Electronics Hardware, Senior Design Engineer

Schneider Electric

  • Bangalore, India
Electronics Hardware, Senior Design Engineer
Job Posted : Mar 24th, 2022

Job Description

  • 10+ years related industry experience in designing power electronics hardware, for Solar Inverters, UPS or Drives.
  • Be able to evaluate, specify, implement, validate and troubleshoot power components: IGBTs, MOSFETs and gate drive circuits, high power capacitors, chokes/inductors, transformers etc.
  • Good knowledge on various modulation control schemes for single phase and three phase inverter topologies.
  • Experience and knowledge on various battery technologies, Analog and Digital Design.
  • Experiance in circuit design and modeling through a combination of computer simulation, laboratory implementation/testing and troubleshooting to meet functional specifications.
  • Define, analyze and measure control performance parameters (e.g.: stability, response time etc..) as applied to power electronics.
  • Responsible for selection and design of power semiconductors, gate drive circuit, magnetic devices, capacitors and power drive circuits to meet the cost..
  • Knowledge in EMI and EMC as applied to high power electronics product.
  • Knowledge in signal processing and digital control algorithm implementation using micro-controllers or DSPs.
  • To work with Project managers in review of Product Manuals, application notes, service documentation etc.
  • To support factory team by preparing test documentations

Qualification And Experience:-

  • M.tech in power electronics with 10+ years industry experiance


  • Bangalore, India.

Company Overview:-

Schneider’s purpose is to empower all to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all. At Schneider, we call this Life Is On.

We believe access to energy and digital is a basic human right. Our generation is facing a tectonic shift in energy transition and industrial revolution catalysed by accelerated digitisation in a more electric world. Electricity is the most efficient and best vector for decarbonisation; combined with a circular economy approach, we will achieve a climate-positive impact as part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.