Designed to reduce the amount of pedal pressure needed for braking, electric brake boosters, which use a sensor in the brake pedal to read a driver's actions, are progressively replacing mechanical vacuum brake booster systems.
Increasingly used by carmakers to enhance driver comfort and passenger safety, these electric brake boosters use a dedicated electronic system to process the signals from the brake pedal and operate the master cylinder by means of a brushless DC (BLDC) motor.
To simplify the design of these solutions, ST has a full range of three-phase gate drivers and Power MOSFETs for driving BLDC motors, including for 48 V domains. We can provide SPC5 32-bit automotive microcontrollers, dedicated power management ICs, and CAN transceivers as well as a wide range of flexible and innovative application-specific standard products (ASSP), covering any possible system partitioning.
Automotive Analog and Power
|L9616||High Speed Can Bus Transceiver|
|L9907||3 phase gate driver for 6step or FOC controlled Brushless Motors compatible with 48V NET|
|VN5R003H-E||3 mOhm reverse battery protection switch|
|VN7003AH||High-side driver with Current Sense analog feedback for automotive applications|
|SPC574K72E5||32-bit Power Architecture MCU 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)|
|ESDCAN05-2BWY||Automotive dual-line TVS in SOT323-3L for CAN bus (24 V system)|
|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|