Electric power steering (EPS)

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Electric power steering (EPS)

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs will help you build a reliable, high-performance, safe electric power steering (EPS) system based on advanced power management, sensors, control and gate drivers.

Design requirements:

EPS designs require:

  • Following state-of-the-art architecture regarding system redundancy in order to allow implementation of the system on the highest safety level.
  • Providing a steering wheel position sensing in ignition-off state with minimal quiescent current.
  • Optimizing size while maintaining the required safety and performance.

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