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Automotive grade analogue output temperature sensor

Automotive grade analogue output temperature sensor
The TMP23x-Q1 devices are a family of automotive grade precision CMOS integrated-circuit linear analog temperature sensors with an output voltage proportional to temperature, serving various automotive applications from powertrain to infotainment. These temperature sensors have a typical accuracy from zero to +70°C of ±0.5°C.
11th September 2019

Using eFuses and smart high side switches in ADAS applications

In today's automotive market, advanced driver assistance systems are raising the standard by enabling a safer and more intuitive driving experience.
6th August 2019

Automotive head unit with integrated circuits

Automotive head unit with integrated circuits
Head units with remote displays typically have the infotainment features divided into multiple systems. This makes the head unit more configurable by the OEM allowing for features to be added or removed for different vehicle models. Texas Instruments offers solutions that allow remote inter-connectivity of these while addressing reduced system EMI.
23rd July 2019


Eight questions about monitoring and protection EVs

Eight questions about monitoring and protection EVs
Collectively, we’re engaged in a worldwide effort to reimagine automotive and reduce emissions, whether it’s helping carmakers offload combustion engines or transition to fully electric fleets. Electrification has proven to be the most adaptable tool for reducing emissions, but as voltage increases within vehicles, so does the significance of monitoring and protection subsystems.
23rd July 2019

Two-phase synchronous buck DC/DC controller for high current outputs

Two-phase synchronous buck DC/DC controller for high current outputs
The LM5143-Q1 from Texas Instruments is a 65V synchronous buck DC/DC controller for high-current single or dual outputs. The device uses an interleaved, stackable, peak current-mode control architecture for easy loop compensation, fast transient response, excellent load and line regulation, and accurate current sharing with parallelled phases for higher output current.
22nd July 2019

Design considerations for high-accuracy temperature sensors

Design considerations for high-accuracy temperature sensors
In designing personal electronics, industrial or medical applications, engineers must address some of the same challenges: how to increase performance, add features and shrink form factors. Along with these considerations, they must carefully monitor temperature to ensure safety and protect systems and consumers from harm.
22nd July 2019

High accuracy analogue output temperature sensor

High accuracy analogue output temperature sensor
The TMP23x-Q1 devices from Texas Instruments are a family of automotive grade precision CMOS integrated-circuit linear analog temperature sensors with an output voltage proportional to temperature, serving various automotive applications from powertrain to infotainment. 
22nd July 2019

Implementing CAN and CAN FD using a System Basis Chip

Watch this training video to learn the differences between the two interfaces and how they are configured in existing systems today. Understand how to implement CAN and upgrade to CAN FD with the TCAN4550-Q1 SBC.
25th June 2019

How the cabin is transforming into an integrated cockpit

The increased integration and personalisation of the automotive cockpit is enhancing the driving experience by making interior cabin more comfortable and convenient for drivers and passengers.
17th June 2019

How connecting the car goes inside, outside and beyond

In this video, two of TI's connected car experts talk about the ways a car can connect from car access to vehicle-to-everything (V2X) systems.
14th June 2019

How levels of autonomy are improving the driving experience

Texas Instruments' Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) experts are coming together to discuss what levels of autonomy they think are the most important to the coming years and the design considerations that come with them.
13th June 2019

System basis chip with integrated CAN FD controller and transceiver

System basis chip with integrated CAN FD controller and transceiver
Texas Instruments has introduced an automotive system basis chip that is, according to the company, the industry’s first to integrate a controller and transceiver for Controller Area Network with Flexible Data Rate (CAN FD). Designed to meet the high bandwidth and data rate flexibility needs of in-vehicle networks, the TCAN4550-Q1 uses the SPI bus of almost any microcontroller to implement, with minimal hardware changes, a CAN FD interface or increase the amount of CAN FD bus ports in a system.
13th June 2019

Smart driving: how electrification drives cars farther

In this video, TI's electrification experts are coming together to talk about what it takes to design hybrid and electric vehicles, from smart battery management to efficient traction motor control.
11th June 2019

Automotive head unit integrated circuits solutions

Automotive head unit integrated circuits solutions
Head units with remote displays typically have the infotainment features divided into multiple systems. This makes the head unit more configurable by the OEM allowing for features to be added or removed for different vehicle models. Texas Instruments offers solutions that allow remote inter-connectivity of these while addressing reduced system EMI.
20th May 2019

Motor control solution for multiple automotive HVAC flap actuators

Motor control solution for multiple automotive HVAC flap actuators
The TIDA-01357 reference design from Texas Instruments offers a DC motor control solution for multiple automotive HVAC flap actuators or dampers. This design demonstrates a cost-effective motor driver solution for six flap actuators/dampers where all six motors can be driven simultaneously with an output current up to 0.4A per motor. 
17th May 2019

Automotive Motor driver with integrated current sensing EVM

Automotive Motor driver with integrated current sensing EVM
The DRV8873 from Texas Instruments is an integrated driver for industrial and automotive applications. With ten amp peak current capability and 4.5 to 38V voltage range, this device supports a wide range of applications. PH/EN or PWM interface allows simple interfacing to controller circuits while also allowing independent ½ bridge control to drive two solenoid loads.
17th May 2019

Automotive motor driver with integrated current sensing

Automotive motor driver with integrated current sensing
The DRV8873-Q1 device from Texas Instruments is an integrated driver IC for driving a brushed DC motor in automotive applications. Two logic inputs control the H-bridge driver, which consists of four N-channel MOSFETs that drive motors bi-directionally with up to 10-A peak current. The device operates from a single power supply and supports a wide input supply range from 4.5 to 38V.
17th May 2019

ADAS power reference design with improved voltage supervision

ADAS power reference design with improved voltage supervision
This TI design provides an automotive power solution with additional precision voltage supervision and window watchdog for safety MCUs in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). These ADAS systems can control driving functions, such as automated emergency brake, lane keep assist, and adaptive cruise control. 
17th May 2019

Diode controller operates with external N-channel MOSFET

Diode controller operates with external N-channel MOSFET
The LM74700-Q1 from Texas Instruments is an automotive AEC Q100 qualified ideal diode controller which operates in conjunction with an external N-channel MOSFET a diode rectifier for low loss reverse polarity protection with a 20mV forward voltage drop. The wide supply input range of 3.2 to 65V allows control of many popular DC bus voltages such as 12, 24 and 48V automotive battery systems. 
17th May 2019

Automotive temperature sensors systems training

Automotive temperature sensors systems training
A video from Texas Instruments provides automotive temperature sensor systems training. During this training, viewers will learn about temperature sensor ICs and automotive applications. Automotive manufacturers are placing temperature sensors in transmissions, USB ports, displays, HEV/EV batterypacks, and many other automotive systems. 
17th May 2019


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