DYNEX MP04HBN490-24

MP04---490
MP04---490
Dual Thyristor, Thyristor/Diode Module
Advance Information
Replaces Jun3 2000 version, DS5204-1.2
DS5204-2.1 April 2001
FEATURES
■
Dual Device Module
■
Electrically Isolated Package
■
Pressure Contact Construction
■
International Standard Footprint
■
Alumina (Non Toxic) Isolation Medium
■
Integral Water Cooled Heatsink
KEY PARAMETERS
VDRM
IT(AV)
ITSM(per arm)
Visol
Code
2800V
490A
11250A
3000V
Circuit
HBT
APPLICATIONS
HBP
■
Motor Control
■
Controlled Rectifier Bridges
■
Heater Control
■
AC Phase Control
HBN
Fig.1 Circuit diagrams
VOLTAGE RATINGS
Type Number
MP04---490-28
MP04---490-26
MP04---490-24
Repetitive Peak
Voltages
VDRM VRRM
V
2800
2600
2400
Conditions
Tvj = 0˚ to 125˚C,
IDRM = IRRM = 50mA
VDSM = VRSM =
VDRM = VRRM + 100V
respectively
Lower voltage grades available.
ORDERING INFORMATION
Order As:
MP04HBT490-28 or MP04HBT490-26 or MP04HBT490-24
MP04HBP490-28 or MP04HBP490-26 or MP04HBP490-24
Module type code: MP04.
For further information see Package Details.
Fig. 2 Electrical connections - (not to scale)
MP04HBN490-28 or MP04HBN490-26 or MP04HBN490-24
Note: When ordering, please use the whole part number.
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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS - PER ARM
Stresses above those listed under 'Absolute Maximum Ratings' may cause permanent damage to the device. In extreme
conditions, as with all semiconductors, this may include potentially hazardous rupture of the package. Appropriate safety
precautions should always be followed. Exposure to Absolute Maximum Ratings may affect device reliability.
Symbol
IT(AV)
IT(RMS
ITSM
I2t
ITSM
I2t
Visol
Parameter
Mean on-state current
Test Conditions
Max.
Units
Tcase = 75˚C
490
A
Tcase = 85˚C
420
A
770
A
10ms half sine, Tj = 125˚C
11.25
kA
VR = 0
633 x 103
A2s
10ms half sine, Tj = 125˚C
9
kA
VR = 50% VDRM
506 x 103
A2s
3000
V
Half wave resistive load
Tcase = 75˚C
RMS value
Surge (non-repetitive) on-current
I2t for fusing
Surge (non-repetitive) on-current
I2t for fusing
Commoned terminals to base plate.
AC RMS, 1 min, 50Hz
Isolation voltage
THERMAL AND MECHANICAL RATINGS
Parameter
Symbol
Test Conditions
Min.
Max.
Units
Thermal resistance - junction to water
dc, 4.5 Ltr/min
-
0.056
˚C/kW
(per thyristor or diode)
Half wave, 4.5 Ltr/min
-
0.060
˚C/kW
3 Phase, 4.5 Ltr/min
-
0.066
˚C/kW
Thermal resistance - case to heatsink
Mounting torque = 5Nm
-
0.02
˚C/kW
(per thyristor or diode)
with mounting compound
Tvj
Virtual junction temperature
Reverse (blocking)
-
125
˚C
Tstg
Storage temperature range
–40
130
˚C
Rth(j-c)
Rth(c-hs)
-
-
Screw torque
Weight (nominal)
Mounting - M6
-
6 (35) Nm (lb.ins)
Electrical connections - M10
-
12 (106) Nm (lb.ins)
-
-
1580
g
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DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS - THYRISTOR
Parameter
Symbol
Test Conditions
Min.
Max.
