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Small MOSFET designed for automotive headlight applications

Small MOSFET designed for automotive headlight applications
  Toshiba Electronics has released a dual MOSFET with high levels of ESD protection. The new SSM6N813R is intended for use in rugged automotive applications, including use as a driver IC for headlight LEDs, which require a high withstand voltage and a small footprint.
19th 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

Automotive MOSFETs for demanding powertrain applications

Automotive MOSFETs for demanding powertrain applications
Global specialist in discretes, logic and MOSFET devices, Nexperia, has introduced a portfolio of low RDS(on) 40V AEC-Q101 MOSFETs targeting space-constricted, increased-power modules in demanding powertrain applications. Housed in the miniature, LFPAK33 package which has a footprint of only 10.9mm² and a pitch of just 0.65 mm, devices use Nexperia’s Trench 9 technology.
14th February 2019


Do power systems make the grade for autonomous vehicles?

Do power systems make the grade for autonomous vehicles?
  Voltage and current levels will change, but the requirements for low EMI/EMC emissions will not, argues Tony Armstrong, Analog Devices.
9th February 2019

The voltage rises in vehicles

The voltage rises in vehicles
  The idea of a higher vehicle electrical system voltage in automobiles is not new. As early as the 1990s, a 42V consortium was set up. However, due to a lack of standards, this approach was not successful. But now everything is to change. 
6th February 2019

Has your AGV got the right battery?

Has your AGV got the right battery?
As the requirement for flexible warehouses increases in line with increased and varied demand, facilities and plant managers are turning to automated guided vehicles (AGVs) more and more regularly. However, reliably sorting and retrieving goods over a 24/7 warehouse cycle, is a process with demanding power requirements.
5th February 2019

Surge suppression modules for railway applications

Surge suppression modules for railway applications
The power conversion specialist, Ideal Power, has announced the availability of a new range of Surge Suppression Modules (SSMs) from P-Duke. The SSM series products provide surge protection to protect DC/DC converter modules in railway applications. The SSMs can clamp input surge voltages to a safe level to protect DC/DC converters, and enable them to keep working. 
31st January 2019

There is hope for e-cars with single phase charging...

There is hope for e-cars with single phase charging...
  Manufacturer of portable charging stations, Juice Technology has announced the launch of its new Juice Phaser. Owners of e-cars with single-phase charging can rejoice: from now on, they can charge their cars twice as fast - without overloading their domestic power connection.
30th January 2019

Automotive-grade wireless charging solution

Automotive-grade wireless charging solution
The development of an automotive wireless charging solution with integrated NFC communication has been announced by ROHM. This solution combines ROHM’s automotive-grade (AEC-Q100 qualified) wireless power transmission control IC (BD57121MUF-M) with STMicroelectronics' NFC Reader IC (ST25R3914) and eight-bit microcontroller (STM8A series). 
29th January 2019

Innovations for electromobility and automated driving

Innovations for electromobility and automated driving
Electromobility and automated driving are the two defining trends in the automotive industry with high growth potential, but also technological challenges. For example, hybrid and/or electric powertrains require, among other things, efficient power electronics for the major subsystems such as inverters, on-board chargers or DC/DC converters.
21st January 2019


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