6 Ways to Get Started Powering your Automotive Design

May 2, 2016
Texas Instruments (TI) has a broad portfolio of automotive-qualified, innovative power management circuits that enable the future of automotive design. TI advances power design with wide-input DC/DC converters allowing direct connection to the car’s battery during start-stop; LED lighting solutions for advanced headlights and sharper in-car displays; ultra-low power voltage regulators that support inductive sensing for increased safety and lighter vehicles; application-specific PMICs for ADAS and infotainment solutions; advanced battery management to extend drive time and protect electric and conventional vehicles; and breakthrough technologies that help reduce electromagnetic interference.

Texas Instruments (TI) has a broad portfolio of automotive-qualified, innovative power management circuits that enable the future of automotive design. TI advances power design with wide-input DC/DC converters allowing direct connection to the car’s battery during start-stop; LED lighting solutions for advanced headlights and sharper in-car displays; ultra-low power voltage regulators that support inductive sensing for increased safety and lighter vehicles; application-specific PMICs for ADAS and infotainment solutions; advanced battery management to extend drive time and protect electric and conventional vehicles; and breakthrough technologies that help reduce electromagnetic interference. Read More.

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