All automotive products are manufactured, packaged, tested, and assembled in Fairchild-owned facilities.
Dedicated automotive labs to provide application assistance.
Extensive design support is available to customers including electrical and thermal simulation/modeling.
All automotive development and manufacturing sites are QS-9000 and TS-16949 certified.
Fairchild offers a wide range of die and wafer products to meet your design solutions.
We follow the Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) process.
Fairchild has a legacy of more than 50 years as a worldwide automotive semiconductor supplier. Our portfolio of products covers the spectrum of the automotive power market. Fairchild’s leading-edge IGBTs, MOSFETs, ignition IGBTs, injector drivers, gate drivers and power modules are used in engine management, electric power assisted steering (EPAS), motor drives, traction inverters, chargers, DC-DC converters, PTC heaters and other systems that require high quality, power efficient components.All Fairchild automotive products are qualified according to the Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) Reliability Test requirements (AEC-Q100, AEC-Q101) and, where applicable, also to Customer Specific Reliability and Parametric Test requirements. Fairchild also offers a variety of automotive products in unsawn wafer , sawn wafer, tape & reel, and known good die (KGD) . For more information or sample orders, please contact email@example.com .
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Automotive applications include:
Fairchild’s automotive portfolio of MOSFETs, rectifiers, IGBTs, large die, and module driver IC products offer easy-to-use, highly flexible, and high performance EV/HEV solutions for powertrain and other power storage systems. For more information, please visit the Hybrid and Electric Vehicles landing page.
Fairchild also offers automotive-grade power solutions for transportation vehicles and heavy equipment with the highest reliability and system performance for harsh operating environments. For more information, please visit the Transportation landing page.