Automotive Electronics Applications Guide Page 3 Automotive Electronics Applications Guide

2018 Littelfuse, Inc. Specifications are subject to change without notice Littelfuse introduced the first of what would become a long line of automotive circuit protection technologies in the 1930s, with the design and development of the original automotive fuses. That commitment to the automotive industry continues today as vehicles have become increasingly dependent on high powered electronics. ESTABLISHED INFRASTRUCTURE Littelfuse supports automotive designers with a global network of test labs and design and manufacturing facilities across four continents, including China's second-largest semiconductor fabrication facility. Our Silicon Valley Technology Center supports the complete innovation life cycle, from new materials and product concepts to product design, prototyping, testing and validation. INVESTED IN THE FUTURE In addition to our comprehensive circuit protection offering and growing line of sensing solutions, our investments in Monolith Semiconductor and ON Semiconductor allow us to take our place among power semiconductor suppliers for the automotive market. 3 2018 Littelfuse, Inc. Specifications are subject to change without notice 3 2015 Invests in Monolith Semiconductor, a company developing silicon carbide technology for power semiconductors 2018 Acquires IXYS 2013 Expands global sensor platform in automotive market with the acquisition of Hamlin, Inc. AEC-Q101 qualified TVS Diodes and TVS Diode Arrays 2014 Opens Technology Center to facilitate the development of next-generation products 2016 Opens Silicon Valley Technology Center to accelerate the development of next- generation materials and products Acquires the circuit protection business of TE Connectivity, expanding presence in automotive electronics Acquires a select portfolio of semiconductor products from ON Semiconductor 2012 Launches a new automotive sensor platform with the acquisition of Accel AB Develops 1200V SiC MOSFET for battery charging applications 2017 The first blade-type ATO (Autofuse ) Fast Acting Fuse, now considered the global standard 1976 Fast Acting Fuse, now considered the global standard 1 Introduces industry's first centralized under- dash fuse block 1950

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