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How vehicle electrification is evolving voltage board nets

The need for electrical energy inside the car is growing with the proliferation of automated driving functions and the popularity of comfort, convenience and infotainment features. This article explores the emerging board nets that address this need.

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Texas Instruments Vehicle Electric 300x250 Ed 101520 Kmr


Texas Instruments Prod1 Ed 315x180 101520 Kmr

The UCC5870-Q1 device is a functional safety compliant, isolated, highly configureable single-channel gate driver targeted to drive high power SiC MOSFETs and IGBTs in EV/HEV applications.

Texas Instruments Chipshot Prod23 Ed 101520 Kmr

BQ79600-Q1 Automotive SPI/UART communication interface

The BQ79600-Q1 is a communication (bridge) IC designed to interface between a microcontroller (MCU) and TI battery monitoring ICs, for example the BQ7961X-Q1. The device features functional safety compliance and automatic host wakeup. 

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Texas Instruments Chipshot Prod23 Ed 101520 Kmr

CC2642R-Q1 Auto-qualified SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® Low Energy wireless MCU

The CC2642R-Q1 device is an AEC-Q100 compliant wireless microcontroller (MCU) targeting Bluetooth 5 Low Energy automotive applications. The device is optimized for low-power wireless communication in applications battery management systems (BMS).

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Driving Vehicle Electrification Video

Learn how we help you take your vehicle electrification designs to the next level.

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Electrification Roundtable Video

Join our experts as we discuss the benefits and challenges around electrified vehicle systems.

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How to Design Heating and Cooling Systems for HEV/EVs

For decades, the internal combustion engine (ICE) has run the car as well as the heating and cooling systems. In this paper, we will navigate the adjustments needed for heating and cooling systems in HEV/EVs.

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Bridging 12 V and 48 V in dual-battery automotive systems

In this white paper, explore how 48-V car batteries are efficiently taking on the power-hungry systems in mild-hybrid vehicles.       

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