A history of automotive technology
Modern vehicles feature a plethora of systems and gadgets, with more added each model year, especially systems for driver and passenger safety – which are generally referred to as ADAS. Dan Clement, Senior Principal Solutions Marketing Engineer at onsemi discusses the history of automotive technology and various examples of ADAS breakthroughs.
ECS640 ecoSpin brushless DC motor controller
By combining control and driver functions in a highly-integrated System-in-Package (SiP) solution, the ECS640A brushless DC motor controller greatly simplifies the development of high-voltage motor control systems including those deployed in HVAC, refrigeration and robotics. The unprecedented flexibility and integration in a single IC package truly redefines BLDC (brushless DC) motor control performance in an extremely small form-factor.
Webinar Series: Designing Silicon Carbide (SiC) based DC Fast Charging System
The DC fast (DCFC) charging market is thriving. If you are an application, product, or design engineer working in the power electronics field, you might be involved in the design of novel DC fast charging systems. Fundamental questions might arise here, especially if it is the first time you are facing such a challenge. How and where should you begin, what are critical design considerations, and how should you address them. Our system expert wi...
Designing Silicon Carbide (SiC) based DC fast charging system
The DC fast (DCFC) charging market is thriving. If you are an application, product, or design engineer, you might be involved in the design of novel DC fast charging systems.
History of ADAS: from mechanical systems to the software-defined car
This article, the second in the history of ADAS series, continues the discussion of various ADAS and their histories. The first article talked about cruise control, ABS, traction control, and stability control. This article continues the series with a focus on collision-avoidance systems, automatic emergency braking, and blind-spot warning technology. Dan Clement, Senior Principal Applications Marketing Engineer, Solutions Engineering, onsemi, co...
Technology and innovation showcase
onsemi’s presence at Embedded World will showcase its technology and innovation across a diverse range of applications in multiple market sectors including automotive and industrial.
Free Whitepaper from onsemi Fast DC EV Charging: Common Topologies and Power Devices Used in the System
The role of DC Fast charging (DCFC) is clear in removing barriers to EV adoption. The need for shorter charging times has resulted in higher power EV fast charging approaches 400 kW entering the market. In this paper, we will discuss an overview of typical power converter topologies and power devices for the AC−DC and the DC−DC used in fast DC EV charging.
RSL15 Practical Power Configurations for Edge Node Devices
This webinar, discusses the RSL15 and practical power configurations for edge node devices. Presented by Mike Picheca, Applications Engineering Manager and Brandon Shannon, Applications Engineer. RSL15 is an ultra−low power secure Arm Cortex−M33 processor−based Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2 wireless MCU designed for connected smart devices in industrial and medical applications.
Wi-Fi and 5G: dancing in tandem to the high-speed tune
5G and Wi-Fi are commonly used in everyday life for high-speed data access, but many people are unsure of what they mean and how they relate to each other. In this article Anubhava Jain, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Wireless, Connectivity and Signal Processing Division, onsemi, provides an overview of each technology, reviews their differences and similarities, discusses when and where they should be used and presents some future ...
Security has to be core for Bluetooth LE microcontrollers
Industrial applications have enthusiastically adopted wireless connectivity. Discerning manufacturers are not only asking for RF connectivity but security at every level is not always provided as standard. Ben Widsten, product manager, onsemi, explains
onsemi launches SUPERFET V Family of MOSFETs for telecom applications
onsemi has announced its 600V SUPERFET V family of MOSFETs. The high-performance devices enable power supplies to meet demanding efficiency regulations such as 80 PLUS Titanium, especially at the highly challenging 10% load condition.
BLE microcontroller sets "record" for power efficiency
onsemi, a provider of intelligent power and sensing technologies, claims that its secure RSL15 wireless microcontroller (MCU) provides the industry’s lowest power consumption.
Secure Bluetooth Low Energy microcontroller from Onsemi
onsemi has announced its claims that its new, secure RSL15 wireless microcontroller provides the industry’s lowest power consumption. Enabled with Bluetooth Low Energy wireless connectivity, the RSL15 addresses the growing demand of connected industrial applications for security without sacrificing power consumption.
onsemi named innovation awards honoree at CES 2022
onsemi has announced that it has been named a CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree for its AR0820AT 8.3 megapixel (MP) CMOS digital image sensor. The CES Innovation Awards program, owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), is an annual competition celebrating outstanding design and engineering in 27 consumer technology product categories.
Onsemi shows off their sensing technology at Vision
Onsemi a intelligent power and sensing technologies, has confirmed their attendance at VISION at the Landesmesse in Stuttgart, Germany – a trade fair for machine vision. Visitors to the Onsemi booth will be able to see demonstrations of their intelligent sensing technologies and discuss imaging applications with its technical staff.
onsemi will showcase its machine vision solutions at VISION
onsemi has confirmed its attendance at VISION at the Landesmesse in Stuttgart, Germany, a trade fair for machine vision. Visitors to the onsemi booth will be able to see demonstrations of their latest intelligent sensing technologies and discuss imaging applications with its technical staff.
Asset tag based on Bluetooth 5 radio SoC extends battery life
For tracking goods and assets, a tag based on the RSL10 Bluetooth 5 SoC can extend battery life to a period of five years, says onsemi.
onsemi supports Ramaxel in development of next-gen server
Server and cloud service provider, Ramaxel, is integrating multi-phase controllers, smart power stages and point of load (PoL) regulators for its Intel-based VR13.HC servers.