Semiconductor solutions accelerating electrification designs
Helping you to boost the development of e-scooters, e-bikes, uninterrupted power supplies (UPS), and energy storage systems, we provide you with the right products, design resources and too to speed up the development process.
A modular, functional block approach in hardware and software can be adopted for 24 to 48V applications. These can range from e-scooters and e-bikes or electric motorbikes to lawnmowers, electric carts, robot cleaners, or forklifts. In the automotive segment, our technology is applied in the electric drive train of electric cars, as well as, e-buses and e-trucks.
The common feature of all-electric vehicles is that they are fully or partly driven electrically, have a means of storing energy onboard, and obtain their energy mainly from the power grid. Electric vehicles are quiet, efficient, and low-emission and have mainly been used to date in cities, where they’re ideal for delivery services, taxis, and car-sharing.
Hybrid vehicles combine two powertrain technologies. They can usually cover shorter distances with their electric drive, but their combustion engine means they can also manage long journeys without any problem. Hybrid cars that not only use the electricity recovered when they taxi or brake but can also be recharged from the socket, are termed plug-in hybrids. Hybrids are regarded as a bridging technology until a time when cars can be fully powered by electricity.