The ELIV (Electronics In Vehicles) congress is THE event for all experts in the field of electrical and electronic car engineering and integration of mechanical and electronic systems. Decision-makers and specialists representing car manufacturers, component suppliers, service providers, and universities have been meeting for more than 30 years to announce innovations, share views, and set the course for key decisions for the future.
Come and visit Maxim at booth #54 to learn about high-performance, automotive-grade ICs for battery management, high-speed SerDes, and much more. You’ll learn how our automotive portfolio meets the increasingly stringent safety and intelligence demands of next-generation vehicles.
Also, at the booth you will be able to register for a raffle to win a Garmin vívoactive® 3 Music (Verizon) smartwatch.
Maxim’s robust battery management system (BMS) solutions offer increased safety when operating the Li+ battery packs used in electric, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid vehicles, while also reducing system cost. They are backed by deep system expertise and an extensive IP portfolio, and they enable ASIL D safety compliance. With their unique, proprietary daisy-chain architecture and fast SAR ADC, you get fast and accurate measurements.
See a demo at the show highlighting how our unique BMS architecture delivers highly accurate cell voltage measurement and excellent electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performance.
Fast, Accurate Battery Management System for Safer EVs Using the MAX17843
2:41 January 02, 2018
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From the low-power requirements of cameras to the highly variable and increasing bandwidth of sensor data aggregation, Maxim’s GMSL SerDes ICs address the needs of future systems. Advanced link integrity and diagnostic capabilities enable a breakthrough in link performance monitoring—a vital capability for the design of automotive safety systems.
See a demo of our next-generation GMSL SerDes solution, which enables 4K displays and 8MP+ cameras over 15m coaxial cables.
Why Every Car Needs These High-Speed Serial Links
1:33 October 16, 2017
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