Family


Selection of 650 V products.


Selection of 750 V products.


Selection of 900 V products.

1200 V SiC MOSFETs

Selection of 1200 V products.

1700 V SiC MOSFETs

Selection of 1700 V products.

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Evaluation Boards

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6.6 kW On Board Charger (OBC) SiC Model
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6.6 kW OBC Evaluation Board using Totem pole Topology
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40 W SiC High-Voltage Auxiliary Power Supply for HEV/EV Applications

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The Difference Between GaN and SiC Transistors

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