Units
Peak reverse and off-state current
At VRRM/VDRM, Tj = 125˚C
-
50
mA
dV/dt
Linear rate of rise of off-state voltage
To 67% VDRM, Tj = 125˚C
-
1000
V/µs
dI/dt
Rate of rise of on-state current
From 67% VDRM to 1500A, gate source 1.5A,
-
500
A/µs
IRRM/IDRM
tr = 0.5µs, Tj = 125˚C
VT(TO)
rT
Threshold voltage
At Tvj = 125˚C. See note 1
-
0.91
V
On-state slope resistance
At Tvj = 125˚C. See note 1
-
0.65
mΩ
Note 1: The data given in this datasheet with regard to forward voltage drop is for calculation of the power dissipation in the
semiconductor elements only. Forward voltage drops measured at the power terminals of the module will be in excess of these
figures due to the impedance of the busbar from the terminal to the semiconductor.
GATE TRIGGER CHARACTERISTICS AND RATINGS
Symbol
Parameter
Test Conditions
Max.
Units
VGT
Gate trigger voltage
VDRM = 5V, Tcase = 25oC
3.5
V
IGT
Gate trigger current
VDRM = 5V, Tcase = 25oC
200
mA
VGD
Gate non-trigger voltage
At VDRM Tcase = 125oC
0.25
V
VFGM
Peak forward gate voltage
Anode positive with respect to cathode
30
V
VFGN
Peak forward gate voltage
Anode negative with respect to cathode
0.25
V
VRGM
Peak reverse gate voltage
5
V
IFGM
Peak forward gate current
Anode positive with respect to cathode
10
A
PGM
Peak gate power
See table fig. 5
150
W
PG(AV)
Mean gate power
10
W
-
-
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25
2500
I2t = Î2 x t
2
1: Tj = 125˚C Min
2: Tj = 125˚C Max
1
20
2
15
1500
500
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
Instantaneous on-state voltage, VT - (V)
2.5
I2t
5
t 99
%
0.1
0.001
Lo
0.01
Tj = 125˚C
%
it 99
lim
wer
Tj = 25˚C
Tj = -40˚C
1
VGD
Region of certain
0.1
triggering
10
250
20 30 50
Cycles at 50Hz
Duration
0.05
0.04
0.03
0.02
0.01
1
Gate trigger current, IGT - (A)
Fig. 5 Gate characteristics
2 3 45
0.06
Thermal resistance junction to case - (°C/W)
imi
1
Fig. 4 Surge (non-repetitive) on-state current vs time
(with 50% VRSM at Tcase = 125˚C)
0W
10
W
50
W
20
W
10
5W
U
rl
ppe
10
ms
Pulse width Frequency Hz Table gives pulse power PGM in Watts
µs
50 100 400
100
150 150 150
200
150 150 125
500
150 150 100
1ms
150 100 25
10ms
20 - -
10
300
0
1
Fig. 3 Maximum (limit) on-state characteristics
Gate trigger voltage VGT - (V)
350
10
1000
100
400
I2t value - (A2s x 103)
Instantaneous on-state current, IT - (A)
2000
Peak half sine wave on-state current - (kA)
Measured under pulse
conditions
10
IFGM
0
0.001
0.01
0.1
1
10
Time - (Seconds)
100
1000
Fig. 6 Transient thermal impedance - dc
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2200
2200
Power dissipation (Watts, per arm)
1800
2000
1800
Power dissipation (Watts, per arm)
2000
30°
60°
90°
120°
180°
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
400
200
200
0
0
100
0
0
200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
Sine wave current (Average, per arm)
Fig. 7 On-state power loss per arm vs on-state current at
specified conduction angles, sine wave 50/60Hz
1400
90
30°
60°
90°
120°
180°
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
Sine wave current (Average, per arm)
Fig. 9 Maximum permissible water inlet temperature vs onstate current at specified conduction angles,
sine wave 50/60Hz
30°
60°
90°
120°
180°
DC
80
Maximum permissible case temperature - (°C)
Maximum permissble case temperature - (°C)
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
Square wave current (Average, per arm) - (A)
Fig. 8 On-state power loss per arm vs on-state current at
specified conduction angles, square wave 50/60Hz
90
0
100
30°
60°
90°
120°
180°
DC
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200
Square wave current (Average, per arm)
Fig. 10 Maximum permissible water inlet temperature vs onstate current at specified conduction angles,
square wave 50/60Hz
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4000
90
