Adapters and chargers
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Charging options that meet your requirements
Design lithium-ion battery chargers with Infineon's leading portfolio of high-voltage (CoolMOS™) and low-and medium-voltage (OptiMOS™) switches as well as power controllers. Our solutions enable different topologies and power classes up to 300W.
Our offering for battery chargers enables the highly efficient charging operation of Li-Ion batteries used in applications such as power and gardening tools, small home appliances, e-bikes, or e-scooters at a competitive cost.
The portfolio ranges from dedicated battery charging ICs, a competitive and granular MOSFET portfolio, to power controllers designed to meet customers’ requirements and needs for battery chargers.
For the shortest time to market, Infineon offers ready-to-use lithium-ion battery charger reference designs, including digital design software.
Infineon provides a comprehensive portfolio of semiconductors and reference designs for USB-PD charging, ranging from silicon and GaN switches to Power and USB-C controllers. Applications for USB-PD include smartphone and tablet chargers, laptop adapters as well as other chargers or adapters for portable electronic devices.
Infineon focuses on two major standards, inductive and resonant, and offers abundant components and safe turnkey solutions in consumer, industrial and automotive, covering from a few watts to kilowatts. You can quickly explore key features of the standards and highlighted components from Infineon.
Choose from a broad offering of semiconductors enabling safe and efficient wireless charging using inductive or resonant charging technologies. Our solutions support applications ranging from a few watts to multiple kilowatts.
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- Receive an overview of the wired and wireless solutions Infineon offers
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This training provides an insight about the system benefits of wide-bandgap devices, which will conquer market share in areas where power density, efficiency and/or battery range are decisive. The training focuses on two applications, mobile chargers and on-board chargers, and will talk about the challenges faced by the solutions today and how SiC and GaN provide next levels of performance.