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  • Size: 2755 Kb Published Time: 2020-03-04
    Tyco Electronics is the world’s largest passive electronic components manufacturer and a world leader in cutting-edge wireless technologies. Tyco Electronics has facilities located in over 50 countries, serving custome in the aerospace, automotive, computer, communicatio, coumer electronics, industrial and power industries. The global automotive division follows the globalization goals of our custome, speeds up the integration of new technologies and enables our custome access to our vast product portfolio and services.
  • Size: 288 Kb Published Time: 2020-02-25
    Product Summary The BTS 7970B is a fully integrated high current half bridge for motor drive applicatio. It is part of the NovalithIC family containing one p-channel highside MOSFET and one n-channel lowside MOSFET with an integrated driver IC in one package. Due to the p-channel highside switch the need for a charge pump is eliminated thus minimizing EMI. Interfacing to a microcontroller is made easy by the integrated driver IC which features logic level inputs, diagnosis with current see, slew rate adjustment, dead time generation and protection agait overtemperature, overvoltage, undervoltage, overcurrent and short circuit. The BTS 7970B provides a cost optimized solution for protected high current PWM motor drives with very low board space coumption. Basic Features ●Path resistance of typ. 16 m2 @ 25 °C ●Low quiescent current of typ. 7 μA @ 25。C ●PWM capability of up to 25 kHz combined with active freewheeling ●Switched mode current limitation for reduced power dissipation in overcurrent ●Current limitation level of 68 A typ. / 50 A min. ●Status flag diagnosis with current see capability ●Overtemperature shut down with latch behaviour ●Overvoltage lock out ●Underoltage shut down ●Driver circuit with logic level inputs ●Adjustable slew rates for optimized EMI
  • Size: 784 Kb Published Time: 2018-12-28
    In-vehicle networking is rapidly evolving. What was once coidered science fiction is quickly becoming science fact. The sheer number of electronic and networking applicatio is pushing bandwidth limits. In respoe, automotive manufacture are adding more complex electronic control units (ECUs). To capitalize on the most innovative features, car make are using ECUs from many different vendo—risking greater interoperability challenges. Often, these ECUs require special cables and network interfaces, which are notandard, costly, and high maintenance. Due to this complex mix of cables and interfaces, the wiring harness has become the third costliest and heaviest component in a car after the engine and chassis.
  • Size: 2999 Kb Published Time: 2018-12-15
    The designe of automotive electronics face many technical challenges during the system design process, including designing methods of protection agait a variety of electrical hazards. The three major sources of electrical hazards in these systems are electrostatic discharge (ESD), lightning, and switching loads in power electronics circuits. Overcoming traient surges that can harm the vehicle’s electronics is one of the biggest challenges of the design process.