Yes i ment power Mosfet.Sorry
I see usualy IGBT are for 800+ Voltages.
I just cant calculate max power can handle.
The 8A on datasheet are AVG not Rms.
IGBTs usually come in 600V breakdown and 1200V breakdown. The 600V breakdown
ones are good for normal mains (single and 3-phase), 1200V used for higher
voltage industrial use. You'd never expose a 600V device to anything like 600V
in normal operation BTW.
As I said with high voltages IGBTs are much more robust than MOSFETs and
that's why you never see MOSFETs being used at high voltages any more
commercially, even though they perform better. The fixed forward voltage
of IGBTs and the slower siwtching means they have higher losses, but ruggedness
is more important in the real world.