With the industrial IoT, innovation and reliability must pull together to turn today’s factory floor into the forefront of Industry 4.0. To design connected automation and robotics applications, designers need a broad range of MOSFETs/IGBTs, drivers, interfaces and other components, as well as design tools and support.
For industrial sector applications, it’s even more crucial to have both a wide choice of components, but also the tools and support needed to get the very best from each and every one of them. This can ensure retrofitting legacy systems meets today’s and tomorrow’s performance, temperature, efficiency and even regulatory requirements—especially when the market potential is more than $91 billion by 2023.
Across industrial automation, home automation, robotics and machine vision, ON Semiconductor and element14 provide comprehensive solutions and design support for the extensive range of industrial and motor-based systems.
The transformation of our energy system will require solutions with the highest levels of efficiency, reliability, and safety. ON Semiconductor’s boost and inverter Power Integrated Modules (PIMS) anchor the solar power system, while our gate drivers, sensing, control, and peripheral power products complete the system.
Powering industry 4.0 and factory automation needs deep motor drive solutions. Deliver efficient, compact, and reliable robotic systems with ON Semiconductor MOSFETs, IGBTs, gate drivers, power modules as well as a variety of motors including brushed, brushless, and steppers.
The PYTHON family of image sensors can support machine vision inspection and motion monitoring, security, surveillance, and intelligent transportation systems. As designers require advanced sensitivity, resolution and dynamic range in their designs, ON Semiconductor’s high performance portfolio can deliver innovation.
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Market trends and tightening industry standards are driving the need for more energy efficient products. Power supplies and solar inverters need higher efficiency and increased power density. Electric vehicles are constantly pushing for more miles per charge and faster charging times. SiC technology provides superior switching performance and higher reliability compared to silicon devices. SiC MOSFETs are rugged and align with the needs of modern high frequency design.
With the decarbonization of automobiles and other transportation vehicles, there will be an increasing need for vehicle charging infrastructure. Robust devices and systems, designed for safety and reliability, are needed to power the cars of the future.