The growing demand for engines with reduced fuel costs or tax and mobility incentive schemes implemented in many countries has pushed car manufacturers to develop systems running on alternative fuels. Gasoline internal combustion engines running on liquid petroleum gas (LPG) are based on proven technologies and typically have lower emissions and lower fuel costs than gasoline and diesel vehicles.
LPG is often used in bi-fuel vehicles, where it can be used alternatively with gasoline or diesel.
We have a wide and comprehensive offer including SPC5 32-bit microcontrollers and specifically designed system basis chips (SBC) that combine voltage regulators for the various DC rails, bus interface ICs for the most common standards including CAN, ISO 9141 K-line, variable reluctance sensors (VRS) and high- and low-side drivers.
Automotive Analog and Power
|L9616||High Speed Can Bus Transceiver|
|L9733||Octal configurable low/high side driver|
|L9779WD-SPI||Multifunction IC with SPI interface for engine management system|
|L9780||Wide range air fuel sensor control interface|
|L9781||Automotive multiple valve pre-driver for diesel and gasoline direct injection|
|L9945||Automotive fully configurable 8-channel High/Low side MOSFET|
|L9966||FlexInput IC for automotive applications|
|L99PM62GXP||Power Management IC with LIN and high speed CAN|
|A6387||High-voltage high and low side driver for automotive applications|
|ESDCAN01-2BLY||Automotive dual-line TVS in SOT23-3L for CAN bus (12 V system)|
|ESDCAN03-2BWY||Automotive dual-line TVS in SOT323-3L for CAN bus (12 V system)|
|ESDLIN1524BJ||Transil™, transient voltage surge suppressor diode for ESD protection|
|SM15TY||Automotive 1500 W TVS in SMC|
|SM30TY||Automotive 3000 W TVS in SMC|
|SM4TY||Automotive 400 W TVS in SMA|
|SMA6TY||Automotive 600 W TVS in SMA|