Charging Ahead with eMobility
Enable safety, efficiency, and reliability into your EV charging station designs
The future of cars and mobility is electric. As the demand for electric vehicles grows, so does the need for reliable and safe charging systems.
Littelfuse has a long history of pioneering innovative products that drive technological advances. Since its founding in 1927, they have defined the industry standard for automotive fuses and quickly became a global leader in circuit protection, power control, and sensing. Their commitment to the automotive industry continues today as it enters a new era of innovation.
In this webinar, explore Littelfuse’s application expertise which has helped engineer some of the most advanced systems for EV charging stations. Whether developing alternating current (AC) charging systems, which provide AC power to a vehicle’s on-board charger, or direct current (DC) fast chargers, which provide DC power to a vehicle’s battery system, Littelfuse can help designers meet three key goals: Safety, Efficiency, and Reliability.
Explore how we can help you build safety, efficiency, and reliability into your designs.
- Safety: Considering the use by the public year-round, it’s important that your EV charging equipment remains safe by minimizing the threat of electrical shock or other hazards.
- Efficiency: Power conversion is crucial for dc fast charging systems. Minimizing losses in power conversion ensures the maximum amount of power is delivered for charging the vehicle’s battery.
- Reliability: Once installed, you’ll want to ensure that your EV charging equipment remains functional for 10 or more years, even in the harshest conditions, to ensure you deliver the best return on your investment.
Philippe Di Fulvio
Business Development Manager for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure — Littelfuse
Philippe Di Fulvio is currently part of the eMobility team as a Business Development Manager for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure, also known as “off-board charging.”
Philippe has more than 28 years of electronics industry experience, having started his career with Zodiac Aerospace, before joining TE Connectivity Circuit Protection and then Littelfuse upon the acquisition of that business in 2016. Throughout his career he has held various roles including Power Electronic Design and Application Engineering as well as Technical Marketing, holding his most recent role as Manager of EMEA FAEs for ESBU, focusing on system-level designs and a “One Littelfuse” approach.
Philippe holds a master's engineering degree from Polytech Clermont-Ferrand University (formerly CUST) in Clermont-Ferrand, France.