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Electronic Design Update
September 21, 2021
 

Carmakers charge ahead with electric vehicle powertrain integration

Learn how integrating powertrain systems into a compact mechanical enclosure can lead to more affordable, more efficient EVs.

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Take a look at this ASIL-D safety concept assessed high-speed traction inverter and bi-directional DCDC reference design to help you get your integrated powertrain design off the ground.

 
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GaN-based, 6.6-kW, bidirectional, onboard charger reference design

Check this 6.6-kW bidirectional reference design for EV onboard charger providing 3.8-kW/L power density and enabling high-operating frequency. It employs a two-phase totem pole PFC and a full-bridge CLLLC converter with synchronous rectification. 

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Automotive 400-V battery to 12-V, 3.6-kW DC/DC converter reference design

This reference design is a 3.6-kW, automotive 400-V to 12-V unidirectional converter which converts the 200-V to 450-V DC input to 12-V, 300-A maximum output. 

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Videos

 

Make EVs more affordable with an integrated powertrain architecture

Watch how integrating EV powertrain can enable you to simplify your design, reduce cost and improve reliability.

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Enabling the highest power density in HEV/EV on-board charging

Watch a short demo how fully integrated automotive GaN FETs reduce the size of electric vehicle onboard chargers and DC/DC converters by as much as 50% compared to existing Si or SiC solutions.

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How to design multi-kW DC/DC converters for electric vehicles

In this video we will take a look at a typical EV system block diagram and then focus on the PFC and DC/DC applications within these systems.

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Why wireless for battery management systems (BMS)?

Learn about the benefits of using 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity technology in an automotive BMS to eliminate wiring harnesses and connectors for greater design flexibility, reduced overall weight and simplified maintenance.

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Whitepapers

 

Driving high-voltage contactors in EV and HEVs

This white paper gives a general introduction of the high-voltage contactors in EV and HEVs, and presents several approaches on how to drive the high-voltage contactors.

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Functional Safety considerations in BMS for vehicle electrification

This paper examines battery monitor considerations to meet functional safety standards in electric vehicles.

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How to design heating and cooling systems for HEV/EVs 

In this white paper, we will describe the new heating and cooling control modules in 48-V, 400-V or 800-V HEVs and EVs with examples and system diagrams.

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Increase traction inverter system robustness with a HV to LV backup supply

Learn about key considerations for the backup power supply such as the power device voltage rating, startup circuitry, noise coupling, and safety for HEV/EV traction inverter applications.

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