SOURCE: CPS Technologies Corporation
NORTON, MA--(Marketwired - Feb 18, 2014) - CPS Technologies Corp. (OTCQB: CPSH) announced today that it has received three U.S. design patents covering bowed baseplate designs with slotted rather than drilled mounting holes. The patent numbers are USD693444 S1, US D693445 S1 and USD693913 S1. The designs covered by these patents are currently use in high power IGBT modules for traction, wind turbine and solar power conversions and generation applications.
Commenting on the latest patents, Mark A. Occhionero, PhD., VP of Marketing and Technical Sales, said, "These designs improve manufacturability and reduce cost associated with drilling of mounting holes. Additionally they provide locking structures for the fastening of the IGBT module to the end product."
CPS Technologies Corporation is a global leader in producing metal-matrix composite components used to improve the reliability and performance of various electrical systems. CPS products are used in motor controllers for hybrid and electric vehicles, high-speed trains, subway cars and wind turbines. They are also used as heatspreaders in internet switches, routers and high-performance microprocessors. CPS also develops and produces metal-matrix composite armor.