Driving vehicle electrification forward. 

Your partner in 48-V and high-voltge hybrid, electric and powertrain systems

Consumers are demanding it. Regulations are requiring it. Electrification is transforming the automotive industry – and expectations for engineers have never been higher. From mild hybrid to full electric, we have the expertise to help you take on your most vital design challenges. We are dedicated to providing the right analog and embedded processing products and in-depth support you need to design next-generation electrified automobiles. Leverage our decades of industry experience as you boost efficiency, increase power density, improve reliability, meet the highest safety standards, and continue driving down costs to make electrified vehicles more attainable for all. Together, we can engineer a more sustainable world of transportation.

What's new


Integrated 3-phase 48-V automotive Gate Driver Unit (GDU) with 4.5-A peak sink gate drive current


16-S automotive precision battery monitor, balancer and integrated protector with ASIL-D compliance


Automotive qualified SimpleLink™ wireless MCU for use in wireless battery management systems

Maximize efficiency with a combo-box architecture

Integrating the traction inverter, DC/DC converter and on-board charger can reduce vehicle weight, lower overall costs and achieve higher power density, helping enable electric vehicles for the masses. Integrating systems brings new technical challenges such as complex magnetic integration and the need for a more sophisticated control algorithm. With products such as C2000™ microcontrollers that help simplify control algorithm challenges and our high-voltage isolation portfolio, featuring products such as isolated gate drivers that enable effective integration, we have the products, resources and expertise to help achieve your design goals, regardless of the level of integration you seek.

ComboBox eletric vehicle EV powertrain 3D illustration

This paper examines the benefits of using an integrated powertrain solution to speed adoption of electric vehicles through power electronics.

This white paper explores the benefits and challenges of control integration in EV powertrain systems using C2000™ MCUs

Revolutionize EV battery management with our wireless BMS solution

A wireless battery management system (BMS) can improve reliability and design flexibility while reducing system cost due to the elimination of cables and connectors. However, wireless BMS comes with challenges such as meeting ASIL D functional safety compliance.

With our TÜV SÜD-assessed functional safety concept and proprietary wireless protocol – an industry-first enabling the best network availability – you are now able to build the world’s most reliable and efficient electric vehicles.

This white paper examines design considerations for wired and wireless battery management systems in electric vehicles (EVs).

This paper explores the unique functional safety challenges encountered when designing a wireless battery management system.

Unlock the benefits of 48-V systems

Electrification increases power demands, and 12- to 48-V and 48-V to high-voltage architectures increase the available power to meet those demands. Introducing a 48-V power supply, however, creates new and challenging design requirements, particularly the accurate monitoring and protection of the 48-V battery and achieving Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)-D certification while managing cost at scale. Our analog and embedded processing products are up for the challenge. With wide-input-voltage DC/DC converters and brushless DC motor drivers that enable safety at high levels of power density; a portfolio of highly accurate sensing products; and a broad selection of high-performance, low-power microcontrollers that simplify the development process, we can help solve all of your 48-V design challenges. Explore our 48-V battery management system, 48-V to 12-V bidirectional DC/DC converter and starter/generator resources.

Electric vehicle EV 48 V powertrain 3D illustration

The 48-V rail is becoming more prevalentin electrified vehicles in order to support increasing system power demands. Learn how a buck-boost controller helps support a dual-bus topology.

Learn how to create a 48-V motor-driver design in mild hybrid electric vehicles that offers high-power motor driving, achieves functional safety and is small in size.