Adaptive Front LED lights

Front LED lighting is the most power-hungry lighting application and often has a high degree of complexity. A multi-channel boost/buck topology is often preferred as this provides flexibility for the LED drive. The output LEDs can be dimmed by using a combination of low-power bipolar transistors with a shift register.

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Design considerations

  • Digital controlled adaptive non-glare
  • Individually dimmable LED Control
  • Accurate LED current control
  • Compact design
  • High efficiency driver design
  • Low EMI solution using small scale highly integrated package technology

Automotive relay replacement - Reliability meets space savings

A relay is often perceived as the ideal device with perfect input/output isolation. Unfortunately, this is not the case. MOSFETs are rapidly becoming the option of choice offer reliability and space savings. 

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Driving efficiency takes pole position

Today’s cars are undergoing the greatest transformation the industry has seen. Continued electrification is resulting in significant change from the engine right through to the cloud. Consistently delivering the right functionality, with the right performance, in the right package is how Nexperia is helping ‘driving efficiency’ win.

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