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2N7002

Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.23A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, TO-236AB, PLASTIC, SOT-23, 3 PIN

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2N7002K Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, Kodenshi Corporation 2N7002 vs 2N7002K
2N7002 Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, TO-236AB, SOT-23, 3 PIN Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation 2N7002 vs 2N7002
2N7002E Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, Panasonic Electronic Components 2N7002 vs 2N7002E
2N7002-G Transistors 115mA, 60V, N-CHANNEL, Si, SMALL SIGNAL, MOSFET, TO-236AB Microchip Technology Inc 2N7002 vs 2N7002-G
2N7002L Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, TO-236AB, SOT-23, 3 PIN Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation 2N7002 vs 2N7002L
2N7002LT1 Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, TO-236AB, CASE 318-08, 3 PIN Motorola Semiconductor Products 2N7002 vs 2N7002LT1
2N7002-7-F Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, GREEN, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated 2N7002 vs 2N7002-7-F
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2N7000 Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.2A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, TO-92, ROHS COMPLIANT, PLASTIC, 10D3, 3 PIN Diotec Semiconductor AG 2N7002 vs 2N7000
2N7002K Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, Kodenshi Corporation 2N7002 vs 2N7002K
2N7002E Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, Panasonic Electronic Components 2N7002 vs 2N7002E
2N7000_D26Z Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.2A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, TO-92 ON Semiconductor 2N7002 vs 2N7000_D26Z
BSS138 Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.3A I(D), 50V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, ROHS COMPLIANT PACKAGE-3 PanJit Semiconductor 2N7002 vs BSS138

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  • 9V - 32V input to -28V/1.5A negative output buck-boost LED current regulator - PMP6867 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6867?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design uses the TPS40170 sync buck controller in a buck-boost converter to regulate the current in a series string of 6 to 8 LEDs (-28V) at up to 1.5A. Efficiency is greater than 93%. The output current can be adjusted with an external control voltage.
  • High Efficiency 350W AC/DC Power Supply Reference Design - PMP11303.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP11303: PMP11303 is high-efficiency AC/DC power supply reference design with universal AC input and 25V/13.5A and 12V/1A outputs. LLC+PFC combo IC UCC29950 is applied for the main power stages with 25V/13.5A output while UCC28730 is applied for the auxiliary power with 12V/1A output. This design has low no load power comsumption (152mW@230VAC) and over 93% peak efficiency. This design also meet 80PLUS Gold requirement for 115VAC Internal power supplies.
  • 36V-75VDC Input, 12V/10A Active Clamp Forward, 1/8th Brick Form Factor - PMP7451 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7451?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design generates a 12V/10A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD18531Q5A, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for a highly efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard 1/8th brick footprint and includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1.2V @ 8A)
    PMP6577.2: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Digitally controlled power multiplexing and monitoring system
    PMP5927: PMP5927 is an I2C controlled 1:7 Power Mux and Monitoring System for DC distribution systems from 9 to 80 V. It is well suited for distributing power to TMAs (Tower Mounted Antennas), LED Arrays, and other DC systems needing sequencing, circuit protection, and monitoring via an I2C interface. With the built in USB to I2C converter, the PMP5927 can be easily used with only a USB to Mini USB cable and the downloadable GUI.
  • High Efficiency 200V/520W LLC Series Resonant Converter Reference Design - PMP10949 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10949?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP10949 is a high-efficiency LLC power supply reference design converting from 380VDC input to 200V/2.6A output. 96.7% efficiency is achieved at full load and over 95% efficiency at 150W load.
  • 240W sync buck converter achieves 98% efficiency
    PMP6703: This reference design uses the TPS40170 sync-buck voltage-mode controller to step 24V nominal (35V max) input down to 12V/20A. An external control signal can allow the circuit to enter hysteretic-mode operation while at no-load, or near no-load, to reduce the input current to less than 1mA. The converter achieves near 98% efficiency at full load.
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (5V @ 0.1A) - PMP4303.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4303: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • Low Voltage High Frequency Synchronous Buck Converter (5Vin to 1.05V@2A) Reference Design
    PMP5832.3: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • High Efficiency 410W AC/DC Power Supply Reference Design - PMP11282.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP11282: PMP11282 is a high-efficiency AC/DC power supply reference design with universal AC input and 24V/17A output. Interleaved transition mode PFC and LLC series resonant converter is applied for 24V/17A main power. A PSR Flyback with MOSFET integrated controller is applied as the auxiliary supply. 91.98% efficiency is achieved at low line and full load. 94.61% efficiency is achieved at high line and full load.
