NXP solutions enable hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) start/stop system designs—the first step in car electrification for urban driving. Instead of idling while burning fuel, the system shuts the engine off and restarts it instantly on demand. This requires power electronics that can handle high current during cranking and ensure reliability during engine cycles operating on/off at high temperatures.
NXP® offers 8- and 16-bit MCUs plus analog switches, system basis chips (SBC) and transceivers for the numerous engine stop and start cycles.
|Ultra-Reliable MPC56xB MCU for Automotive & Industrial General Purpose||Scalable MCU family with Power Architecture.|
|Ultra-Reliable S12XE High-Performance Automotive and Industrial Microcontrollers||16-Bit Automotive Microcontroller scalable to 1MB.|
|S12XS Automotive and Industrial Microcontrollers (MCUs)||16-Bit Automotive Microcontroller.|
|S12P Automotive and Industrial Microcontrollers (MCUs)||Low cost 16-Bit Automotive Microcontroller.|
|Ultra-Reliable S12G General Purpose Automotive and Industrial Microcontrollers||Suited for applications requiring CAN or LIN/SAE J2602.|
|8-bit Small Package SG MCUs||Watchdog MCU with LIN slave, high temperature.|
|System Basis Chip (SBC)|
|LIN 2.1/SAE J2602 transceiver||LIN 2.1/SAE J2602 compliant interface for in-vehicle sub-networks using baud rates from 1 kBd up to 20 kBd.|
|High-speed CAN transceiver with Standby mode||High Speed CAN I/F.|
|Battery Sensor with LIN for 12V Lead-acid Batteries||Intelligent Integrated Precision Battery Sensor.|
|3 Phase Field Effect Transistor Pre-driver||Three Phase pre-driver.|
SafeAssure Functional Safety Program Solutions targeted to help meet IEC 61508 and ISO 26262 functional safety compliance