Standard 3 phases Rectifier

COUGAR ELECTRONICS supports your power conversion challenges by a full range of 3 phases standard rectifiers.

Three phase bridge rectifier with diodes (B6U)

B2U single phase bridge rectifiers with diodes have a rating within a range of current going from 52 to 197 Amps depending on the type of component, heat sink and cooling mode.
For forced air cooling standard assemblies include a fan and a thermostat, normally closed and are designed according to the stack rating.

Option:

  • RC snubber circuit on outputs terminals of each component
  • Fuses for each phase

Max DC current in (Amps)
DescriptionCoolingI max
40°C
Input
Voltage
(V AC)
Output
voltage
(V DC)
Heatsink x L
(mm)
40 °C 50°C 60°C
B6U 56A CN 400V Nat. Convection56400540APV99 x 195565044
B6U 107A CN 400VNat. Convection107400540AR125B x 1951079790
B6U 133A CN 400V Nat. Convection133400540AR125B x 195133122110
B6U 158A CN 400VNat. Convection158400540AR125B x 195158145128
B6U 175A VF 400VForc. Convection175400540AR125B x 195175163151
B6U 233A VF 400VForc. Convection233400540AR125B x 195233217201
B6U 311A VF 400V Forc. Convection311400540AR125B x 195311288264

Three phase bridge rectifier with thyristors (B6C)

B2U single phase bridge rectifiers with thyristors have a rating within a range of current going from 37 to 155 Amps depending on the type of component, heat sink and cooling mode.
For forced air cooling standard assemblies include a fan and a thermostat, normally closed and are designed according to the stack rating.

Option:

  • RC snubber circuit on outputs terminals of each component
  • Fuses for each phase

Max DC current in (Amps)
DescriptionCoolingI max
40°C
Input
Voltage
(V AC)
Output
voltage
(V DC)
Heatsink x L
(mm)
40 °C 50°C 60°C
B6C 39A CN 400V Nat. Convection39400540APV99 x 195393430
B6C 79A CN 400V Nat. Convection79400540AR125B x 195797263
B6C 98A CN 400V Nat. Convection98400540AR125B x 195989676
B6C 111A CN 400VNat. Convection111400540AR125B x 1951119884
B6C 137A VF 400VForc. Convection137400540AR125B x 195137125113
B6C 183A VF 400V Forc. Convection183400540AR125B x 195183166149
B6C 239A VF 400V Forc. Convection239400540AR125B x 195239216192

Mixed three phase bridge rectifier (B6HK)

B2HK Mixed single phase bridge rectifier have a rating within a range of current going from 37 to 155 Amps depending on the type of component, heat sink and cooling mode.
For forced air cooling standard assemblies include a fan and a thermostat, normally closed and are designed according to the stack rating.

Option:

  • RC snubber circuit on outputs terminals of each component
  • Fuses for each phase

Max DC current in (Amps)
DescriptionCoolingI max
40°C
Input
Voltage
(V AC)
Output
voltage
(V DC)
Heatsink x L
(mm)
40 °C 50°C 60°C
B6HK 39A CN 400V Nat. Convection39400540APV99 x 195393430
B6HK 79A CN 400V Nat. Convection79400540AR125B x 195797263
B6HK 98A CN 400V Nat. Convection98400540AR125B x 195989676
B6HK 111A CN 400V Nat. Convection111400540AR125B x 1951119884
B6HK 137A VF 400VForc. Convection137400540AR125B x 195137125113
B6HK 183A VF 400V Forc. Convection183400540AR125B x 195183166149
B6HK 239A VF 400V Forc. Convection239400540AR125B x 195239216192

3 phases standard rectifier

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Thermal management challenges in power electronics

As it was explained in our market analysis article about SIC semiconductors, power electronics is currently at the beginning of a revolution. Semiconductors are now able to work up to incredibly high frequency (50 to 100kHz), with excellent efficiency, and low losses. Because working at high frequency leads to reducing size and weight, this revolution increasesthe density of power losses. New thermal management challenges are in front of us. But good news, heat pipes are here to help solving them ! Here are the main reasons why ?

Heat pipe advantages

  • High thermal conductivity. Because heat pipes are using one of the most efficient way to convey calories : phase change, their high thermal conductivity will be the best advantage to solve your thermal management issues.
[caption id="attachment_1880" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Heat Pipe thermal conductivity simulation Heat Pipe thermal conductivity simulation[/caption]
  • Temperature range. It is mainly depending from the working fluid inside the heat pipe. Considering most of the power electronics application going from 50 to 200 degC, you will not find a better fluid than water. Good news, water is not dangerous and not explosive as you may know... Bad news, water is electrically conductor as you may know too. Electronics designer never sleeps soundly when water flows close to their components ! If you feel a bit of apprehension, read our next point.
 
  • Reliability. Heat pipes are excellent in reliability because they use no mooving mechanical parts and need no energy like electricity. No worry about maintaining the motor or the filter of your pump like in a cooling loop. The difference of temperature is the only "motor" which garanty an endless  functionning. Heat pipes are commonly used in aerospace application and railway, where life cycle of the product can be up to 50 years !
[caption id="attachment_1861" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Railway Heat Pipe Cooler Railway Heat Pipe Cooler[/caption] We hope this article have contributed to better understanding of heat pipes.

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