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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.

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Technical Documentation

    • Description Version Size Action
      AN4434
      CMOS F8H automotive EEPROM cycling endurance and data retention
      4.0
      367.97 KB
      PDF
      AN604
      Calculation of conduction losses in a power rectifier
      3.2
      137.74 KB
      PDF
      AN4021
      Calculation of reverse losses in a power diode
      1.0
      120.47 KB
      PDF
      AN4381
      Current sharing in parallel diodes
      1.0
      449.12 KB
      PDF
      AN2440
      Embedded ECC in F8H process automotive EEPROM: device architecture and related application guidelines
      5.0
      356.4 KB
      PDF
      AN1453
      NEW FAMILY OF 150V POWER SCHOTTKY
      1.1
      131.48 KB
      PDF
      AN5046
      Printed circuit board assembly recommendations for STMicroelectronics PowerFLAT packages
      4.0
      4.82 MB
      PDF
      AN5088
      Rectifiers thermal management, handling and mounting recommendations
      2.0
      2.32 MB
      PDF
      AN533
      SCRs, TRIACs, and AC switches, thermal management precautions for handling and mounting
      3.6
      217.19 KB
      PDF
      AN443
      SERIES OPERATION ON FAST RECTIFIERS
      2.1
      202.48 KB
      PDF
      AN869
      Tj max limit of Schottky diodes
      2.2
      60.9 KB
      PDF
      AN1471
      What happens to the M24xxx I²C EEPROM if the I²C bus communication is stopped?
      4.4
      72.36 KB
      PDF
      AN4434

      CMOS F8H automotive EEPROM cycling endurance and data retention

      AN604

      Calculation of conduction losses in a power rectifier

      AN4021

      Calculation of reverse losses in a power diode

      AN4381

      Current sharing in parallel diodes

      AN2440

      Embedded ECC in F8H process automotive EEPROM: device architecture and related application guidelines

      AN1453

      NEW FAMILY OF 150V POWER SCHOTTKY

      AN5046

      Printed circuit board assembly recommendations for STMicroelectronics PowerFLAT packages

      AN5088

      Rectifiers thermal management, handling and mounting recommendations

      AN533

      SCRs, TRIACs, and AC switches, thermal management precautions for handling and mounting

      AN443

      SERIES OPERATION ON FAST RECTIFIERS

      AN869

      Tj max limit of Schottky diodes

      AN1471

      What happens to the M24xxx I²C EEPROM if the I²C bus communication is stopped?

Presentations & Training Material

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      EEPROM Advanced Automotive products 1.0
      671.53 KB
      PDF

      EEPROM Advanced Automotive products

Publications and Collaterals

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      EEPROM Advanced Automotive selection guide 1.0
      709.5 KB
      PDF

      EEPROM Advanced Automotive selection guide

Development Tools

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      Diode product finder application for Android and iOS

eDesignSuite

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Diodes (Power Schottky & FERD) Smart Selector

TVS Smart Selector

Automotive Analog and Power

Part number Description
L9616 High Speed Can Bus Transceiver
L9663 PSI5 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
Part number
High Speed Can Bus Transceiver
PSI5 transceiver
3 phase gate driver for 6step or FOC controlled Brushless Motors compatible with 48V NET
3 mOhm reverse battery protection switch
High-side driver with Current Sense analog feedback for automotive applications

Automotive Microcontrollers

Part number Description
SPC574K72E5 32-bit Power Architecture MCU for Automotive Applications
Part number
32-bit Power Architecture MCU for Automotive Applications

Protection Devices

Part number Description
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
Part number
Automotive dual-line TVS in SOT23-3L for CAN bus (12 V system)
Automotive dual-line TVS in SOT323-3L for CAN bus (12 V system)
Automotive dual-line TVS in SOT323-3L for CAN bus (24 V system)
Automotive 1500 W TVS in SMC
Automotive 3000 W TVS in SMC
Automotive 400 W TVS in SMA
Automotive 600 W TVS in SMA