Electrohydraulic braking architectures utilize an electric brake booster to amplify braking force in hybrid and electric vehicles opposed to the traditional means of using a vacuum booster. These electric braking systems also enable regenerative braking and more advanced automated driving functions.
Our Electrohydraulic braking solution provides fast braking response in emergency situations and smooth handling during automated driving scenarios, such as adaptive cruise control.
BLDC Motor Driver
A4911 – Three-Phase MOSFET Driver for 12 or 24V Systems
A4916 – Three-Phase MOSFET Driver for 12 or 24V Systems
A4918 – Three-Phase MOSFET Driver for 12 or 24V Systems
AMT49106 and AMT49107 – 50V BLDC Gate Drivers with Low Voltage Operation
AMT49100/1 – Three-Phase MOSFET Driver for 48V System