Automotive Ethernet Congress: KDPOF Will Present Optical Connectivity for Galvanic Isolation

KDPOF displays optical connectivity providing galvanic isolation for Battery Management Systems and Smart Antenna Modules at Automotive Ethernet Congress
KDPOF displays optical connectivity providing galvanic isolation for Battery Management Systems and Smart Antenna Modules at Automotive Ethernet Congress
At Automotive Ethernet Congress on 13 and 14 February 2019 in Munich, Germany, KDPOF will display their optical connectivity technology in order to secure new 48-volt electrical architectures via the inherent galvanic isolation. Optical connections with POF, such as KDPOF’s innovative Automotive Gigabit Ethernet POF (GEPOF), provide the optimal means to achieve galvanic isolation, providing 100 Mbps and 1 Gbps Ethernet compatible solutions with enough margin to withstand the harsh automotive environment. Applications such as Battery Management Systems (BMS) and Integrated Smart Antenna (ISA) modules profit from the inherent Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) of POF. “The new 48-volt electrical architecture pushes the envelope in terms of electromagnetic compatibility and safety requirements,” stated Carlos Pardo, CEO and Co-founder of KDPOF. “New safety precautions are needed, since even a single malfunction between the 48-volt and the 12-volt electrical system will lead to a short circuit, which can damage the entire 12-volt system due to overvoltage.”

We look forward to meeting you in Munich. For arranging a meeting, please contact Óscar Ciordia at sales@kdpof.com.

Mandy Ahlendorf

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