ST provides a large selection of Power Management and System Basis Chips (SBC) specifically conceived to fit into Electronic Control Units (ECU) for infotainment, body control and door zone modules applications.
Combining several power management building blocks, like linear and switching voltage regulators and high side switches, with an extensive set of diagnostic and protection features, including short circuit and overvoltage, together with I2C control bus and physical LIN and CAN transceivers, they are ideal companions to a microcontroller.
Manufactured with ST’s mixed signal power technologies, they meet and exceed quality and reliability requirements for vehicle on-board electronics.
Power Management IC with LIN and high speed CAN
Voltage regulator with very low stand-by current, reset, hold, backup, under/over voltage detection, overcurrent limitation
Monolithic dual 3.5 A step-down switching regulator with LDO
Switchable linear voltage regulators with reset and battery voltage warning
Power management system IC
Power management IC with LIN and high speed CAN
Multiple supply for engine control
Advanced power management system IC with embedded LIN and high speed CAN transceiver supporting CAN Partial Networking
Voltage regulator with ignition comparator, reset, overcurrent protection, 5V regulator (CAN) with independent enable
Voltage regulator with I2C bus, very low stand-by current and low spread output voltage
Voltage regulator with backup and reset, overvoltage protection and low voltage warning
Voltage regulator with ignition comparator, reset, overcurrent protection and 3.3V regulator with independent enable
Dual monolithic switching regulator with LDO and HSD
Multiple power management for automotive vision and radar systems
Voltage regulator with backup and reset, ignition comparator and low voltage warning
Power Management IC with LIN transceiver
Voltage regulator with dc-dc plus switchable linear regulators controlled by I2C bus
Advanced power management IC, with embedded LIN and HS CAN transceiver, supporting CAN Partial Networking