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[October 29, 2012]

ON Semiconductor to Showcase Energy Efficient Solutions at Electronica 2012 [Manufacturing Close - Up]

(Manufacturing Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ON Semiconductor, a supplier of high performance silicon solutions for energy efficient electronics, announced it will have an expanded presence at the Electronica 2012 tradeshow in Munich this November.

In a release, the Company said live on-site demonstrations and technical briefings will spotlight the company's latest product solutions - specifically designed to power customers' next generation electronics solutions for automotive, industrial, LED lighting, communications, consumer white goods, health care and smart grid applications.

The automotive area of ON Semiconductor's stand will address the company's latest solutions for LED vehicle lighting (front, rear and interior), park assist, power management and conversion, power- train and engine management, as well as infotainment power delivery and connectivity. The company will demonstrate new solutions for pixel front lighting, infotainment power delivery and ignition.

The white goods area of the stand will focus on energy management for smart appliances, including discrete IGBTs for induction cooking, Integrated Power Modules for motor drivers and low stand- by power supply. The company's touch sensor solution will also be on display, with technical experts available to discuss applications.

In the industrial and healthcare area of the stand, ON Semiconductor will demonstrate smart motor driver solutions for energy efficient automation. Medical solutions on display will include precision mixed-signal microcontrollers and image sensors. Technical experts will be available to discuss customer requirements for digital and mixed-signal ASICs.

The smart buildings and LED lighting area of the stand will focus on energy management for home and buildings, including ground fault protection, light sensors and efficient power supply for LED lighting. The company's semiconductor solutions for KNX and MBUS communication standards will also be on display, with technical experts available to discuss applications.

The smart grid and renewable energies area of the stand will focus on the rapid market growth areas of E-metering and clean energy. Energy efficient concepts for implementation in solar generators and windmills will be discussed. Solutions for dedicated communications systems and smart meters (water and heat) to connect with power networks and the smart grid will also be demonstrated.

ON Semiconductor is a supplier of high performance silicon solutions for energy efficient electronics.

More information: http://www.onsemi.com ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com)) (c) 2012 ProQuest Information and Learning Company; All Rights Reserved.

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