Devices with industry benchmark performance meet aec-q101 standard, and can protect infotainment, multimedia and ADAS systems.
Naimeiheng, September 15, 2020: Nexperia, a high-capacity production expert in the field of semiconductor basic components, introduces four new troos ESD protection devices, which have passed the aec-q101 certification and are suitable for vehicle level applications, and can withstand high temperatures up to 175 ° C. At the same time, like all troos devices, these new vehicle devices have very low capacitance, which can ensure high signal integrity, low clamping voltage and high robustness, and are suitable for new vehicle interfaces. Specific vehicle applications include infotainment, multimedia and ADAS systems with USB 3.2, HDMI, LVDS, SerDes and SD card interfaces.
Nexperia’s troos ESD protection technology uses active silicon controlled rectifier to overcome the traditional protection problems. The capacitance is as low as 0.5 PF, the clamping voltage is only 3 V, and the device can withstand up to 10 a 8 / 20 μ s surge and ESD pulse. This performance is among the most advanced in the industry and is available in a widely proven SOT23 package.
Lukas droemer, product manager of Nexperia, commented: “our treos technology has set an industry benchmark for ESD protection of mobile devices and computing since its launch in 2015. With the increasing demand for automotive interconnection, Nexperia will continue to provide troos ESD protection product portfolio in line with automotive industry standards. With these new devices, automotive design engineers will be able to give the new system treos ESD protection efficiency and improve system level robustness. “
Four pesd2usbx-t series troos ESD protection devices, which are in line with aec-q101 standard, have been put into mass production.