Rogers’ AES Group to Showcase curamik Ceramic Substrates & ROLINX Eco Busbars at PCIM 2022

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Rogers Corporation’s Advanced Electronics Solutions (AES) group will be exhibiting at PCIM Europe and showcasing the whole curamik ceramic substrate portfolio and ROLINX® Eco which is a new generation aluminum busbar with unique features.

The PCIM Europe (Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion) is the world's leading exhibition and conference for power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy, and energy management. The exhibition and conference is the leading international platform showcasing current products, topics and trends in power electronics and applications, taking place at the Nuremberg Messe (exhibition hall) in Nuremberg, Germany from May 10 – 12, 2022. Rogers AES will be exhibiting in Hall 9 at Booth 351. 

Rogers AES will also be active on the E-Mobility Forum schedule, with presenter Olivier Mathieu on the topic, “Metallized Ceramic Substrates with Enhanced Performance”. This presentation will show that Direct Bonded Copper (DBC) and Active Metal Brazing (AMB) substrates provide outstanding thermal performance spreading and dissipating heat from power semiconductor devices. Furthermore, the lifetime of multichip power modules will be discussed highlighting the need to survive thermo mechanical stress under operation. Novel design rules will be proposed that optimize the reliability of power modules under thermal cycling conditions. (Thursday, May 12, 2022, 11:10 am, Hall 6, E-Mobility Forum).

Visitors to the Rogers booth can learn more about curamik® ceramic substrates designed for high-demand applications. The basis of the substrate is a ceramic insulator to which pure copper is applied. The result is ceramic substrates with high thermal conductivity, high heat capacity and heat spreading provided by the thick copper layer. These high-performance substrates are well-suited for power electronics applications.

Visitors will also have the chance to discover the wide range of ROLINX® customized busbar solutions and assemblies renowned for their reliability, safety, and durability in the most demanding applications including mass transit and electric propulsion, industrial drives, renewable energy, and automotive systems. ROLINX® busbar solutions offer low inductance, compact and highly customizable designs and in combination with capacitors, extremely low inductance and high-power density capabilities. Visitors can also learn more about ROLINX® Eco which is a new generation aluminum busbar with unique features such as surface treatment options, bendability, lower contact resistance and creep, compared to traditional aluminum or copper busbars. The applied product range for ROLINX Eco are single conductor busbars, laminated busbars and multi-layer conductors for high voltage busbars.


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