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Onsemi Announces Next Generation 1200 V EliteSiC M3S Devices for Electric Vehicles and Energy Infrastructure Applications - NewsMay 09, 2023
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – onsemi released the latest generation of automotive-qualified 1200 V EliteSiC silicon carbide (SiC) M3S devices designed for high-power OBCs up to 22 kW and high voltage to low voltage DC-DC converters.
Single Pair Ethernet Steps Onto the Factory Floor - BlogApril 07, 2023
Increasing data rates are usually the primary focus when new data communication protocols are developed. However, many of the countless sensors and actuators operating in industrial and building automation applications need more than fast data rates to work correctly. These edge devices are currently interconnected using a myriad of legacy multidrop protocols, which increase the complexity and cost for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in supporting them.
Best in Show Nominee: onsemi's AR0822 - ProductMarch 10, 2023
onsemi’s AR0822 is an innovative image sensor that produces extraordinarily high-quality 4K video at 60 frames-per-second. It’s designed specifically to offer high performance in applications with challenging lighting conditions such as consumer/commercial security cameras, robotics, and industrial machine vision.
Embedded Executive: Simon Keeton, EVP/GM, Power Solutions Group, onsemi - PodcastFebruary 15, 2023
Silicon Carbide (SiC) is a hot technology. The topic/technology seems to be coming up more and more.
onsemi Showcasing its 1700 V EliteSiC Family at CES 2023 - NewsJanuary 06, 2023
CES 2023. onsemi is highlighting its 1700 V EliteSiC silicon carbide (SiC) family at CES 2023. The series consists of the 1700 V EliteSiC MOSFET and two 1700 V avalanche-rated EliteSiC Schottky diodes. EliteSiC devices deliver dependable performance for industrial drive and energy infrastructure applications needing a Vgs range of -15 V/25 V for fast switching and control of gate voltages growing to -10V.
What You Missed at electronica 2022 - BlogDecember 06, 2022
Another trade show is in the books, and I’m pleased to report things are about as back to normal as they are likely to get. The show I’m referring to is electronica, which is held bi-annually in Munich, Germany. As such, it’s been four years since we’ve convened at what it is generally considered the world’s largest event for the embedded and electronics industries.
Challenges of Advancing Automotive Imaging - BlogNovember 28, 2022
This technical article will examine how image sensors evolve to meet the challenge of autonomous driving with the latest technology to deliver industry-required performance at the price point they need.