Tackling the challenge of achieving improved fuel efficiency, reducing CO2 emissions and increasing the reliability of vehicles means looking at every possible source of energy loss and rethinking the way the associated sub-system is built. This is why electric fluid pumps are replacing mechanical systems as they can help reduce losses from hydraulic friction.
Electric fuel pumps are most often implemented with brushless DC (BLDC) motors and ST has a complete range of three-phase gate drivers and Power MOSFETs to power them. SPC5 32-bit automotive-grade microcontrollers plus dedicated voltage regulators and power management ICs simplify the design of high-efficiency solutions.
Automotive Analog and Power
|L9001||SPS - Simple Power Supply - Multiple Voltage Regulator|
|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|
|VND5E004A-E||Double 4 mOhm high-side driver with analog current sense|
|SPC560P60L5||32-bit Power Architecture MCU for Automotive Chassis and Safety Applications|
|SPC564L70L5||32-bit Power Architecture MCU for Automotive Chassis and Safety 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)|
|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|