Intersil has invested in key technologies to address the current mega trends within the automotive market such as environment, safety, information and affordability. This effort has resulted in leadership positions in high performance power conversions, state-of-the-art precision analog, cell balancing and battery charging ICs, power-efficient class D audio amplifiers, and highly flexible TFT display controllers.
Intersil offers both standard and AEC-Q100 qualified products for automotive applications.
Four ways Intersil makes cars smarter
- SAFETY: See behind your car within 500 milliseconds with TW88xx Display Processors.
- EFFICIENCY: Improve power efficiency by 5% with highly efficient Synchronous Regulators.
- CONNECTIVITY: Get end-to-end, bi-directional communication with enhanced SerDes video links.
- AFFORDABILITY: Eliminate costly CAN transceivers with proprietary cell-balancing diagnostic communications system.
Li-ion Battery Pack Monitor for HEV/EV Battery Systems
The ISL78610 12-cell Li-ion battery pack monitor provides cell balancing and accurate voltage and temperature monitoring to safeguard Li-ion battery packs in hybrid and electric vehicles.
Laser Diode Driver for Automotive Head-Up Displays
The highly integrated ISL78365 laser diode driver pulses four high intensity lasers up to 750mA for high resolution, high color-depth and high frame-rate projections onto a windshield.
AEC-Q100 DC/DC Converters Allow Migration from 3A to 5A Without PCB Change
The highly efficient ISL7823x buck regulators deliver up to 5A of continuous output current to infotainment head units and advanced driver assistance systems.
55V Sync Boost Controllers Simplify Automotive Power System Design
The ISL78229 and ISL78227 2-phase synchronous boost controllers are designed for harsh automotive environments and deliver high power in a small solution size with integrated MOSFET drivers.
Reference Designs & Evaluation Platforms
boosting-power-in-automotive-applications.pdf (315 KB)
inter-module-communications-in-ev-battery-systems.pdf (297 KB)