Changing LED into Gold: SEPIC Converters Tame Automotive Battery Fluctuations (.PDF Download)

Use of electronic displays continues to expand in automotive applications (Fig. 1). Behind the wheel, they’re replacing individual electromechanical instruments as well as complete instrument clusters. In infotainment, applications include radios, navigation displays, and headrest displays for rear passengers.

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