11 kW OBC Reference Design
A three-phase On Board Charger (OBC) platform achieving state-of-the-art system efficiency with AEC-Q SiC power devices and drivers.Learn More
Linear Regulators (LDO) provide an optimum solution for low power, space conscious and low noise design requirements. The simplicity of design and few external components make them easy to integrate into the final product. This broad portfolio features high PSRR, low noise, low quiescent current (Iq), low dropout and wide input voltage range. As a market leader, we provide parts that offer industries best performance with a robust design and high quality manufacturing. Package options include the smallest size in the industry to the larger power packages providing an ideal solution for automotive, industrial and consumer applications.
Offers a robust design with AEC-Q100 and PPAP support. High voltage battery connected and low voltage post regulation with a wide temperature range, up to +150°C.
A wide input voltage range and a long product support lifecycle. Provides high accuracy and excellent line/load transient regulation.
Industry leading performance combined with smallest packaging options and easy design implementation.
Blocks input voltage from upstream SMPS or other noise generating environment.
Provides a clean power supply with increased accuracy and filters noise from upstream SMPS.
High efficiency operation with very low input-to-output voltage differential (dropout).
Low Iq allows for efficient consumption of power in operational and inactive application modes, thus extending battery life.
Wide Vin LDO’s allow from 10 V to 700 V on the input for applications with high power or high voltage regulation requirements.
Imaging system input and intermediate voltages play a critical role in total system efficiency, performance, and component selection. Proper selection of these voltages depend on multiple system variables, such as: total power consumption of the image sensor/ISP, regulator efficiency, and resistance of the coax cable and filter.
One of the most important challenges today in designing electronic applications is to minimize the power consumption of the system. To accomplish this, most systems utilize various low power modes which help to minimize the overall power consumption.
The fast growth of battery powered wireless IoT devices has created a major design challenge for designers in achieving the 10-year battery life objective. A common approach to extending battery life has been to take advantage of the dual mode operation