Diodes Incorporated

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Zetex Technology Park,
Chadderton,
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OL9 9LL,UK
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)161 622 4444

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Web: www.diodes.com


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Bringing low power to intelligent autonomous designs

Bringing low power to intelligent autonomous designs
Diodes Incorporated has announced a family of automotive-compliant PCI Express (PCIe) 4.0 clock generators and buffers featuring advanced features for demanding automotive applications, including head units, ECUs, ADAS, navigation, telematics, and infotainment. The PI6CG182Q, PI6CG184Q PI6CG188Q and PI6CB184Q provide differential low power, High Speed Current Steering Logic (HCSL) outputs with on-chip termination.
5th March 2019

PCIe packet switches offer low power solutions

PCIe packet switches offer low power solutions
The line of PCI Express (PCIe) Gen 2.0 solutions at Diodes Inc has been extended with four new 3- and 4-port, 4-lane packet switches, designed to meet the needs of 5G, IoT, and AI networks. They are well suited for applications such as 5G/LTE, Wi-Fi Routers, STB, security systems, IPC, NAS and other power-sensitive, high-performance networks.
27th February 2019

Grade 0 omnipolar hall-effect switches for automotive applications

Grade 0 omnipolar hall-effect switches for automotive applications
Global manufacturer and supplier of application specific standard products for discrete, logic, analogue and mixed-signal semiconductor markets, Diodes Incorporated, has announced its AH356xQ series of omnipolar Hall-effect switches, which are fully certified for automotive applications and qualified to AEC-Q100 Grade 0.
18th February 2019


Simplifying the driving of low power lighting

Simplifying the driving of low power lighting
It has been announced that Diodes Incorporated, is extending its family of automotive LED drivers with the BCR4xxUQ series that simplifies the driving of low power lighting. LED technology is displacing conventional bulbs throughout the car for a number of applications.
26th July 2018

Automotive grade regulators allow 60V battery transients

Automotive grade regulators allow 60V battery transients
The ZXTR2105FQ, ZXTR2108FQ and ZXTR2112FQ regulator transistors announced by Diodes Incorporated are qualified to AEC-Q101 standards for high reliability and are product part approval process (PPAP)-capable. Designed to deliver 5, 8, or 12V regulated outputs from nominal battery supplies of 12 or 24V, these regulator transistors are well-suited for powering vehicle electronics.
12th December 2017

Automotive dual MOSFETs minimise power losses

Automotive dual MOSFETs minimise power losses
Diodes Incorporated has introduced the DMNH4015SSDQ and DMTH6016LSDQ. Featuring low figure-of-merit on-resistance and gate charge specifications, these latest 40V and 60V dual, co-packaged enhancement mode MOSFETs minimize power losses, enabling cost-effective, high-efficiency, automotive-compliant power management solutions. 
23rd March 2017

40V automotive MOSFETs are suited for motor control

40V automotive MOSFETs are suited for motor control
Designed for use in high ambient temperature environments, Diodes Incorporated has announced two 40V automotive-compliant MOSFETs operating at up to +175°C. The DMTH4004SPSQ has been designed to meet the requirements of high-power (>750W) BLDC applications, such as water and fuel pumps, while the DMTH4005SPSQ is suited to lower power BLDC applications, such as auxiliary pumps and HVAC systems.
11th March 2016

High-voltage rectifiers ensure robust operation

High-voltage rectifiers ensure robust operation
Designed to provide robust rectification, blocking and reverse-battery protection for automotive ECUs, two AEC-Q101-qualified high-voltage rectifiers have been introduced by Diodes Incorporated. The compact, small form factor and thermally efficient SOD123F package enables the S1MSWFQ standard rectifier and RS1MSWFQ fast rectifier to deliver a superior level of performance from a PCB footprint that is less than half that of similar SMA packaged rectifiers.
19th November 2015

MOSFET protects ECUs against reverse-battery connection

MOSFET protects ECUs against reverse-battery connection
Diodes Incorporated has announced the DMP4015SPSQ 40V P-channel MOSFET, designed to protect automotive Electronic Control Units (ECUs) against the risk of reverse-battery connection. ECUs are used in a growing number of automotive control applications and, with some vehicles deploying up to 80 ECUs, the need to protect each one demands a simple and cost-effective solution, which this MOSFET provides.
30th October 2015

Automotive inductive-load driver saves space & cost

Automotive inductive-load driver saves space & cost
Designed for automotive inductive load-switching applications, such as window, door latch and antenna relays, solenoids and small DC motors, the DMN61D8LVTQ dual-channel inductive-load driver has been introduced by Diodes Incorporated. The on-chip integrated Zener diodes and bias resistors eliminate the need for several external components, reducing both the cost and the PCB footprint.
9th September 2015

Hall effect latches offer eight sensitivity options

Hall effect latches offer eight sensitivity options
The AH376xQ family of AECQ100-qualified Hall effect latches introduced by Diodes Incorporated offers eight magnetic sensitivity options to cover the requirements of numerous automotive applications. Such uses include commutation, encoding and position control of the various motors, pumps, fans and valves found in vehicle cabins for operating windows, sun roofs, seats, tailgates and air-conditioning.
20th July 2015

MOSFET H-bridge simplifies inductive wireless charging

MOSFET H-bridge simplifies inductive wireless charging
Cutting component counts and reducing PCB footprints by 50%, Diodes Incorporated has announced a pair of MOSFET H-bridges which simplify motor driving and inductive wireless charging circuits. The 40V DMHC4035LSD suits automotive motor driving applications, while the 30V DMHC3025LSD is suitable for 12V single-phase fan applications.
22nd January 2015

ESD & surge protector removes the need for X-ray inspection

ESD & surge protector removes the need for X-ray inspection
Offering sharper triggering than Zener diodes or varistors to provide a superior protection solution, Diodes Incorporated introduces an AEC-Q101 qualified ESD and surge protector. According to the manufacturer, the D24V0L1B2LPSQ offers improved protection, greater reliability and easier inspection during manufacturing, when compared to Zener-based and varistor devices.
29th September 2014

Automotive Rectifiers from Diodes Incorporated Provide up to Ten Times Greater Avalanche Capability

Diodes Incorporated has introduced a family of its Super Barrier Rectifiers (SBR) qualified to the AECQ101 high-reliability automotive standard and backed by PPAP level 3 documentation. The parts are 100% avalanche tested and proven to deliver a reverse-avalanche capability of between three to ten times greater than competing Schottky alternatives.
26th July 2013

Diodes Incorporated Wins Best Electronic Design Award

Diodes Incorporated has won a Best Electronic Design award in Electronic Design magazine’s prestigious annual awards issue. The Company won the award in the Automotive category for its Super Barrier Rectifier (SBR®) product line launched in June, 2011.
11th January 2012

Super Barrier Rectifiers from Diodes Incorporated raise reliability in automotive applications

Diodes Incorporated has announced the first devices in a family of Super Barrier Rectifiers (SBR®) designed for automotive applications. With a lower forward voltage drop, improved avalanche rating and higher safe operating area (SOA) than alternative Schottky or ultra-fast diode alternatives, these rugged rectifiers enable automotive designers to increase the reliability of motor control, display panel and LED lighting circuits.
16th June 2011


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