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Mouser Unveils New eBook with ROHM

Mouser Electronics in partnership with ROHM Semiconductor have announced a new eBook, which highlights technologies that lie at the heart of the next generation of automotive solutions.

ROHMIn Driving the Future of Automotive Solutions with ROHM, subject matter experts from Mouser and ROHM offer technical insights into applications surrounding vehicle electrification, including power management, lighting, and motor control.

Electronics have been a key aspect of automotive design for nearly a century, providing reliable power to everything from car radios to anti-lock braking systems. Future automotive systems, including those in the rapidly expanding electric vehicle (xEV) market, will rely on electronics more than ever before. Materials such as silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) are enabling significant advancements in automotive power design, and ROHM’s range of gate drivers, shunt resistors, DC-DC converters, and LED drivers support the cutting edge of automotive solutions.

Driving the Future of Automotive Solutions with ROHM offers practical insights into the automotive industry’s evolving technologies, connecting emerging challenges to the solutions needed to address them. The eBook features useful information and links to key ROHM products, such as automotive lighting solutions for the transition to LEDs, GMR50 chip shunt resistors that offer improved power management, and UDZLVFHTE high-voltage automotive Zener diodes for reliable performance in harsh environments.

ROHM Semiconductor’s product line available from Mouser includes MOSFETs, power management ICs, IGBTs, LED drivers, and a range of other tools for reliable electrification and connectivity. Additionally, Mouser has collected the company’s automotive-focused product selection and other resources on the ROHM Automotive Solutions page.


Nitisha Dubey

I am a Journalist with a post graduate degree in Journalism & Mass Communication. I love reading non-fiction books, exploring different destinations and varieties of cuisines. Biographies and historical movies are few favourites.

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