ROHM showcasing Solutions for Indian Gen-Next Electric Vehicle at  Electronica-India 2018


ROHM, a Japan-based leading semiconductor solution provider eyeing Indian E vehicle market with it’s new low power and energy efficient power solutions to meet the growing demand for next –gen Electric Vehicles and other Hybrid-Electric-Vehicles (also called xEV)

ROHM Semiconductor will be presenting new solutions for Power and energy management in the automotive applications. At the upcoming electronica-India 2018, the trade fair for components, systems and applications in electronics to be held in Bengaluru on September 26th to 28th, 2018 in Bengaluru.

ROHM will present Automotive solutions with Five categories as ‘SiC Power Devices”, “Analog Technologies”, “Infotainment”, “Body and Powertrain”, and “Made in India- for India”.

Daisuke Nakamura

“At this time, ROHM will showcase the products and solutions which are supposed to be the key technologies in future EV market of India. The impact on next generation automobiles and its eco-system are very innovative and these have been adopted in the advanced xEV market like Japan, USA, Europe, and China. Please visit ROHM’s booth in electronica-India 2018 and explore the innovations lead by ROHM Semiconductor.” Said Mr. Daisuke Nakamura, Managing Director of ROHM Semiconductor India.

“The growing and developing market for xEV (Electric Vehicles) in India can contribute to substantial reduction CO2 emissions, and India has laid out optimistic plans to accelerate the adoption of EVs by year 2030. ” said Mr Nakamura.

ROHM is pushing forward with the latest cutting-edge development of SiC (Silicon Carbide) power devices, which are expected to realize dramatic loss reductions compared to conventional Si (silicon) power devices. These power devices will be used more and more on electric vehicle (EV) motors and inverters.

“The properties of the still relatively new material SiC promise comprehensive application possibilities in power electronics. SiC-based voltage converters have significantly less losses than conventional silicon-based converters. SiC also enables significantly smaller modules, components and systems than silicon. The increasing demand for the most energy-efficient devices possible will therefore increase the demand for SiC components in the coming years.” Said Mr Nakamura

In India ROHM is presenting its  products for xEv  include

  • Nano-Pulse Control- Power ICs for Hybrid-Vehicles, e-Bike
  • EV-inverter & Charging Stations – SiC Power Devices
  • LED Driver reference solutions- Automotive DRL/Rear-Lamps
  • Preventing Accidents with Daytime Running Lights
  • ‘Made in India, for India’  Product Development for Two-Wheeler Emissions Control and Integrated Lamp Control for LED Lighting Applications Bharat Stage (BS) VI emission norms in India by 2020
  • Integrated Lamp Control for LED Lighting Applications
  • Transition towards more efficient Brushless DC (BLDC) Motors
  • Integrated Lamp Control for LED Lighting Applications