In 2018, Tesla inverted our expectations and shook the EV industry when they adopted an ST Microelectronics silicon carbide-based inverter for their new Model 3 Electric Vehicle.
It allowed Tesla to shrink one of an EV’s most critical components in half. And it has sparked new interest in a silicon technology as old as the industry itself.
In this video, we are going to take a look at the powerful benefits of silicon carbide-based power semiconductors.
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