Stabilize Automotive Power Systems with Silicon Solutions (.PDF Download)

The power system in an automobile is limited and tricky. It’s limited because its primary source is a single 12-V battery that’s regularly recharged. On top of that, the amount of electrical and electronic equipment being added to automobiles increases daily. The new loads include expanded infotainment systems, advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), and more sophisticated LED lighting. Other systems that reduce emissions are in the mix, too. But that’s not all. The new

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