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HID Headlight AFL

Vishay Components Used

  • HEXFET Power MOSFETS
  • TVS
  • Rectifier Diodes
  • Schottky Diodes
  • Fast Switching Diodes
  • LEDs
  • Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors
  • Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors
  • Thick Film Chip Resistors
  • Power Shunt Resistors
  • NTC Thermistors
  • Power Storage Inductors
EMI-Filter Reverse Polarity Protection SMPS Buck Converter Transient Protection ESD-Protection Filter Pull-Up / Down Resistor Position Sensor DC Link Current Sensor EMI-Filter Low Side Current Sensor Motor Switch Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection Position Sensor Temperature Sensor
EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Security Switch Transient Protection SMPS Buck Converter EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Security Switch Transient Protection Buffer Capacitor High Side Current Sensor High Side Switch Low Side Current Sensor Low Side Switch Storage Inductor
SMPS Converter EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection Filter ESD-Protection Pull-Up / Down Resistor Level Shift Motor Switch DC Link Current Sensor Low Side Current Sensor EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection BLDC-Motor WiFi GPS Receiver Proximity Sensor
SMPS Converter EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection ESD-Protection Filter Pull-Up / Down Resistor Buck Boost Converter EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection RGBW Sensor Blue Light Sensor Position Sensor Current Sensor
SMPS Buck Converter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection Optical Smoke Detection Temperature Sensing Amplification ESD Protection Audio Amplifier Flashlight Wireless Ethernet

The market for xenon and bi-xenon high-intensity discharge (HID) lighting is growing. Bi-xenon means that only one xenon light source is used to create both low and high beams via a mechanical shutter. Vishay supports xenon and bi-xenon HID applications with a variety of discrete electronic components. The ballasts and motor controls for headlight leveling (HLL) and advanced front lighting (AFL) controllers need discrete components. Improved visibility and safety on the road are the reasons for the success of gas discharge lamps (xenon). Because its very fast reaction time improves safety, LED technology is used for tail lights. In the future, LEDs will be used more and more for headlights because of their design flexibility, energy-savings, and very long lifetimes.

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