The number of powered control modules, sensors, actuators, and motors distributed throughout today’s automobiles has increased markedly within the last decade. This has increased the need for more diverse power management and voltage regulation circuits. We offer many types of PMIC, DC-DC converter, and voltage regulator devices for automotive power management and lighting applications.
Automotive lighting, both external and internal, is turning to LED technology for dependable and long lasting illumination. We offer a wide range of LED drivers to reliably regulate the power to LEDs in automotive lighting applications.
As increasing numbers of control modules, sensors, and actuators are distributed throughout the vehicle, voltage regulators and DC-DC converters are needed to manage the power at the point of load in each device.
High Voltage (Direct Battery Connect) Step-Down Switching Regulators
Low Voltage Step-Down Switching Regulators
Step-Up Switching Regulators for Automotive
Linear Voltage Regulators for Automotive
LED driver ICs for automotive applications offer features such as wide dimming ranges, fault tolerance, and EMI reduction circuitry to save space and cost.
Exterior automotive lighting applications include headlights, taillights, rear combination lights (RCL), and daytime running lights (DRL). Interior lighting applications include general purpose interior lighting, dashboard lighting, and display backlighting.
We supply industry-leading AEC-Q100 qualified switching regulators (SEPIC, boost, buck/boost) specifically for automotive lighting.
Single-Channel HB LED Drivers for Automotive Front-Light Applications such as High Beam, Low Beam, and Daytime Running Lights
Eliminates the Trade-Off Between Fast Response Time and Low EMI for Exterior Lighting and Safety Applications
Multi-String Driver Provides High Efficiency and Complete Fault Protection While Minimizing External Components
|Application Note||5659||Step-by-Step Design Process for the MAX16833 High-Voltage High-Brightness LED Driver, Part 2|
|Application Note||5571||Step-by-Step Design Process for the MAX16833 High-Voltage High-Brightness LED Driver, Part 1|
|Application Note||5438||Intermediate Rail 2MHz Switching Power Supply Withstands Entire Automotive Input Voltage Range|
|Application Note||4608||Layout Guidelines with Example Layout for the MAX16922 PMIC|
|Application Note||4393||Selecting HB LED Drivers for Automotive Lighting Applications|
|Application Note||4316||LED-Driver Design for Automotive Rear Lighting|
|White Paper||Meeting Infotainment Power Demands|