ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON) said it has introduced an array of new AEC-Q100-compliant integrated circuits (ICs) optimized for implementation into next generation automobile designs.
The NBA3N200/1/6S multi-point low voltage differential signaling (MâLVDS) line driver/receiver family of devices operates off a 3.3 volt (V) power supply. The NBA3N200S and NBA3N201S both support signaling rates of up to 200 megabits per second (Mbps) and have a common-mode voltage range -1 V to 3.4 V. These devices have Type-1 receivers that detect the bus state with as little as 50 millivolt (mV) of differential input voltage over the common-mode voltage range.
These devices are targeted for use in automotive applications such as headlamp pixel lighting, specifically for data transmission between the LED front light control unit and the headlight.
The NCV8154 140 mV rated dual output linear voltage regulator has an input voltage range covering 1.9 V to 5.25 V and two independent input voltage pins. Highly optimized for powering the RF blocks within automotive infotainment systems, this device is capable of providing a very stable and highly accurate voltage, with ultra-low noise plus elevated power supply rejection ratio (PSRR).
This device is suited to use with automotive grade microcontroller units. The NCV8154 / NCV8715 / NCV8170 devices each feature thermal shutdown and current limit protection mechanisms that ensure reliable operation.
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