Bosch launches new automotive system-ICs at Electronica 2018

November 12, 2018 Laura Dolan

Bosch will introduce four new system-ICs at Electronica 2018 from November 13-16 in Hall C3, Booth 522.

The integrated circuit CG912 is designed to initiate up to four pyro fuses in the battery wiring in the event of an accident, decreasing the risk of electrical shock when coming into contact with the vehicle’s chassis. It can also provide power to the battery.

Bosch’s new oxygen sensor evaluation IC CJ138 offers multiple possibilities for fitting an engine control unit to a wide range of oxygen sensors, as well as accurate sensor cable diagnostic for short circuit or interruption.

The IC CG270 can operate up to 10 hydraulic valves in automatic transmissions and leaves room for more compact control units for modern multi-stage transmissions.

CG135 is a transmission IC that maintains the supply voltages in a transmission control unit and prevents the transmission from being damaged in an accident.

For more information, visit https://www.bosch.co.uk/.

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