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/12V/20V @ 5A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design - PMP10698.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10698: PMP10698 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 12V or 20V at 5A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 6.25A.
  • 5V Input Dual Sync Buck (1.8V@ 1A)
    PMP5136.2: This reference design uses the TPS54292 dual synchronous buck converter to generate 3.3V and 1.8V outputs from a 5V input. Both outputs can deliver up to 1A. With ceramic output capacitors, this design offers a low cost, efficient and compact solution.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated Multi-Output Power Supply with Pre-Boost for Automotive Cluster Unit
    PMP9477: The PMP9477 design is a conducted EMI optimized multi-output power supply for automotive cluster units. The power supply has a pre-boost stage for cold crank and start-stop operation and two buck regulators. The pre-boost stage features the LM3481 boost controller and will start to operate and regulate a 9.5V output when the input voltage drops below 9.5V. It makes the design a wide input voltage range of 4.5V to 38V suitable for 12V automotive battery systems. The design has two buck regulators following the pre-boost to generate 3 output voltages: the first stage buck generates a 5V, 2A output using the LM26003, and the second stage generates two outputs of 2.8V, 2A and 1.8V, 2A using the LM26420 (the max output power is 15W). The LM26003 is a wide Vin non-synchronous buck regulator, and the LM26420 is a 5V input dual 2A, high frequency synchronous buck regulator. All three ICs are available in automotive grade versions, qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. The board layout is optimized for improved conducted EMI performance. The power inductor in the pre-boost stage is utilized as an input EMI filter, and thus no additional filter components are required. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements.
  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design - PMP9668.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9668: BQ24745 is a host controlled synchronous buck battery charger capable of charging batteries at up to 19.2V and up to 8 A normally, extended to 10 A with use of 8 mOhm battery sense resistor. The power train is capable of 8 A with convection only cooling and 10 A with moderate fan cooling (~200 LFM). The Test Report includes Thermal images for both cases. While the design shows a 28 pin MSP430 as the host, any processor with SMBus capability will work. A 5/12V 2A auxiliary converter using TPS54335, and 5V 4A with TPS40170 with 2x CSD18504 are provided. For the two USB ports, the design provides TPS2561A for power switching and TPS2513A for control. A linear TPS70933 provides the 3.3V for the MSP430 and interface signals. A rich Test Interface allows full testing of hardware in the absence of software and then provides multiple interface choices for software development.
  • SEPIC Converter Regulates 0.5A in LED String Reference Design - PMP8943 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8943?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This wide input voltage range SEPIC operates from an input of 6V - 36V and regulates the current in a string of 8 LEDs to 0.5A. An external PWM input allows dimming over a wide duty cycle.
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  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design - PMP9668.6 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9668: BQ24745 is a host controlled synchronous buck battery charger capable of charging batteries at up to 19.2V and up to 8 A normally, extended to 10 A with use of 8 mOhm battery sense resistor. The power train is capable of 8 A with convection only cooling and 10 A with moderate fan cooling (~200 LFM). The Test Report includes Thermal images for both cases. While the design shows a 28 pin MSP430 as the host, any processor with SMBus capability will work. A 5/12V 2A auxiliary converter using TPS54335, and 5V 4A with TPS40170 with 2x CSD18504 are provided. For the two USB ports, the design provides TPS2561A for power switching and TPS2513A for control. A linear TPS70933 provides the 3.3V for the MSP430 and interface signals. A rich Test Interface allows full testing of hardware in the absence of software and then provides multiple interface choices for software development.
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1V @ 12A)
    PMP6577.1: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Automotive input range (10V - 50V) SEPIC LED driver
    PMP6877: This reference design uses the TPS40211 current mode controller in a SEPIC converter to regulate the current in a series string of 12 to 14 LEDs (44V) at 0.5A. Efficiency is greater than 88%.
