ST ASIPs for Automotive applications are qualified as per AEC-Q101 and are compliant with standards IEC 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605.
ST’s ASIP technology combines ESD protection at system level (IEC61000-4-2), customized EMI filters with overvoltage, overcurrent protections, and other IPs such as low-dropout regulators (LDO), multiplexers, level translators, etc. for optimized BOM costs compared to a discrete implementation. Designers appreciate this solution as it helps reduce system cost, size and complexity.
Key benefits of ST’s automotive ASIPs:
- Improved Failures In Time (FIT) rate for increased longevity
- Fewer discretes used for a lower cost BOM and simplified procurement process
- Less subject to temperature variations than discretes for enhanced robustness
- Integrated components feature better matching thanks to monolithic integration while higher precision, higher cost discretes are required to reach the same level of matching
- Qualified with a 175°C junction temperature (TJ) to maintain correct electrical performance at high automotive temperatures
They help to ensure a successful certification for:
- CISPR-25, international standard for radio disturbance characteristics
- 2004/104/EC European standard for radiated emission and immunity
- SAE J1113/41 for North America markets
In this video, we explain why it is important to protect against electrostatic discharges. We give a quick demonstration to show exactly what happens when you shoot at a microcontroller with an ESD gun!
During this one-hour webinar, you will learn how to make your electronic system more robust against destructive Electrostatic Discharges (ESD) by using ST ESD Protection components. During this webinar you will learn about: - ESD major root causes and EMC standards - ST ESD Protections, which can help to protect your application againts ESD - Many real application examples demonstrating where protections play an important role - How to select the best protection for your usecases