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Micro power distribution box sealed modules

Micro power distribution box sealed modules
Molex has launched a Micro Power Distribution Box (µPDB) Sealed Module with two versions: standard and customisable. These are compact automotive power distribution boxes that provide a junction point for both power switching and also circuit protection for vehicles or subsystems within wiring architectures.
24th June 2019

Ethernet transformers added to automotive magnetic range

Ethernet transformers added to automotive magnetic range
  Elec&Eltek Magnetic Products (EEMPL) have released its first two Ethernet transformers specifically for automotive applications. The A24V00009F (100Base-T) and A24V00010F (1000Base-T) both meet the AEC-Q200 requirements and are made in their own IATF16949 factory.
14th June 2019

Refurbishing and repair of voltage regulation cards

Refurbishing and repair of voltage regulation cards
Every train is fitted with alternators to generate electrical power and each one has an automatic voltage regulator (AVR) card that ensures the correct voltage is produced. However, in some cases, reliability has become an issue for these cards, which has led Sulzer to develop a service to repair or redesign and manufacture replacement AVR cards.
13th June 2019


Tantalum polymer capacitors to drive megatrend applications

Tantalum polymer capacitors to drive megatrend applications
Global supplier of electronic components, KEMET, has expanded the temperature capability of T598 devices, a first-to-market Tantalum Polymer Surface Mount Capacitor. These address the stringent requirements and challenges presented by megatrend applications in automotive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), autonomous driving and in digitalisation uses.
10th June 2019

Super barrier rectifier technology improves efficiency

Super barrier rectifier technology improves efficiency
Newly introduced by Diodes Incorporated are the SBR10M100P5Q and SBR8M100P5Q. These automotive-compliant super barrier rectifier (SBR) diodes employ patented and proprietary technology and can significantly reduce power loss and lower operating temperatures in automotive applications.
23rd 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 eight channel Class D amplifier design

Automotive eight channel Class D amplifier design
The TIDA-00733 is a reference design from Texas Instruments is for an eight-channel, Class-D amplifier that is capable of driving 2-Ω loads and an off-battery step-down power supply with five and 3.3V outputs. The amplifier design provides audio inputs for each audio channel. 
15th May 2019


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