ABLIC Inc. Launches the S-19192 Series, a 3-serial to 6-serial Cell Battery Monitoring IC for Automotive Use

ABLIC Inc. (President: Nobumasa Ishiai; head office: Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture; hereinafter ABLIC) today launched the S-19192 Series of 3-serial to 6-serial cell battery monitoring IC for automotive use. Battery monitoring ICs are mainly used for monitoring the state of lithium-ion batteries.

The new S-19192 Series of products is a 3-serial to 6-serial cell battery monitoring IC for automotive use with the following characteristics: (1) robust standalone monitoring capable of operating without microcontroller software, (2) the capability to operate as a secondary monitoring IC for automotive BMS (*1), which significantly contributes to system safety, and (3) a self-diagnosis function for detecting random failures.

These characteristics deliver solid automotive BMS capability in a simple configuration for greater safety against failures and other issues.

[Major Features] 1. A simple configuration providing standalone monitoring with self-diagnosis function for detecting failures 2. A secondary monitoring IC for automotive BMS that further enhances system safety (*1) BMS = abbreviation of Battery Management System

[Application Examples] – Automotive BMS

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[S-19192 Series Detail] https://www.ablic.com/en/semicon/datasheets/automotive/automotive-lithium-ion-battery-protection-ic/s-19192/

[Website] https://www.ablic.com/

Inheriting the semiconductor business of Seiko Instruments Inc., ABLIC Inc. is an IC manufacturer pursuing the further development of analog semiconductors.

ABLIC Inc.
Masae Onuma
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