IGBT Power Transistor Modules With Elevators

IGBT with Elevators

Elevators or lifts are very essential in our life because of their efficiency in moving people or goods between floors (levels, decks) of a building, vessel, or other structure. We can’t imagine a high rise building without elevator now-a-days.

But elevators weren’t like this in the past what we see today. Elevators have reached in this stage by going through an evolution. Starting in the coal mines, by the mid-19th century elevators were operated with steam power and were used for moving goods in bulk in mines and factories. The hydraulic crane was invented by Sir William Armstrong in 1846, primarily for use at the Tyneside docks for loading cargo. The Equitable Life Building completed in 1870 in New York City was the first office building to have passenger elevators. The first electric elevator was manufactured by Werner von Siemens in 1880 in Germany.

The prime objective of an elevator renovation is to allow the building to stand against with other new buildings and existing buildings that have already been updated. Once a wave of remodelling or comprehensive new building starts in the core of the city it is hard for any building owner to resist the tendency to renovate. He thinks that if he does not follow the trend, his building is left with a second-rate image.

Over the last fifteen years, there have been major modernizations in the controls of traction elevators. Implementation of IGBTs (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors), closed loop feedback speed controls and microprocessor logic have played a major role in this update. Each of these modifications is aimed to enhance the reliability and execution as well as eliminating continuous adaptation requirements. Besides this, there has been progressive emphasis on ride attribute and noise levels. Because of these developments, there is a clear difference between elevators settled today as compared to one settled 25 years before.

The IGBT power transistor modules are a high performance 6th generation IGBT/FWD chipset with a compact design that provides for greater power output. It has environmentally friendly modules with easy assemblage, solder-free options, and RoHS compliance. The IGBT turn-on switching characteristics include: improved noise-loss trade-off, reduced turn-on dv/dt, and excellent turn-on dic/dt. Turn-off switching characteristics include: soft switching behavior and turn-off oscillation free.

USComponent.com had been selling IGBT power transistor modules and serving elevator industry since 2001. Its customer includes Schindler Elevator Corporation, Otis, ThyssenKrupp, Hitachi, Toshiba, Mitsubishi Electric, Kone, and Fujitec.

USComponent.com have a Quality Control Team like no other. This means that we know how to work hard in order to ensure to make sure that the quality of all of the parts we’re selling is high. Because we only sell new and original electronic parts, we provide our customers with a 30-day warranty. And because we have connections with IGBT power transistor modules manufacturers, OEMs and distributors, we’re able to pass any savings on to our customers, giving them a lower price while still providing them with the quality products they deserve. Our inventory is carefully managed and held to the highest standards, and stored in a controlled environment warehousing facility.

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Senior Vice President of USComponent.com , a IGBT power transistor modules distributor since 2001

Senior Vice President of http://USComponent.com , a IGBT power transistor modules distributor since 2001

Author Bio: Senior Vice President of USComponent.com , a IGBT power transistor modules distributor since 2001

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Keywords: IGBT power transistor modules, elevator, distributor

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