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Polymer chip capacitors meet challenging 125°C lifetime stability test

Polymer chip capacitors meet challenging 125°C lifetime stability test
AVX Corporation has introduced the robust TCQ Series automotive conductive polymer chip capacitors. Qualified to the Automotive Electronics Council’s AEC-Q200 specification for passive components, the TCQ Series meets the AEC’s challenging 125°C lifetime stability test and humidity bias testing at 85°C and 85% relative humidity for up to 1,000 hours.
11th February 2016

SQI Flash devices operate over extended-voltage range

SQI Flash devices operate over extended-voltage range
Featuring an extended voltage and larger temperature range, Microchip has announced a family of automotive-grade NOR Flash products. The SST26VF family is available in 16, 32 and 64Mb densities and operates at Automotive Grade 2 and 3, extending the operating voltage from 2.7 down to 2.3V and temperature up to +105°C.
8th February 2016

Add flash memory to automotive analogue devices

Renesas Electronics has announced the development of 90nm one-transistor MONOS (Metal-Oxide-Nitride-Oxide-Silicon) flash memory technology that can be used in combination with a variety of processes, such as CMOS and bipolar CMOS DMOS (BiCDMOS), and provides high Programme/Erase (P/E) endurance and low rewrite energy consumption.
3rd February 2016


24V TVS diode safeguards automotive antennas from ESD

24V TVS diode safeguards automotive antennas from ESD
Engineered to protect automotive antennas from ESD, a single-line TVS (Transient Voltage Suppression) device has been released by Semtech. The RClamp2431TQ, part of Semtech’s AEC-Q100 protection platform, offers a unique combination of low-clamping ESD protection with an ultra-low capacitance rating, making it suited for safeguarding car antennas against the harsh electrical transient threats present in vehicles.
3rd February 2016

Automotive SoC supports the ISO 26262 ASIL B safety standard

Renesas Electronics has announced the development of hardware fault detection and prediction technologies for functional safety in automotive computing systems. The company has also successfully developed a prototype of an automotive computing SoC fabricated in a 16nm FinFET process supporting the ISO 26262 ASIL B standard for automotive functional safety.
2nd February 2016

Fanless vehicle computing system features 6th Gen Intel Xeon processor

Fanless vehicle computing system features 6th Gen Intel Xeon processor
Vecow launches the 'first' fanless embedded system with 6th Gen Intel Xeon processor in the market, IVH-9000 series rugged vehicle computing system. The system features smart manageability, excellent mobile availability, 6 to 78V power input with 200V surge protection, ignition power control, intelligent circus protection and rugged reliability in harsh environments.
2nd February 2016

Process Full-HD 12-channel video using just 197mW

Designed for automotive computing SoCs used in autonomous vehicles of the future, Renesas has announced the development of a video processing circuit block. The circuit block handles processing of vehicle camera video with 70ms latency, processing video in real time on large volumes of data with 197mW power consumption and without imposing any additional load on the CPU and GPU, which are responsible for autonomous vehicle control.
2nd February 2016

Automotive FPGAs operate to 125°C

Microsemi Corporation has announced qualification of its AEC-Q100 grade 1 automotive-grade FPGAs. In addition to outlining the criterion for electronic components to ensure that end systems meet automotive reliability levels, the grade 1 industry standard specification validates Microsemi’s IGLOO2 FPGAs as offering the highest junction temperature in its class―up to an impressive 125º ambient (135ºC junction).
8th January 2016

3W current sense chip is now AEC-Q200 qualified

3W current sense chip is now AEC-Q200 qualified
  Stackpole Electronics has announced that its CSSH2512 3W current sense chip has now been qualified to AEC-Q200. The CSSH2512 offers resistance values from 0.5 up to 10mΩ in tolerances as tight as 0.5% and TCR as low as 25ppm.
7th January 2016

Integrated automotive Lidar enables ADAS applications

Integrated automotive Lidar enables ADAS applications
  At CES 2016, LeddarTech is demonstrating how Leddar detection and ranging technology can be integrated into standard automotive components (such as headlamps, rear lamps or side view mirrors) to enable the development and deployment of highly-optimised ADAS sensing solutions.
7th January 2016


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