Diodes Incorporated has unveiled the D28V0H1U2P5Q at Embedded World 2017. The unidirectional 1800W automotive-compliant transient voltage suppressor (TVS) is designed to protect sensitive electronic circuits from transients generated by inductive switching.
The device targets a broad range of automotive applications, including pumps, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning), infotainment, navigation, and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
Features of D28V0H1U2P5Q:
• Packaged in thermally efficient PowerDI5
• Reverse stand-off voltage of 28V
• Low reverse leakage
• Dissipates up to 1800W of power per 10/1000µs transient
• Peak pulse currents up to 40A
The D28V0H1U2P5Q is tested to guarantee compliance with the automotive load dump standard ISO7637-2 (pulses 1, 2a, 2b, 3) and the transient surge requirements of IEC 61000-4-5. The device is also compliant with the EMC requirements of IEC 61000-4-4 and the electro static discharge requirements (ESD) of IEC 61000-4-2.
The D28V0H1U2P5Q occupies a PCB area that is 40% smaller than that of a comparable TVS packaged in the industry-standard SMC package. It has also a profile above the board that is 50% lower than that of SMC-packaged solutions.
Diodes Incorporated unveils packet switches for Automotive applications
Diodes Incorporated has launched the PI7C9X2G304SLQ and PI7C9X2G404SLQ at Embedded World 2017. The new packet switches are automotive-qualified to AEC-Q100 grade 3.
These PCI Express (PCIe) 3-Port/4-Lane and 4-Port/4-Lane packet switches are specifically designed to meet automotive industry requirements, targeting applications in infotainment, telematics and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
• Advanced power management
• Hot-plug connectivity
• An integrated 100MHz clock buffer
• Full automotive temperature range of -40°C to +85°C
• Meets PCISIG PCIe rev. 2.1 to assure good interoperability
• MTBF rate of over 50 million hours
• Power dissipation: 650mW in normal L0 mode; 200mW in L1 mode
• Low latency: 150ns typically for a packet running through the switch without blocking.
Diodes has also introduced 9-port/12-lane and 16-port/16-lane versions of its PCIe packet switches, the PI7C9X2G912GP and PI7C9X2G1616PR. They meet the non-automotive requirements for greater fan-out, port-extension flexibility, and support multiple-host functionality for failover operation. They support multiple x2 downstream ports, making them suitable for a broad range of embedded system, networking, telecom and storage applications, such as backplanes, industrial process controllers, switches, routers, gateways, base stations, RAID controllers, solid state drives, and NAS equipment.
• Automotive-grade PI7C9X2G304SLQ and PI7C9X2G404SLQ packet switches are offered in a 128-pin LQFP package
• The 9-port/12-lane PI7C9X2G912GP packet switch is packaged in a 196-pin PBGA
• The 16-port/16-lane PI7C9X2G1616PR comes in a 324-pin HSBGA package.