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Power supplies ruggedised for railway shock

Power supplies ruggedised for railway shock
The release of the TIB 80-EX Family of 80W DIN rail power supplies has been announced by TRACO POWER. The power supplies are designed for harsh environments and hazardous locations with certifications for ATEX II3G and UL HazLoc Class I / Div 2 standards. 
13th March 2019

Automotive DC motor driver IC with LIN slave function

Automotive DC motor driver IC with LIN slave function
It has been announced that Toshiba Electronics Europe has started sample shipments of an automotive DC motor driver IC with a LIN (Local Interconnect Network) slave function that can communicate with a LIN 2.0 master IC for in-vehicle networks. The new TB9058FNG is suitable for many applications requiring up to 0.3A drive current using LIN BUS including heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) damper control drivers. 
7th March 2019

Automotive logic parts 64% smaller than leaded equivalents

Automotive logic parts 64% smaller than leaded equivalents
Specialist in discretes, logic and MOSFET devices, Nexperia, has announced that over twenty logic types in the company’s space-saving leadless MicroPak packages are now AEC-Q100 qualified. These logic solutions claim to be the smallest devices of their type suitable for automotive applications and Nexperia’s Q100 portfolio exceeds the Automotive Electronics Council’s requirements.
6th March 2019


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

Complete reference designs for railway applications

Complete reference designs for railway applications
  RECOM has introduced evaluation platforms for its DC/DC railway converters up to 240W. They are available in either high voltage (-1) or high current (-2) layouts and include a RIA12 surge stopper. The R-REF04-RIA12-1 and R-REF04-RIA12-2 are complete reference designs for railway applications.
1st March 2019

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


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Agile for Automotive 2019
15th May 2019
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16th October 2019
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