Industrial electronics covers a wide range of applications. The technology used in these applications has been developing, and new electrical components are needed due to the merging of the Internet of Things (IoT). This phenomenon of intelligent industrial electronics is commonly known as Industry 4.0. Industry 4.0 assists in improving the operating efficiency of machines and factories, thereby achieving energy savings and carbon reduction.
Energy infrastructure, automation, and smart factories require higher energy efficiency and power. To achieve ideal efficiency, third-generation semiconductor devices are applied to facilities such as solar inverters (PV Inverters), charging stations (EV Chargers), energy storage facilities, and DC fans. PANJIT is committed to developing high-power product portfolios like SiC Diode, SiC MOSFET, IGBT, and FRED. This enables engineers to create the most suitable design based on different power performances.
Climate change is a long-term issue that society is facing. Moreover, the cause of global warming is related to the long-term energy consumption of traditional industrialization, which results in the emission of large amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere. To reduce the emission of CO2, it is important to find ways to reduce the consumption of traditional energy. One way to do this is to combine conventional power-generating systems with renewable energy systems. This can reduce CO2 emissions and meet the energy demands of the market. At the same time, the need for renewable energy is also driving technological innovation in energy storage technology.
With the growing number of electric vehicles on the market and the impending Net Zero emissions regulations, there is an increasing demand for charging and energy storage infrastructure. Meanwhile, range anxiety is the main reason why fast charging is becoming such an important feature for electric vehicles. Therefore, engineers are faced with the challenge of converting the high-power fast charging system into a more efficient design.
DC fans play a significant role in optimizing the operating temperature of the applied equipment by assisting heat dissipation. Traditional DC fans not only run loudly, but they also consume a lot of power. To comply with the market trend of green energy and carbon reduction, while also providing a quiet working environment, designers are gradually using brushless DC (BLDC) motors to replace the traditional DC motors. This enables DC fans to have higher energy conversion efficiency, achieve carbon reduction, and maintain the optimum operating temperature for equipment operation.