An 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. It may be external or embedded into a vehicle.
The HV battery is essential to drive the traction motor(s) upon operation. It also provides 12V through a converter for the other electronic modules of the car.
A solution may be different dependent upon charging modes (slow, mid or fast) and technology (wired or wireless).
Freescale's MM9Z1_638 is a fully integrated battery monitoring device for mission critical automotive and industrial applications. An S12Z microcontroller, SMARTMOS analog control IC, CAN protocol module and LIN interface for communications functions are embedded into this single-package soltuion.See more demos at the Freescale Community >
|Battery Pack Control|
|MPC560xB: Ultra-Reliable 32-bit MCU for Automotive and Industrial Applications||Scalable MCU family with Power Architecture®|
|S12XE: High-Performance 16-bit MCUs for General Purpose Automotive and Industrial Usage||16-bit automotive microcontroller scalable to 1 MB|
|S12XS: 16-Bit Automotive Microcontroller||16-bit automotive Microcontroller|
|S12P: 16-Bit Microcontroller||Low-cost 16-bit automotive microcontroller|
|S12G: Ultra-Reliable 16-bit MCUs for General Purpose Automotive and Industrial Usage||Cost-effective S12 with CAN & LIN/SAE interfaces|
|12V Battery Monitoring|
|MM912_637: Battery Sensor with LIN for 12V Lead-acid Batteries||Intelligent Integrated Precision Battery Sensor|
|MM9Z1_638: Battery Sensor with CAN and LIN||Battery Sensor with CAN and LIN|
|56F824X_825X: Digital Signal Controller||Non automotive part, for external charger only|
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