What is the difference between PIM and IPM?

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PIM is a product that integrates a 3-phase converter circuit, brake circuit, and 3-phase inverter circuit into a single module. This leads to a compact main circuit design. IPM, on the other hand, offers an advantage of simple peripheral circuit designing, by use of its built-in control IC. This IC contains gate driving and protection circuits, in addition to brake and inverter circuits.

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