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Vishay thyristors and diodes meet AEC-Q101

Vishay thyristors and diodes meet AEC-Q101

Vishay Intertechnology has introduced 37 high-voltage thyristors and diodes for automotive applications. Qualified to AEC-Q101, the devices have repetitive voltages from 600 to 1600V and wide current ranges in three package options.

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Littelfuse Nano2 885 fuse

Littelfuse surface-mount fuses protect electric vehicles

Littelfuse has introduced a series of surface-mount fuses with interrupting current ratings up to 1.5kA that are optimised for use in high-voltage automotive applications up to 350V AC or 450-500V DC.

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TDK soft-termination multilayer ceramic capacitors

TDK soft-termination MLCCs have low ESR

TDK has developed what it claims is the industry’s first soft-termination multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) with low ESR. The CN devices have terminal electrodes with a conductive resin layer that provides high mechanical robustness to protect against board flexure.

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Cameras recognise a specific splash and spray pattern of the tyres that can be aquaplaning in its early phase

Continental uses cameras and sensors to warn of aquaplaning

Continental is developing ways to warn drivers about an imminent risk of aquaplaning. The aquaplaning assistance concepts use surround view camera images and signals from tyre-mounted sensors.

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Farzad Henareh

Connected cars and premium recalls on the rise

Farzad Henareh, VP of commercial and business development at Stericycle Expert Solutions, explains how the car industry is coping with non-automotive players entering from the digital arena.

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Uber tragedy must not end autonomous vision

Steve Rogerson comments on the death of a pedestrian in the USA after being hit by a Uber car in autonomous mode

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Matrix changing in a car park

Could matrix charging be way forward for electric vehicles?

Austrian start-up Easelink has developed a technology with which electric vehicles can be automatically charged via pads fastened to the ground, anywhere from underground garages to drive-ins.

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Allegro Microsystems APS12625 and APS12626 sensor ICs

Allegro 2D latch ICs have vertical and planar Hall elements

Allegro Microsystems has released a family of two-dimensional (2D) Hall-Effect latch ICs that have vertical and planar Hall elements.

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Texas Instruments DC-DC buck regulators

Texas Instruments DC-DC buck regulators simplify EMI compliance

Texas Instruments has introduced two families of wide-Vin synchronous DC-DC buck regulators that simplify the process of achieving EMI compliance and reliability for rugged industrial and automotive applications.

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