Latest Product and Company News from Dynex

Latest Product and Company News from Dynex

Read the latest news on Dynex product releases and offerings, recent projects, company updates and events.



Dynex continues to supply a wide range of IGBT’s for maintenance and refurbishment markets

IGBT modules built on standard baseplates means we can continue to maintain mature products in production


Dynex manufacture a range of high-power IGBT modules including half bridge, chopper, dual, single and bi-directional switch configurations covering voltages from 1200V to 6500V with currents up to 3600A. We also have the capability to design, develop and manufacture custom IGBT modules. Many of our wide range of IGBT modules are built on standard baseplates, which means we can continue to maintain mature products in production.

Some established manufacturers have withdrawn availability of single switch devices that remain widely in use in a new build and installed application base.  Dynex are committed to continue to offer single switch die generations in 140 x 130mm packages to support new designs as well as the maintenance of existing products. This means we are able to offer in many cases a viable (financial and less impactful to the environment) alternative to the option of a complete drive system replacement when the power semiconductors required for maintenance or refurbishment become obsolete.

Legacy IGBT modules are a realistic choice for refurbishment of traction applications. Many older systems are now coming to the end of their serviceable life requiring major overhauls. Dynex are fully committed to manufacturing and keeping our existing IGBT devices in operation to support the replacement for modern power units or the refurbishment market.

Visit our website for technical specifications of our portfolio of 140 x 130 mm IGBT modules supporting a wide range of package options.

Our IGBT devices are designed to reduce switching losses for the following applications:

  • High reliability inverters
  • Motor controllers
  • Traction drives
  • Single switch circuit topologies