Hybrid, electric & powertrain systems
Giving you the power to reduce emissions by innovating hybrid and electric vehicle systems
Our interactive system block diagrams guide you to a robust catalog of ICs, reference designs and supporting content that empowers you to design electrified vehicles that meet growing emissions regulations. Effectively electrify mechanical components and innovate hybrid and electric vehicles, while simplifying functional safety design. Are you ready to design systems that enable vehicles to charge faster, drive farther and perform more efficiently? Let's go!
Fast track automotive electrification by implementing 48-V systems to offload the 12-V rail and optimize vehicle efficiency. Get started with device and reference design recommnedations in our interactive block diagrams for 48-V battery management system, 48-V to 12-V bidirectional DC/DC converter and starter/generator, and use our featured content below to design the next generation of 48-V systems today.
Traditional 12-V electrical systems in vehicles are reaching their limits. Learn how to bridge to 48-V systems using a bidirectional buck-boost controller in this white paper.
Learn how to design a safe and reliable traction inverter with voltage references and supervisors for automotive systems.
HEV/EVs use isolation to protect 12-V circuits from higher voltages. Explore different options for isolating SPI and I2C in HEV/EV battery management systems.
Reduce charging time by increasing power density and high-speed battery management in hybrid and electric vehicles.
Learn the differences between on-boar and off-board chargers, how charging stations interact with on-boar chargers and EV battery management systems, how isolation factors into system design and more.
This video highlights common challenges you might face when implementing a CLLC topology in on-board chargers, such as generating accurate PWMs or active synchronous rectification.
This reference design leverages SiC MOSFETs driven by a C2000™ MCU with SiC-isolated gate drivers. It implements three-phase interleaving and operates in CCM to achieve 98% efficiency.
Perform more efficiently
Replace mechanical components with high-efficiency power electronics for more efficient vehicles.
Improving powertrain design is an effective way to reduce emissions. Learn the integral role sensors play in electrifying vehicles and creating efficient powertrains.
This two part video series discusses specific op amp parameters to consider for monitoring within the on-board charger, battery management system, DC/DC converter, and inverter in HEV/EVs.
Increase power density and efficiency to maximize mileage per charge in electrified vehicles.
Understand factors involved in the design strategy behind HEV/EV battery management systems, including the battery pack and managing the state of charge.
Electrification increases the significance of monitoring and protection subsystems in vehicles. Explore the answers to the most important questions surrounding this topic in HEV/EVs.
This scalable reference design provides a solution for monitoring lithium ion cell voltages accurately and communicating the data externally. It can monitor cells ranging from 6-series to 96-series.