AEC-Q100 Devices

The AEC-Q100 is defined by the Automotive Electronics Council as a "Stress Test for Qualification for Integrated Circuits." The AEC-Q100 standard also includes customer specific requirements (CSR). ISO/TS-16949 is an international standards Automotive Quality Systems technical specification. It was defined for the purpose of establishing common part-qualification and quality-system standards. It containing detailed qualification and requalification requirements and include unique test methods and guidelines for the use of generic data. Components meeting these specifications are suitable for use in the harsh automotive environment without additional component level qualification testing.

Electronic system suppliers to the automotive market increasingly require that semiconductor suppliers provide products compliant to the AEC-Q100 standard and ISO/TS-16949 certification of their quality systems. Lattice is an Associate Member of the AEC.

Automotive Grade Devices

Programmable Logic

Programmable System Management

Video Connectivity ASSPs

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