With the rapid development of the automotive industry, particularly the emergence of new energy vehicles, there is a greater emphasis on the intelligence, connectivity, and autonomous driving features of automotive products. The existing bandwidth of in-vehicle network transmission is no longer sufficient to meet the demands of extensive data transmission. As a result, the next generation of in-vehicle network technology and architecture has emerged, known as Automotive Ethernet. Correspondingly, automotive-grade network transformers are undergoing rapid development.
· Automotive Ethernet
· Battery management systems
· In-vehicle computers and car navigation
· In-vehicle chargers
· Battery power control