Engineering is making the car of the future possible by enabling electric vehicles, self-driving, telematics, cellular V2X, ADAS, DSRC, and more via innovations in power, embedded design, communications, and other technology areas.
Eaton’s new line of HCM1AV2 power inductors feature high-current carrying capacity, high power density, low core losses, and magnetic shielding to reduce EMI effects on other devices in the automotive engine compartment.
These 400-kHz and 2.2-MHz dc-dc LED drivers target automotive applications, combining high efficiency and tiny size with AEC-Q100 and CISPR 25 EMI qualifications, as well as wide-ranging dimming options.
Vehicle electrification design requires managing several domains of physics and collaboration at different stages of the design cycle. How can this be achieved given today’s immense time and cost constraints? Here’s a proven approach using new...