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Automotive Products|NXP
You'll go a long way to find an automotive portfolio with the breadth, depth and
quality of NXP® Semiconductors'. It covers diverse areas, from in-vehicle ...
3M Automotive | 3M United States
With almost 100 years of automotive industry experience, we know the nooks and
crannies of auto design manufacture and repair.
For nearly a century, Eaton has been supplying the global automotive industry
with highly engineered products that help to increase fuel economy as well as ...
Mentor Automotive - Mentor Graphics
Consumers drive automotive design as never before, a fact that's creating a slate
of new demands on manufacturers. Vehicle buyers expect the latest in safety, ...
Automotive - Cisco
Cisco solutions for automotive manufacturers and suppliers provide real-time
visibility and control to deliver a rapid return on investment.
Automotive IoT Modules - Telit
Telit automotive-grade modules for connected car applications. Industrial grade
modules produced in ISO TS 16949 certified facilities.
Automotive Microcontrollers - STMicroelectronics
ST offers a wide portfolio of microcontrollers for automotive applications,
including the 8-bit STM8A family and the 32-bit SPC5 family, built on Power ...
Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB)
The Bourns Automotive Division has played a leading role in the design,
development and manufacture of potentiometric sensors since 1949.
EETimes Europe
It is every car driver’s nightmare scenario to be involved in an accident and unable to call for assistance. Injury or shock means that in many car accidents, even relatively minor ones, those involved are often reliant on a witness to make an emergency call, and in very rural areas, it might be hours before help arrives. However, a recent decision by the European Parliament to mandate an automatic-emergency-call alert system in all new cars and light vans sold within the EU from 31st March 2018 – eCall – means that ambulance crews and rescue services will reach the scene faster, potentially saving lives and reducing the severity of injuries.
Every day, consumers depend on unseen technology that allows them to safely navigate their day. The daily routines of turning on a light switch, checking email, or driving to the grocery store can easily be taken for granted. But, none of these seemingly minor tasks could be accomplished without the safeguarding that has been designed into the daily lives of consumers.
Electrical fuses were originally developed to help protect telegraph stations from lightning strikes. These first fuses were simple, open-wire devices, followed in the 1890s by Edison’s enclosure of thin wire in a lamp base to make the first plug fuse. By 1904, Underwriters Laboratories had established size and rating specifications to meet safety standards. Renewable type fuses and automotive fuses appeared in 1914. In the 1920s, manufacturers began producing very low amperage fuses for the burgeoning electronics industry. Today, the fuses used in electrical/electronic circuits are current sensitive devices designed to serve as the intentional weak link in the circuit. Their function is to provide protection of discrete components, or of complete circuits, by reliably melting under current overload conditions, much like those first fuses used at telegraph stations.