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Combining a passion for technology with truly inspired engineering, Melexis designs, develops and delivers innovative micro-electronic solutions that enable designers to turn ideas into applications that support the best imaginable future. The company’s advanced mixed-signal semiconductor sensor and actuator components address the challenges of integrating sensing, driving and communication into next-generation products and systems that improve safety, raise efficiency, support sustainability and enhance comfort.

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Sensors
5th July 2022
Melexis releases free online Current Sensor Simulator

The Current Sensor Simulator from Melexis simplifies the design and implementation of current-sensing technology using the company’s proprietary IMC-Hall technology. This tool enables customers to make decisions about device and shield selection.

Products
30th June 2022
Beyond small, the world’s first pico-resolver

New Melexis 3D magnetic resolver IC is optimized for robust motor design: smallest footprint, programmable at module level, cost-effective and ASIL-ready.

Automotive
16th June 2022
Melexis redefines the market with 3D magnetic sensors

Melexis expands its portfolio of 3D magnetic position sensing solutions with the introduction of the MLX9042x series. These sensors are intended for cost-conscious automotive customers who need to measure absolute position accurately and safely in harsh and noisy environments over an extended temperature range.

Power
1st June 2022
Smart LIN motor pre-driver assists high power mechatronic miniaturisation

Melexis has introduced the MLX81346, a single chip LIN pre-driver for high power up to 2000W. The MLX81346 enables motor control miniaturisation and efficient silent drive with field-oriented control (FOC).

Power
28th October 2021
Melexis pump driver ICs pushes lifetime boundaries to next level

In order to address more challenging customer deployments, Melexis has expanded its MLX90412 product offering. The latest version of this 2.2A automotive-qualified pump/fan driver IC is optimised to deal with high ambient temperature levels and supports prolonged operational lifespans.

Lighting
28th September 2021
Enabling lighting differentiation

Melexis is helping automobile manufacturers gain a competitive edge, opening up opportunities to add animated lighting functionality to their vehicles. A combination of advanced multi-channel driver ICs and a license-free high-speed bus protocol provide the performance and scalability required.

Sensors
21st September 2021
Melexis and emotion3D offer driver monitoring system

Semiconductor giant Melexis and automotive software leader emotion3D have partnered to offer a driver monitoring system with high-precision 3D driver localisation, to dynamically align augmented reality (AR) objects with head-up display (HUD) content.

Optoelectronics
23rd July 2021
Intelligent OLED controller for automotive applications

Melexis has developed an intelligent OLED controller that integrates all of the active components needed to realise combined point (LED) and area (OLED) lighting applications inside and outside the vehicle. Each MLX81130 can drive 25 LEDs/OLEDs and it supports the Melexis Light Bus (MeLiBu) interface. It allows simpler static and animated lighting system development. It is especially suitable for Rear Combination Lamps (RCL) or small OLED display...

Design
5th July 2021
Melexis introduces free magnetic design simulator

Melexis has introduced a free, online tool for magnetic sensor evaluation and module design simulator. The online tool gives customers’ engineering teams the ability to design and simulate their own magnets based on Melexis’ Triaxis 2D/3D sensors. By using the simulation application, engineers can quickly design a custom magnetic sensor module to their own specification.

Sensors
24th June 2021
Automotive current sensors introduced with overcurrent detection

Melexis has revealed next-generation current sensors for automotive power-conversion applications. The advantages they deliver include increased resolution, optional 3.3V or 5V operation, and integrated over-current detection circuitry.

Sensors
10th June 2021
Position sensors launched for automotive applications

Melexis has expanded its portfolio of non-contact position sensors, with the addition of two new devices which complement the existing MLX90364/5/6/7 products. The MLX90421 and MLX90422 are based on the company’s proprietary Triaxis high-accuracy magnetic sensing technology. They have the same key features as the MLX90364/5/6/7 devices, but with some additional enhancements incorporated. 

Sensors
28th May 2021
Position sensor announced with new PCB-less packages

Melexis has introduced the MLX90377 single- and dual-die (fully redundant) Triaxis position sensor for automotive and industrial applications together with a new PCB-less package for position sensors.

Sensors
11th May 2021
Low-voltage 3D magnetometer for consumer applications

Melexis has announced that it is targeting white goods, consumer electronics, and smart-metering applications with the MLX90392 three-axis magnetometer field sensor, which can operate from a 1.8V power rail shared with other components such as logic devices.

Automotive
26th March 2021
LED driver extends lighting solutions for automotive applications

Melexis has introduced the MLX81117, its latest multichannel RGB LED driver. This new product supports the MeLiBu high-speed communication licence-free IP which enables intelligent animated automotive lighting concepts.

Sensors
5th March 2021
Exclusive license agreement to enhance Time-of-Flight offering

Melexis has entered into a license agreement with Chronoptics, a specialist in the design and integration of Time-of-Flight 3D cameras. The agreement gives Melexis exclusive use of Chronoptics’ multipath and linearity error correction technologies in automotive applications. This includes ADAS for autonomous vehicles, and interior monitoring and safety systems. The companies will also work together to further improve and deploy the technolo...

Sensors
28th January 2021
Current sensor IC eases assembly and boosts accuracy

Melexis has introduced the MLX91216 XHF extra high-field current sensor, extending the ease and accuracy of its unique IMC-Hall technology into high-current measurement for emerging automotive applications.

Sensors
7th December 2020
Isolated integrated current sensors for automotive applications

Melexis has announced its second-generation of isolated integrated current sensors MLX91220 (5V) and MLX91221 (3.3V). The Hall-effect based current sensors are qualified for use in a range of automotive and industrial applications, such as On-Board Chargers (OBC), DC/DC converters, power supplies, and small electric drives. With 300kHz bandwidth, they suit a variety of power conversion applications lower than 50A RMS.

Automotive
1st December 2020
Motor driver cuts material costs in automotive applications

Melexis has announced the third generation of its popular LIN motor driver for small motors targeting automotive mechatronic applications at up to 10W, including motor-controlled flaps and valves, and small fans and pumps.

Sensors
24th November 2020
Melexis announces combined sensor for smart tyres

Melexis has unveiled the MLX91805 smart tyre sensor to help OEMs prepare for the forthcoming extension of mandatory tyre-pressure monitoring to include commercial vehicles, and to enable future generations of smart tyres.

Sensors
5th November 2020
High accuracy current sensors optimised for e-mobility

Melexis has introduced the MLX91211 Hall-effect current-sensing IC. Two variants are offered, providing a choice of features and performance to satisfy cost-sensitive applications. These range from belt-driven starter generators to traction inverters for low speed electric vehicles and e-scooters, as well as industrial applications such as electrified forklift trucks and pallet trucks.

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