How to Protect Circuits from Overcurrent Damages for Industrial and Automotive Applications
The selection of overcurrent protection in industrial and automotive motor control systems is made challenging by the variety of motor types, load conditions, mission profiles, and component ageing concerns. As motor systems become more autonomous and energy efficient, demands for functional safety, advanced diagnostics and energy efficiency will unavoidably increase. Join us for a one hour discussion on this topic.
Attendees will learn:
- Various motor control applications with different loading conditions
- Increasing demand and importance of functional safety and energy efficiency
- The main challenges in overcurrent protection today
- Introduction to electronic fuses (eFuses)
- Inbuilt features in eFuses which contribute towards increasing energy efficiency of the system and making the system more reliable and substantially safer than today
Pramit Nandy, Product Marketing Manager, ON Semiconductor
Pramit is a Product Marketing Manager at ON Semiconductor, focused on circuit protection for industrial, telecom and cloud computing applications. Pramit has ~10 years of professional experience in the field of electrical systems and control engineering with ~5 years of experience in Analog System and Application engineering for power, analog and mixed signal circuits for automotive, industrial and consumer markets.
Andrew Niles, Applications Engineer, ON Semiconductor
Andrew Niles joined ON Semiconductor in 2012. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree from Arizona State University. He is an applications engineer and focuses on ON Semiconductor’s eFuse product line.