March 3, 2021—ON semiconductor (ON Semiconductor, NASDAQ: ON), which promotes energy-efficient innovation, is seizing the opportunity to help the embedded world 2021 DIGITAL exhibition be successfully held. ON Semiconductor provides a unique viewing experience with a total of 21 product demonstrations, highlighting several of the latest products, and demonstrating a complete sensor-to-cloud solution.
Arranged in 6 dedicated online reception areas, the 21 demos cover high voltage power supplies, intelligent image perception, Internet of Things (IoT) electronics market venues, IoT sensor systems, IoT verticals, and smart power and control. Demonstrations cover many applications, including intelligent access control, hospital asset tracking, and measuring power consumption of edge devices.
ON Semiconductor also presented more details on a new family of sensor platforms that integrate the Bosch IoT Suite. The software platform for this Internet of Things (IoT) solution has been used to connect more than 15 million sensors, devices and machines to user and enterprise systems. ON Semiconductor is demonstrating IoT accessibility through ON Semiconductor’s approach and the Bosch ecosystem’s end-to-end, sensor-to-cloud platform.
Additional highlights of ON Semiconductor’s embedded world 2021 DIGITAL demo room include learning more about the new NCP51810 Gallium Nitride (GaN) gate driver, which brings the benefits of wide-bandgap enhancement mode GaN to embedded The system creates a smaller, more energy-efficient power supply. The NCP51810 can sustain 150 V, making it ideal for applications in 48 V systems such as point-of-load, industrial power modules, and intermediate bus converters used in data centers. This GaN gate driver features unique electromagnetic interference (EMI) noise suppression and advanced diagnostic monitoring, making it a best-in-class product. It supports many power topologies including resonant, half-bridge, full-bridge, active clamp converters and non-isolated buck converters.
The show also focused on the NCL31000 smart LED driver, demonstrating the application of visible light communication (VLC). VLC is an optical communication method that uses visible light as a carrier wave while avoiding interference to the human eye. The technology has been used to achieve high-precision indoor positioning, achieving accuracy in centimeters rather than meters. The NCL31000 smart LED driver can truly dim to dark, drive the entire system, and accurately measure all system voltages and currents.
In addition to offering an online demo room, ON Semiconductor is hosting three webcast seminars: Power over Ethernet and Connected Lighting, Event-Triggered Imaging with RSL10 Smart Capture Cameras, and Implementation of Quuppa’s Angle of Arrival on RSL10-Based Sensor Nodes real-time positioning system.