  • 340W Digital Controlled LLC Resonant Half-Bridge DC-to-DC Power Conversion Reference Design - TIDA-00512 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00512?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design is a LLC resonant half-bridge DC-DC power converter with digital control using 3138ACC32EVM-149 daughter-card. The daughter-card control functions with preloaded firmware providing the required control functions for a LLC resonant half-bridge converter. The TIDA-00512 (3138ALLCEVM-150) accepts a DC input from 350VDC to 400VDC, and outputs a nominal 12VDC with full load output power of 340W, or full output current of 29A. As seen at APEC
  • 12VDC Input, 6A White LED Driver With PWM Dimming
    PMP4217: This reference design drives a single white LED at 6A or 3A from a 12Vdc input. The TPS40190 controls a synchronous buck power stage with over 92 percent efficiency. The LED current can be toggled between two levels (3A and 6A) through a simple logic signal. The LED can also be PWM-dimmed through an external clock signal. An enable signal is also provided.
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1.8V @ 2.6A)
    PMP6577.3: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • 48Vin, 300W 1/8brick Digital Module with GaN FET Reference Design
    PMP4435.2: The PMP4435 is a DC-DC isolated digital module with GaN mosfet reference design targeted for industrial and telecom applications. The DC input range is 36V-60V, with 12V typical and the output is 12V/5A. An digital controller UCD3138A is used in the design. The efficiency is up to 95.8% with good thermal performance.
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (5V @ 0.1A)
    PMP4303.1: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • Direct Type and Local Dimming for Conventional TV power with an LED driver, no boost DC/DC - PMP4298A - TI Tool Folder
  • Public Announcement Audio Reference Design utilizing best in class Boost Controller
    PMP10710: PMP10710 is a 200W design for public announcement audio system which can be used in 100W +100W Stereo or 200W Woofer Applications. The design is broadly divided into four main stages:
  • Non sync buck controller with 24V input and 18V @ 4.2A output
    PMP7755: PMP7755 is a non-synchronous buck controller for LM3409 with 24V DC input and 18V output @ 4.2A. The load is 9 strings with 6 LEDs per string. It uses a motion detector with PIR (passive infarared) dimming as well as 0-10V analog dimming. It has differential high side current sensing which enables setting the dimpoint on PIR. It also has a turn on/off delay.
  • Universal AC Input 5V/10A/50W PSR Flyback Power Supply With Over 89% Avg Efficiency Reference Design - PMP10974 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10974?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP10974 is a quasi-resonant Flyback power suppy based on the UCC28730 primary side regulation (PSR) controller. The elimination of optocoupler using PSR topology promises higher reliability and lower system cost. The design achieves less than 40mW standby power losses and over 89% average efficiency. The design also features UCC2463x synchronous rectification controller.
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (80V @ 350mA)
    PMP4862.2: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated 14W Multi-Output Power Supply for Automotive Cluster Unit Reference Design - PMP9458 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9458?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP9458 reference design is a conducted EMI optimized 2-layer board power supply for automotive cluster units. The power supply has two buck regulators in cascaded connection: the first stage buck generates a 5V, 2A output using the LM26003, and the second stage generates two outputs of 2.8V, 1.5A and 1.8V, 2A using the LM26420 (The max output power in total is 14W). The LM26003 is a wide Vin non-sync buck regulator, and the LM26420 is a 5V input dual 2A, high frequency sync buck regulator. They both have automotive grade versions, qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. The input voltage range of the design is 6.5V to 38V making it suitable for automotive 12V battery systems. The 2-layer board design has the PCB layout optimized and adds an input filter stage to improve the conducted EMI performance. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements.
  • 100VDC-650VDC Input 12V 40W Isolated Flyback
    PMP5067: The PMP5067 reference design uses the UCC28600 green-mode controller to generate an isolated 12V/3.4A output from a very wide 100Vdc to 650Vdc input range. The quasi-resonant switching of the UCC28600 allows this design to achieve a maximum load efficiency up to 88%, while the no load losses are less than 550mW.
  • Cranking Simulator Reference Design for Automotive Applications
    PMP7233: This design is a cranking simulator which generates three different cranking pulses to test automotive systems up to 50W. A microcontroller sets the output voltage of a synchronous buck in the range of 2-15V accordingly to the programmed curves. Output current is in the range of 3.3-25A. It is a complete system and all the information necessary to build the device is available.
