Hybrid/electric and powertrain systems
Giving you the power to electrify
Traditional 12-V electrical systems in vehicles are reaching their limits. To reduce input current, automakers are moving power-hungry systems to a new 48-V rail powered by a lithium-ion battery. Read this paper to learn more.
What’s the difference between on-board and off-board chargers? Learn the differences, how charging stations interact with on-board chargers and EV battery management systems, how isolation factors into system design and more.
Automotive transportation is undergoing a revolution. Read this white paper to learn how changes in transportation will make the future of driving look very different from our experiences today.
Featured reference designs
This reference design functions from a base of SiC MOSFETs driven by a C2000™ MCU with SiC-isolated gate drivers. It implements three-phase interleaving and operates in CCM to achieve 98.5% efficiency.
This reference design allows designers to precisely measure the current flowing through the solenoid, necessary to achieve precise control in automotive applications, using a current shunt monitor.
This reference design is an excitation amplifier and analog front end for resolver sensors. It uses an innovative scattered-signal processing method, improving the system accuracy by 250%.