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IXYS Corporation, a subsidiary of Littelfuse, Inc., is a world-class power semiconductor manufacturing company. The firm conducts operations from facilities located in Milpitas, California, and Leiden, the Netherlands. Its footprint extends into Asia, Europe, and North America, and it employs over 1,000 people worldwide.
IXYS primarily manufactures products for the aerospace and defense, communications, consumer, industrial, lighting/display, medical, power management, renewable energy, and transportation fields. The firm’s catalog features power metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETS), integrated circuits (ICs), insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs), microcontrollers, radiofrequency (RF) products, microwave discrete semiconductors, Schottky diodes, phase control devices, and solar cell arrays.
IXYS has always pursued a singular passion: to develop products with improved energy efficiency and capability. Across five decades, that drive saw the firm produce a wide range of innovative power, RF, and IC offerings.
As a result, the company forged relationships with over 2,500 companies representing a host of industries and nations. It used its increasingly robust income to build first-rate research and development facilities and assemble a staff of talented engineers.
In 2018, IXYS became a part of Littelfuse, but its mission remains unchanged. Together, the two firms use their combined expertise, knowledge bases, and portfolios to push the semiconductor industry forward.
One exceptional offering in IXYS’ catalog is its 300V Ultra-Junction X3-Class HiPerFET Power MOSFETs. The line provides on-resistance as low as 4.6 mΩ with gate charges of as little as 22nC. The series enables firms to create systems with maximum energy density and power efficiency because of those qualities. The product family includes 25 components in different package sizes and current ratings ranging from 26A to 210A.
IXYS has a desire for advancement that will see it assure its continued position at the forefront of the power semiconductor sector.