An electronic component known as an EV power management IC (Integrated Circuit) manages and regulates the power flow in an electric car. (EV).
It is an essential component of the power electronics system of the electric vehicle (EV) that aids in effectively distributing power from the battery to the various electrical parts of the car, including the engine, lighting, and air conditioning.
The control of force The task of tracking and controlling the voltage and current levels falls to the integrated circuit (IC) in order to make sure that the components receive the proper amount of power without overloading the system.
Additionally, it aids in preventing overheating and guarantees that the battery is charged effectively, which is crucial for extending the battery’s life and improving the overall performance of the car.
Overvoltage protection, overcurrent protection, under-voltage lockout, and thermal protection are some of the characteristics that are frequently found in EV power management ICs. These characteristics contribute to the security and dependability of the EV’s electricity system.
Overall, the EV power management IC is an important part that ensures the effective and secure operation of an electric car.
Global EV power management IC market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Two new 1,700-volt-rated, AEC-Q100-qualified ICs have been introduced by Power Integrations as part of the InnoSwitch 3-AQ product line.
These ICs are made for industrial purposes like renewable energy, battery storage, motor drives, and metering. They are also made for 600- and 800-V EVs and fuel cell cars, electric buses, electric trucks, and EVs.
The brand-new ICs are “the first automotive-qualified switching power supply ICs in the market to incorporate a silicon carbide (SiC) primary switching MOSFET.
Using a small amount of board space and without endangering the delicate electronic control circuits, the InnoSwitch devices enable the electronics to securely consume energy from the main bus.
Renesas provides a selection of automotive-grade (AEC-Q100) Li-ion battery management solutions (BMS) that are especially created to satisfy the demanding performance, safety, and reliability specifications of next-generation electric car applications.
The ISL78714, ISL78600, and ISL78610 Li-ion battery management and safety monitoring ICs, which are part of the cell balancing and safety portfolio, can significantly lower the overall battery management costs of Hybrid Electric, Plug-in Hybrid Electric, and Electric Vehicle (HEV/PHEV/EV) battery packs and their related systems.
In order to help keep grid reliability, resiliency, and efficiency, Itron has introduced EV Charging Optimizer, a software solution that gives utilities and EV charging operators access to complete EV charging, energy management, and turnkey solutions.
EV Charging Optimizer allows utility and customer freedom, minimises complexity, and is hardware-, network-, and vehicle-independent. Capacity limitations from concentrated EV charging depots are unavoidable because worldwide EV adoption is predicted to grow by 25% annually.
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