This reference design shows example implementations of how to handle a variety of high-voltage (HV) switch inputs using a multi-switch detection interface (MSDI) device.
This automotive pre-booster accepts an input voltage range from 2.0 to 16.0V / 40.0V peak. During cranking, it provides a stable output voltage of 9.5V @ 1.3A continuous / 2.8A peak.
This reference design is a low BOM design that has good coverage of automotive interlock connection diagnosis.
This reference design is an automotive buck-boost converter providing a stable output voltage of 11.5V @ 1.0A on an input voltage range of 4.5 .. 28V DC.
This automotive power supply reference design is based on the LM25141-Q1 controller and provides 3.3V at 6.0A from 8.0 .. 16.0 V input voltage.
This reference design uses capacitive sensing to detect a kicking motion indicating the user\'s desire to activate a power lift-gate, power trunk, or power sliding door on an automobile.
This reference design demonstrates a method for designers to achieve high-voltage signals that can be used for flame detection using discrete components.