  • High-Efficiency 4 Phase Synchronous Boost Conv for Automotive Trunk Amplifier App Reference Design - PMP7969 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7969?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP7969 is a very high efficiency 4 phase boost controller synchronizable to external clock. Light load efficiency is excellent due to phase shedding capability. Synchronous rectifier also improves efficiency. High effective switching frequency obtained with multiphase over single phase, and current sharing accuracy of ±10%. Bypass mode capable when Vin > Vout.
  • High Efficiency 15V@1.5A Synchronous Boost Converter Powers Solar Panel Controller Reference Design
    PMP9052: This synchronous boost converter operates from 4.5V to 15V input and achieves a peak efficiency of 99% at full load. Two size options for the inductor allow for high efficiency or reduced size.
  • 5KW Interleaved CCM Power Factor Correction Converter - PMP4311 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4311?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP4311 is for VFAC (Variable Frequency Air-Conditioner) applications, which use TI Interleaved CCM PFC controller UCC28070 to achieve 5KW two phases interleaved PFC and use UCC28610 as an auxiliary Flyback Power Supply.
  • Boost Power Supply for Automotive eCall System
    PMP7220.8: The reference design is an boost power supply for automotive eCall system. The eCall system is an in-vehicle emergency call service device; it automatically calls for help in the event of a car accident. The reference design is the input stage of the power supply, and it has a wide input voltage range from 4V to 40V, suitable for 12V car battery. The output is 9V, 1.5A (14.25W max) to power the whole eCall system. The power supply can be enabled/disabled by 3.3V or 5V logic signal.
  • Triple Buck - PMP4659 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4659?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP4659 is a triple-buck design using TPS5130. The input voltage range is 5.5-6.5V with 1.2V @ 3.7A, 1.8V @ 2.0A and 3.3V @ 1.5A on the synchronous buck outputs.
  • 5V Input Dual Sync Buck (3.3V @ 1A) - PMP5136.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5136: This reference design uses the TPS54292 dual synchronous buck converter to generate 3.3V and 1.8V outputs from a 5V input. Both outputs can deliver up to 1A. With ceramic output capacitors, this design offers a low cost, efficient and compact solution.
  • 240W sync buck converter achieves 98% efficiency - PMP6703 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6703?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design uses the TPS40170 sync-buck voltage-mode controller to step 24V nominal (35V max) input down to 12V/20A. An external control signal can allow the circuit to enter hysteretic-mode operation while at no-load, or near no-load, to reduce the input current to less than 1mA. The converter achieves near 98% efficiency at full load.
  • High Efficiency Dual Output 710W LLC Series Resonant Converter Reference Design - PMP10950.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10950: PMP10950 is a high-efficiency LLC power supply reference design converting from 380VDC input to 85V/7A and 12V/9.5A outputs. Over 94% efficiency is achieved at 710W full load and over 93% efficiency at half load.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated Multi-Output Power Supply with Pre-Boost for Automotive Cluster Unit - PMP9477 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9477?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP9477 design is a conducted EMI optimized multi-output power supply for automotive cluster units. The power supply has a pre-boost stage for cold crank and start-stop operation and two buck regulators. The pre-boost stage features the LM3481 boost controller and will start to operate and regulate a 9.5V output when the input voltage drops below 9.5V. It makes the design a wide input voltage range of 4.5V to 38V suitable for 12V automotive battery systems. The design has two buck regulators following the pre-boost to generate 3 output voltages: the first stage buck generates a 5V, 2A output using the LM26003, and the second stage generates two outputs of 2.8V, 2A and 1.8V, 2A using the LM26420 (the max output power is 15W). The LM26003 is a wide Vin non-synchronous buck regulator, and the LM26420 is a 5V input dual 2A, high frequency synchronous buck regulator. All three ICs are available in automotive grade versions, qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. The board layout is optimized for improved conducted EMI performance. The power inductor in the pre-boost stage is utilized as an input EMI filter, and thus no additional filter components are required. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements.
  • 350W PSU with Universal AC Input and 28V Output - Reference Design - PMP9531 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9531?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: High efficiency, high power factor and reliable power supply are the main focus of the PMP9531 design for motor driver applications. Transition mode (TM) power factor correction (PFC) with UCC28051 and LLC series resonant converter (SRC) with UCC25600 are applied in PMP9531. In addition, a high-side buck converter with UCC28710 is applied here as the bias supply. 93% converter efficiency is achieved at high line while still obtaining 90% converter efficiency at low line.
