How to Solve Common Automotive Isolation Problems
EVs and HEVs today use 400 V or 800 V, with even higher voltages on the horizon. These high voltages require much more attention to electrical safety and the partitioning systems into low voltage and high voltage domains. Galvanic isolation electrically separates the high and low voltage domains. However, advances in CMOS processes have opened the door to cutting-edge, digital isolation. This whitepaper discusses automotive isolation.
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