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Automotive CAN transceivers
High-immunity and low-emissions AEC-Q100 CAN transceivers with support for CAN FD (flexible data rate)
Automotive LIN transceivers
High-immunity, low-emissions, AEC-Q100, single-wire robust communication transceivers for low-speed, short-distance automotive applications
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3.3-V CAN transceivers
Industry-leading 3.3-V VCC CAN transceivers that are interoperable with 5-V mixed networks and offer a lower voltage and lower system cost alternative to 5-V transceivers
5-V CAN transceivers
Robust 5-V VCC CAN transceivers with up to ±70-V bus fault protection and up to ±30-V of common-mode voltage
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Achieve bus fault protection for both 12-V and 24-V battery systems
Vehicle electrification requires increasingly higher-voltage DC supplies. And while high-voltage systems can deliver more power, the system-level trade-off is that they need higher fault-protection devices. TI’s Controller Area Network (CAN), Local Interconnect Network (LIN) and system-basis chips implement some of the highest levels of bus fault protection in the industry – up to 70 V. With a majority of our products already supporting 58-V bus fault protection, designers can easily support these increasing fault-protection demands with our CAN, LIN and SBC products.
TI’s CAN FD, CAN SIC, LIN and SBC solutions offer performance, flexibility and affordability to drive future applications.
As automobiles continue to evolve, the need for smaller-size solutions, higher data rates and more integration is clear in BEL applications. Our portfolio of Controller Area Network with Flexible Data Rate (CAN FD), CAN Signal Improvement Capability (SIC) and Local Interconnect Network (LIN) transceivers meet or exceed industry-standard data rates, with some of the smallest package options in the industry. Our system-basis chip (SBC) portfolio offers more integration while maintaining small package options.
TI 3.3- and 5-V CAN transceivers bring safety and reliable communication to the grid infrastructure.
With features including 70-V bus fault protection, 8-Mbps data rates, signal improvement capability and flexible input/output support, our Controller Area Network (CAN) transceivers enable the design of next-generation grid infrastructures for solar energy systems, electric vehicle charging infrastructures, grid communication, energy storage and much more.