NavInfo technology localized supply chain automotive grade MCU chip AC7802x announced mass production, the chip has been delivered to “a number of benchmark customers” and scale applications.
According to the introduction, the AC7802x series is the second generation of cost-effective automotive-grade MCU chips designed by NavInfo based on ARM Cortex-M0+ core. The chips feature “high reliability, low power consumption and small package”, comply with AEC-Q100 Grade 1 certification, support ambient temperature up to -40~125℃, and are available in TSSOP20 / HVQFN32 packages.
The AC7802x platform and AC7801x are compatible with each other in terms of hardware design and software interface, which is convenient for resource expansion and platform selection. In the era of centralized automotive electronics architecture, AC7802x is mainly used in automotive small node execution layers, such as automotive electronic sensors, temperature control, switches, lights, and other automotive MCU application scenarios.
NavInfo has four generations of automotive MCU chip mass production iteration, from the M0 + and M3 core-based AC780x series and AC781x series to play the role of small node execution layer, to the M4F core-based AC7840x series as an intermediate force, and then to the future of the multi-core has a high arithmetic power big Pin-footed domain controller MCU, basically formed a full coverage of the field of automotive MCUs. This has basically formed a full coverage of the automotive MCU field.
NavInfo Since the mass production of the first domestic automotive-grade MCU in 2018, by the end of 2022, the cumulative shipments have exceeded 30 million, with products covering domestic and foreign mainstream OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers, such as Great Wall, Wuling, SAIC, GAC, Chang’an and new energy automotive brands, such as BYD, Azure, Xpeng, RISO and so on.