Energy-efficient Solutions from ON Semiconductor at Electronica 2010
Oct 15, 2010 ON Semiconductor will demonstrate its latest product innovations – designed to empower customers’ next generation energy efficient solutions for automotive, portable, industrial and lighting applications – at this year’s Electronica exhibition in Munich, Germany, November 9-12.
Electronica: Stand 225 (Hall A5)
ON Semiconductor’s automotive area will address the company’s latest solutions for LED vehicle lighting (front, rear and interior), fuel efficiency and sensing (for gasoline, diesel, hybrid and electric vehicles) and infotainment power delivery and connectivity. Company experts will also be available to discuss custom automotive ASICs for the vehicle market.
The industrial and lighting area will include live interactive motor control demonstrations utilizing ON Semiconductor’s single chip micro-stepping motor drivers that integrate a position controller and built-in control / diagnostic interface. The company’s innovative semiconductor solutions for solid state lighting and the emerging and rapid growth areas of smart grid / E-metering and clean energy will also be on display with technical experts available to discuss applications.
In the portable consumer area, where low power, efficiency, and size are especially important aspects of customers’ new product designs, ON Semiconductor will exhibit a selection of its fully integrated, high efficiency, small form factor devices that support lighting, audio and power management in the rapidly growing battery powered portable equipment sector.
ON Semiconductor executives and product solutions experts plan to meet with customers, the media and industry analysts at Electronica 2010 to discuss how the company provides the solutions required for customers to more easily and more effectively design energy efficient electronic products.
Forum Presentations by ON Semiconductor’s Technical Staff:
- High Efficient System-on-Chip LED Driver for Automotive Front Lighting, by Paul Decloedt (10 November, 2.30 p.m. - 3.00 p.m., Hall A6.530)
- Optical Sensors in Smart Mobile Devices, by Bob Kirk (11 November, 1.30 p.m.- 2.00 p.m., ICM - International Congress Center Munich, Messegelände - Entrance West)
- Addressing Electromagnetic Interference for High Speed Serial Interfaces in the Wireless Handset, by Tim Micun (11 November, 2.30 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., ICM - International Congress Center Munich, Messegelände - Entrance West)
- Building upon its expertise in power management, ON Semiconductor supports next generation customer designs with highly efficient solutions for a wide variety of lighting applications, by Laurent Jenck (12 November, 10.30 a.m.-11.00 a.m., - Embedded Hall, Hall A6.459)
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