6500
80
6000
70
5500
60
5000
50
4500
40
4000
30
3500
20
9500
9000
2500
800
1000
1200
1400
Power resistive load
Power inductive load 10
Temp resistive load
Temp inductive load
0
1600
1800
2000
dc output current - (A)
Fig. 11 50/60Hz single phase bridge DC output current vs
power loss and maximum permissible case temperature
Total power loss - (W)
8000
90
7500
80
7000
70
6500
60
6000
50
5500
40
5000
30
4500
20
4000
Power resistive or inductive load 10
Temp resistive or inductive load
0
1400
1600
1800
2000
3500
1000
1200
Max permissible case temp. - (˚C)
3000
Max permissible case temp. - (˚C)
Total power loss - (W)
8500
dc output current - (A)
Fig. 12 50/60Hz three phase bridge DC output current vs
power loss and maximum permissible case temperature
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PACKAGE DETAILS
For further package information, please visit our website or contact your nearest Customer Service Centre. All dimensions in mm, unless
stated otherwise. DO NOT SCALE.
Nominal weight: 1580g
Auxiliary gate/cathode leads not supplied as standard, but maybe purchased separately.
Module outline type code: MP04
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MOUNTING RECOMMENDATIONS
POWER ASSEMBLY CAPABILITY
Adequate heatsinking is required to maintain the base
temperature at 75˚C if full rated current is to be achieved. Power
dissipation may be calculated by use of VT(TO) and rT information
in accordance with standard formulae. We can provide
assistance with calculations or choice of heatsink if required.
The Power Assembly group provides support for those
customers requiring more than the basic semiconductor switch.
Using CAD design tools the group has developed a flexible
range of heatsink / clamping systems in line with advances in
device types and the voltage and current capability of Dynex
semiconductors.
The heatsink surface must be smooth and flat; a surface finish
of N6 (32µin) and a flatness within 0.05mm (0.002") are
recommended.
Immediately prior to mounting, the heatsink surface should be
lightly scrubbed with fine emery, Scotch Brite or a mild chemical
etchant and then cleaned with a solvent to remove oxide build
up and foreign material. Care should be taken to ensure no
foreign particles remain.
An even coating of thermal compound (eg. Unial) should be
applied to both the heatsink and module mounting surfaces.
This should ideally be 0.05mm (0.002") per surface to ensure
optimum thermal performance.
After application of thermal compound, place the module
squarely over the mounting holes, (or ‘T’ slots) in the heatsink.
Fit and finger tighten the recommended fixing bolts at each end.
Using a torque wrench, continue to tighten the fixing bolts by
rotating each bolt in turn no more than 1/4 of a revolution at a
time, until the required torque of 6Nm (55lbs.ins) is reached on
all bolts at both ends.
An extensive range of air and liquid cooled assemblies is
available covering the range of circuit designs in general use
today.
HEATSINKS
The Power Assembly group has a proprietary range of extruded
aluminium heatsinks. These were designed to optimise the
performance of Dynex semiconductors. Data with respect to air
natural, forced air and liquid cooling (with flow rates) is available
on request.
For further information on device clamps, heatsinks and
assemblies, please contact your nearest sales representative or
customer service office.
It is not acceptable to fully tighten one fixing bolt before starting
to tighten the others. Such action may DAMAGE the module.
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© Dynex Semiconductor 2001 Publication No. DS5204-2 Issue No. 2.1 April 2001
TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION – NOT FOR RESALE. PRINTED IN UNITED KINGDOM
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