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Old 16th June 2004, 08:51 AM   #1
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This is work. Please answer only if you really have something to say.

Infineon is big company which has lot's of cool IC's for replacing relays. At work we have very good experince with BSP350, BTS4140, BSP77, BTS660 and BTS5215.

Some of the IC's are in industrial environment and there we have very few problems. The IC's are simply

In automotive, trucks, 24 volts systems we have some problems when the black box is delivered from our customer to their costumer which does the final assembly. BTS5215 aren't indestructable and when the black box is mounted, there we have a critical moment.

BTS5215 is top modern so I'll guess not many have any experience of this particular IC but if someone out there works with similar Infineon IC's I would the like to hear from those persons.
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Old 17th June 2004, 07:17 AM   #2
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I am a bit confused to what you are asking?
Are you asking if anyone knows why they break or if anyone works with them at all?

And no i haven't worked with them myself.
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My question is about if anyone uses them at all. Please read the last sentence.
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Am I the only one in the automotive area using these top modern driver IC's?
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