Battery Management Controller for HEV/EV

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Battery Management Controller for HEV/EV

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Battery Management Controller for HEV/EV



NXP solutions enable AD/DC chargers in hybrid electric vehicles (HEV). The AD/DC charger interfaces with the battery management system to ensure a proper charge of electricity of the cells until it fulfills high-voltage (HV) requirements.

Our comprehensive portfolio provides the critical building blocks for high-performance, efficient and safe pawer management control system for electric traction motors.


Use Cases

This solution can be applied and various sectors of the industry, specially in the automotive field. NXP solutions enable Hybrid and Electric Vehicles applications as:

  • Converters and Chargers
  • Stop/Start Systems
  • Power inverters


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Category MCU
Product URL S32K144EVB: S32K144 Evaluation Board 
Product Description

The S32K144EVB is a low-cost evaluation and development board for general purpose automotive applications.


Category Safety SBC
Product URL 1 FS6500: Grade 1 and Grade 0 Safety Power System Basis Chip with CAN Flexible Data Transceiver 
Product Description The NXP® FS6500 system basis chip (SBC) provides power to MCUs and optimizes energy consumption through DC/DC switching regulators, linear regulators, and ultra-low-power saving modes.


Category RTC
Product URL PCA85073A: Automotive tiny Real-Time Clock/Calendar with alarm function and I2C-bus 
Product Description The PCA85073A is a CMOS1 Real-Time Clock (RTC) and calendar optimized for low power consumption.


Category Serial Interface
Product URL  MC33660: ISO K Line Serial Link Interface 
Product Description

The NXP® MC33660 is a serial link bus interface device designed to provide bi-directional half-duplex communication interfacing in automotive diagnostic applications.

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