Easy control of battery powered motors
For battery powered applications – such as light electric vehicles like pedelecs and e-Bikes or a variety of cordless power tools – saving battery power is key. Infineon offers an excellent selection of devices for power management and -consumption, and voltage regulation – such as CoolMOS™ power MOSFETs, XMC™ microcontrollers, EiceDRIVER™ gate drivers and n-channel OptiMOS™ devices. All with the highest-possible energy efficiency and top precision.
Example battery powered application motor control and drives
Solution Finder – your guide to a successful design
Use our Solution Finder to quickly and easily find, compare and purchase the right semiconductors for your project. Simply select your application and the online tool visualizes suitable components in useful system diagrams, which you can customize to your needs.
You can already access 400 solutions for motor control and drive applications in our tool. Coming soon: solutions for lighting, power supplies and other applications.
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