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TDK: The Integral Role of Power Inductors in the Electrification of Cars—Including ADAS and EVs

The automobile has been undergoing a substantial transformation in recent years. With the advent of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), the shift toward electric vehicles, and the growing sophistication of infotainment, cars have evolved to the point where they can be considered advanced electronic devices.

Rohm Semiconductors News

ROHM’s New Compact 300mA Automotive-Grade LDO Regulators for High Performance ADAS Sensors

ROHM developed automotive-grade LDO regulator ICs: the BUxxJA3DG-C series (BU12JA3DG-C, BU15JA3DG-C, BU18JA3DG-C, BU25JA3DG-C, BU30JA3DG-C, BU33JA3DG-C). The devices are designed for automotive applications such as sensors for ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) which have become smaller and more powerful.

Vector News

Vector Simplifies Analysis of Charging Communication with the CCS Listener

Compact and easy: With the “CCS Listener” VH5110A, Vector simplifies the analysis of CCS charging communication. Charging station manufacturers and operators as well as automobile manufacturers benefit from this hardware.

SMC

Four ways to make your vacuum system more efficient

With energy prices surging across Europe, efficiency has become a high priority for all manufacturing and process plants using vacuum handling systems. Fortunately, based on decades of experience and know-how, SMC can outline four simple ways that you can reduce the energy consumption of your vacuum system. Using less energy per lift/transfer will provide a direct contribution to your bottom-line profitability while simultaneously supporting industry’s drive to net-zero carbon emissions.

MURATA News

Keeping it cool while on track

This year, Murata is sponsoring the Formula Student Team from the Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, with a mixture of funding and electronic components. Since 2001, the FST Lisboa team has been designing, building and testing formula type cars to compete internationally in the Formula Student competitions. During this time, they developed nine prototypes, of which three were combustion and the remaining electric.


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