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Industrial and Power

Industrial and Power

With the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0, the industrial environment is changing constantly towards energy efficiency, power miniaturization and system reliability.

Keeping industry running

Companies and hardware engineers need to adapt and develop their designs, products and processes accordingly. Manufacturing automation requires machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, while human-machine-interfaces (HMIs) become portable. The result is power supplies and motor controls are required to become progressively smaller and more efficient.

At Nexperia we support all these trends. But it takes more to address the needs of Industrial and Power customers. It requires proven quality and stable high-volume supply alongside lifetime reliability and product longevity. By producing over 100 billion products annually across a broad portfolio of products and packages, Nexperia keeps the industry running.

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Logic Handbook

Logic Handbook

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ESD Application Handbook

ESD Application Handbook

Protection concepts, testing and simulation (157 pages)
Factory automation

Factory automation

From manufacturing and process control to robotics, building management and medical systems – automation is today’s ‘key’ word. Because automation not only provides greater control, it makes the best use of available resources, 24/7. But that means efficient 12 V / 24 V / 48 V power supplies, soft-start and hot swappable devices, and extremely light but powerful motors. And with the rising number of sensors, actuators and electronic control circuits, it also means robust system protection and EMI filtering.

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Power & Energy

Growing pressure from society and increasing legislation for reduced CO2 emissions, is pushing industries from automotive to telecoms to invest in more efficient power conversion and increased electrification. Efficient power use is a key industrial challenge and a driver for innovation. In industrial infrastructure sectors operating high-load 24/7 systems, every bit of efficiency gain can have a significant impact on operating cost. It also means looking at and improving a whole range of power and energy applications from high-current Battery Management Systems right through to renewable power sources.

Electric Mobility

Electric Mobility

From forklift trucks and golf carts to ebikes, hoverboards and escooters – electric mobility is significantly changing the way we and goods move about. One thing all these mobility options have in common is their integrated electric motor and rechargeable battery cells, making them eco-friendly, zero-emission vehicles. Slim and space optimized designs with high power density are essential to support state-of-the-art concepts.

5G infrastructure, Datacenters & Servers

5G infrastructure, Datacenters & Servers

Data demands are constantly rising and 5G data and communications infrastructure will be vital for the next generation of Edge cloud computing, IoT devices, Intelligent Transport Systems and of course live streaming of high-definition AR / VR video. When people think about high performance computing and rack-based server systems, the focus quite rightly is on processing power and performance. But of course, powering and transferring data efficiently is critical from a system perspective, as is being able to easily swap out and back in individual boards into live systems.

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