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USB power supply is designed for automotive environments October 5, 2015USB power supply is designed for automotive environments The E.522.43 from chipmaker Elmos AG is a USB 2.0 compatible power supply with comprehensive protection functions for deployment in vehicles. It detects automatically dedicated BC1.2 charging ports as well as the removal of the connected USB device, which makes the chip ideally suited for stand-alone applications without external microprocessor. Read more LIN chip handles multiple RGB LEDs for dynamic lighting applications June 30, 2015LIN chip handles multiple RGB LEDs for dynamic lighting applications The E521.31 from Elmos AG provides an easy and variable RGB LED system design with LIN bus interface. The component can drive six or more RGB LEDs in multiplex mode, making it the device of choice for light systems to display status information, such as the battery charge state on electric vehicles. Read more Triple half bridge driver chip addresses 48V vehicle systems May 6, 2015Triple half bridge driver chip addresses 48V vehicle systems Chip manufacturer Elmos AG has introduced the E523.52, an integrated driver IC for brushless DC (BLDC) motors. The device combines a 16-bit micro controller with specific motor control circuitry. Aiming at 48V split-voltage automotive onboard power systems in the first place, the E523.52 can also be used in industrial applications at voltages up to 72V. Read more Triple LED controller for rear lamps December 17, 2014Triple LED controller for rear lamps The IC family E522.80 / 81 / 82 83 from Elmos AG is an LED controller device, designed for applications like automotive rear lights. The devices offer three channels each, with a maximum current of 140 mA. The channels can be switched in parallel to achieve currents up to 420 mA. Read more Research project significantly improves electronics reliability October 29, 2014Research project significantly improves electronics reliability The RESCAR 2.0 research project helps to improve reliability and resilience of electronic systems in vehicles, in particular in electric ones. The project, led by chipmaker Infineon and concluded recently, also helps car manufacturers to align increasingly fast design cycles with rising complexity of the electronics landscape in vehicles. Read more
USB charger IC meets automotive qualifications
R&D project targets fully adaptive automotive lighting
Power supply IC protects automotive antenna amplifiers
Safety IC has pressure sensor inside
Elmos signs distribution agreement with MSC
FlexRay not dead, chip vendors claim
Star coupler links two FlexRay systems
RGB LED driver offers BSM addressing for LIN bus
DC/DC converter powers in-vehicle microcontrollers and dashboards
Current sensor achieves high accuracy by utilizing the AMR effect
Better driving range though energy management
Geiselhart replaces Hoellisch at Elmos
Efficient high-voltage LED controller for harsh environments
Triggering synergies in the automotive and consumer markets
PSI5 interface chip is first component worldwide to pass conformance test
Motor driver integrates LIN/PWM interface and controller supply
Elmos equips signal readout chip with SENT interface
Elmos chipset implements automotive start-stop function
Research project enhances robustness of electronic automotive components
Elmos FlexRay star coupler meets EPL V3.0 specs
CAN controller enables partial CAN bus activation
Step-down converter features high efficiency at low load
BLDC motor controller detects rotor position from zero to maximum rpm
Elmos rolls DC motor control ASSP
Chip implements gesture recognition for innovative HMIs

Technical papers
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