Power Management for ADAS
As cameras, sensors, microprocessors, and other components for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) become more prevalent in next-generation vehicles, the need to precisely manage system power supplies is becoming even more critical. Automotive-grade power management devices that balance power demands with power constraints, while addressing small solution size requirements, play an important role in ensuring that safety functions perform optimally.
Our automotive-qualified voltage regulators, power management ICs (PMICs) and power protectors address ADAS power requirements and comply with the CISPR 25 Class 5 EMI standard while meeting the needs for high efficiency and small footprint. A high level of integration combined with optimized design reduces overall solution size. Spread-spectrum oscillation mitigates the effects of electromagnetic interference (EMI). High-output voltage accuracy across temperature and voltage operating ranges ensures compatibility with tight SoC core voltage requirements. Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) compliance provides the assurance of functional safety.
Featured Product Table
|MAX20014||Dual 3A Buck and Single Boost Converter PMIC with Fault Monitoring||Buy||Buy|
|MAX20019||Dual 500mA Step-Down Converter for Camera Modules||Buy||Buy|
|MAX20040||2V to 36V, 2.2MHz, 0.6A/1.2A Buck-Boost Converter with Integrated H-Bridge Architecture||Buy||Buy|
|MAX20049||Dual 2.2MHz, 500mA Buck Converter with LDOs for Automotive Cameras||Buy||Buy|
|MAX20075||36V, 3.5µA IQ, 600mA Step-Down Converter||Buy||Buy|
|MAX20076||36V, 3.5µA IQ, 1.2A Step-Down Converter||Buy
|MAX20087||Dual/Quad-Channel Camera Power Protector||Buy||Buy|
Drive Higher Performance for Your Tiny Vehicle Camera Modules
2:36 March 29, 2019