VISIC PARTNERS WITH ZF FOR NEXT GENERATION EV INVERTERS

Joint R&D effort to develop an EV inverter based on GaN technology

NEXT GENERATION GaN SEMICONDUCTORS

Highest performance and reliability for automotive applications

GaN D-MODE TECHNOLOGY DELIVERS MORE

Increasing EV car range and saving CO2

We drive technology for a better planet

VisIC’s industry-leading GaN power transistors are the building blocks of unparalleled efficiency gains in the powertrain of electric cars. The D3GaN technology semiconductors allow for smaller, lower cost, more efficient systems, extending the range of electric cars.

Inverters

50% lower losses with industry-leading power density, for most efficient and cost performance for EV drive-line system.

On-Board Chargers

On-Board-Chargers fueled with D3GaN technology lower system cost with ½ weight, 3 x power density and simplified cooling

Industrial applications

VisIC’s semiconductors allow significant efficiency improvements and cost reductions in industrial applications, electric engines, data centers, and renewable energy among others.

NEWS

Global Semiconductor Alliance CEO panel discussion

“At the helm”: CEO Panel discussion July 8, 2020, 9 A.M. PDT | 6 P.M. CET Go to the GSA website and register for free! July 6, 2020 Nes Ziona, Israel VisIC Technologies Ltd., a global leader in gallium nitride (GaN) devices for automotive high-voltage applications,...

100kW motor inverter reference design for 800V power-bus based on D3GaN

VisIC’s D3GaN technology powers most cost-effective inverters up to 800V power-bus March 16, 2020 VisIC Technologies Ltd., a Gallium Nitrate (GaN) power semiconductor device leader in the fast-developing Automotive, Data Centers and Industrial markets, today announced...

VisIC partners with ZF for next generation EV inverters

VisIC partners with ZF for next-generation EV inverters Joint R&D effort to develop an EV inverter based on gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductor technology VisIC’s D3GaN technology, with lowest losses per RDS(on) combined with ZF’s highly efficient EV driveline...

VisIC’s smallest 6.7kW On-Board-Charger Reference Design

March 19, 2019 Best Power Density of 3kW/L and lightweight of 4.5kg VisIC Technologies, Ltd is a GaN power semiconductor device leader in the fast-developing markets of Automotive, Data Centers and Industrial, today announced the availability of its On-Board-Charger...

Semiconductor veteran Dan Artusi to join VisIC’s Board of Directors

April 29,2019 VisIC Technologies, Ltd, a GaN power semiconductor device leader in the fast-developing markets of Automotive, Data Centers and Industrial power conversion, today announced the expansion of its board of directors to include the semiconductor industry...

600Amp Half-Bridge Development Platform

6 x V22 in parallel with excellent current sharing capability May 6, 2019 VisIC Technologies, a GaN power semiconductor device leader in the fast-developing automotive, data centers and industrial markets, today announced the availability of its 6 x V22N65A...

VisIC Single stage GaN HB operation at 6kW

May 15, 2019 A 6kW GaN AC inverter operating from 400V DC bus. Switching at 100kHz with air cooling.

VisIC Half Bridge boost test

May 15, 2019 A 10kW half bridge operation in a Boost configuration: 200V to 400V. Switching frequency is 100kHz with liquid cooling.

VisIC GaN device double pulse test

May 15, 2019 VisIC GaN evaluation using a Half-Bridge configuration in a double pulse test. We evaluate the switching energy at 50A and 400V.

VisIC appoints Dr. Simon Wainwright as VP OF OPERATIONS

VisIC Technologies, Ltd is a GaN power semiconductor device leader in the fast-developing markets of Automotive, Data Centers and Industrial, today announced the appointment of Dr. Simon Wainwright as VP of Operations.Dr. Wainwright brings 20 years’ experience in the...

EVENTS

"GaN devices - the game changers"

Online Industry Forum

12:45 – 1:30 CET July 8, 2020

"At the Helm – CEO Panel Discussion"

GSA has assembled an exclusive CEO panel to discuss how companies are navigating through these challenging times.

09:00 AM PT July 8, 2020

Electronica EU 2020

November 10-13, 2020