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An ultrasonic-based measurement or a camera implementation are a key part of applications dealing with non-contact object distance measurement and object detection, like an automotive parking distance sensor, blind spot detection and object detection.

For an ultrasonic implementation, the S12ZVC integrates a 16-bit MCU, automotive voltage regulator, CAN physical layer, and high-speed timers with input capture and output compare, making it a single chip solution for low-end parking aid systems.

For a camera implementation, the i.MX 8 applications processor along with the S32V234 vision processor offers the power required for image processing and intercommunication between multiple cameras and modules.




  • Automotive voltage regulator
  • CAN physical layer
  • High speed timers with input capture and output compare
  • Ultrasonic technology or cameras for the detection and avoidance of close objects


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S12ZVC Mixed-Signal MCUs|MagniV | NXP 

Product Description 1

The S12ZVC platform, part of the S12 MagniV® mixed-signal MCU family, offers a low-cost, highly integrated solution that enables the design of smallest possible automotive CAN-termination nodes, while the family concept gives you scalability for platform design.

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i.MX 8 Family Applications Processor | Arm Cortex-A53/A72/M4 | NXP 

Product Description 2

Fast multi-OS platform deployment via advanced full-chip hardware virtualization and domain protection. Incorporate vision and speech recognition interactivity via a powerful vision pipeline and audio processing subsystem.

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S32V234 Vision Processor | NXP 

Product Description 3

The S32V234 MPU offers an Image Signal Processor (ISP), powerful 3D Graphic Processor Unit (GPU), dual APEX-2 vision accelerators, automotive-grade reliability, functional safety, and security capabilities for supporting computation intensive ADAS, NCAP front camera, object detection and recognition, surround view, and automotive image processing.


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SJA 110EL | Five ports AVB Automotive Ethernet Switch | NXP 

Product Description 1

The SJA1105EL Ethernet switch offers a flexible solution for implementing modular and cost-optimized ECUs capable of supporting any in-vehicle connectivity requirement.

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TJA1101 | 2nd generation PHY Transceiver | NXP 

Product Description 2

TJA1101 is a high-performance single port, IEEE 100BASE-T1 compliant Ethernet PHY Transceiver.

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TJA1102/TJA1102S | Automotive Ethernet Transceivers | NXP 

Product Description

TJA1102 (TJA1102S) is a highly integrated dual (respectively single) port, IEEE 100BASE-T1 compliant Ethernet PHY Transceiver.


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Power Management

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PMIC for high-performance applications | NXP 

Product Description 1

The PF8100/PF8200 PMIC family is designed for high-performance processing applications such as infotainment, telematics, clusters, vehicle networking, ADAS, vision and sensor fusion.


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TJA1057 | High speed CAN transceiver | NXP 

Product Description 1

The TJA1057 is part of the Mantis family of high-speed CAN transceivers. It provides an interface between a Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol controller and the physical two-wire CAN bus.



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Product Link
DEVKIT-S12ZVC: Development Board for 9S12ZVCA192 MCU Evaluation DEVKIT-S12ZVC development platform for S12ZVC | NXP 
MCIMX8QM-CPU: i.MX 8QuadMax Multisensory Enablement Kit (MEK) i.MX 8QuadMax/QuadPlus Multisensory Enablement Kit | NXP 
S32V234EVB: S32V Vision and Sensor Fusion Evaluation System S32V Vision and Sensor Fusion Evaluation System | NXP 
OM14500-TJA1102: Evaluation Board, TJA1102HN 100BASE-T1 Automotive Ethernet PHY TJA1102/S Evaluation Board | NXP 
SJA1105Q-EVB: Ethernet Switch & PHY Evaluation Board. SJA1105Q-EVB | Ethernet Switch and PHY Evaluation Board | NXP 
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