  • 50Vdc-60Vdc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 40V String) - PMP4936 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4936?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 40V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 50VDC to 60VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes synchronization, enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • 300 Watt Phase Shifted Full Bridge
    PMP6720: This design uses the UCC3895 Phase Shifted Full Bridge controller in a 48 volt to 14 volt at 20 amp isolated DC to DC converter. The converter achieves 94% efficiency with simple diode rectification.
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (80V @ 350mA) - PMP4862.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4862: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • Low Voltage High Frequency Synchronous Buck Converter (3.3Vin to 1.2V@3A) Reference Design
    PMP5832.5: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • Battery Charger with 50V DC Input 20A - PMP4308 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4308?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP4308 is a 50V DC in 20A battery charger solution which uses Buck upside-down topology. PWM controller UCC2809 is selected in the design.
  • 6-12V Input to 1.5V/1.5A Output Reference Design with CC/CV Controls - PMP10928 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10928?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP10928 reference design uses the TPS5402 non-synchronous Buck controller along with INA213 current shunt monitor to achieve CC/CV control for an 1.5V/1.5A output from 6-12V input voltage. +/-5% voltage regulation in CV mode and +/-5% in CC mode is achieved in this design. It is notable that this design allow the output voltage as low as 0.4V in CC mode.
  • Non-Isolated Push-Pull Converter Design
    PMP7887: This is a non-isolated forward push-pull converter design accepting 20V-to-50V input voltage and regulating the output to 36Vout @ 6A.
  • 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter
    PMP5726: The PMP5726 is 350W High Speed Full Bridge Phase Shift ZVT – Galvanic Isolated Full Bridge Synchronous Rectification DC/DC reference design. It is built for telecom applications to supply a RF Power Amplifier stage. The design is utilizing UCC28950 voltage mode forward and average current limitation backward converter (two quadrant converter). It is capable to modulate output voltage from 20V to 32V within 200us (at maximum 200uF of capacitive load) – so called: slow drain modulation. The converter has full load steps capability as well. It is a very small design for high sophisticated telecom applications. The system can be used also for every other two quadrant applications. Input voltage range: 36VDC-60VDC; Output voltage: 20VDC…32VDC (adjustable); Output current: 11.5A (18Apeak)
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1.8V @ 2.6A) - PMP6577.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6577: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design
    PMP9668.4: BQ24745 is a host controlled synchronous buck battery charger capable of charging batteries at up to 19.2V and up to 8 A normally, extended to 10 A with use of 8 mOhm battery sense resistor. The power train is capable of 8 A with convection only cooling and 10 A with moderate fan cooling (~200 LFM). The Test Report includes Thermal images for both cases. While the design shows a 28 pin MSP430 as the host, any processor with SMBus capability will work. A 5/12V 2A auxiliary converter using TPS54335, and 5V 4A with TPS40170 with 2x CSD18504 are provided. For the two USB ports, the design provides TPS2561A for power switching and TPS2513A for control. A linear TPS70933 provides the 3.3V for the MSP430 and interface signals. A rich Test Interface allows full testing of hardware in the absence of software and then provides multiple interface choices for software development.
  • Low Voltage High Frequency Synchronous Buck Converter (3.3Vin to 1.8V@2A) Reference Design
    PMP5832.6: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • Direct Type/ Local Dimming (Conventional TV power + Boost + LED driver) - PMP4298 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4298?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: In this topology, the UCC28051 is a boost transition mode (TM) power factor corrector (PFC), which can rectify an AC input line voltage to 380V DC; the resonant LLC stage UCC25600 regulates the output to 24V/2A for an audio amplifier with feedback to the LLC controller, and 48V for the LED driver input. The flyback with UCC28610 in parallel generates 5V/3A for the system board and 5V/1A for standby power. In the LED driver stage, the 48V input voltage requires another front end boost stage to boost the output voltage to 80V, which connects to the eight-channel TLC5960 with 20LEDs at 120mA per string.This technique is the most common type of current LED backlight; the LLC design is easily implemented. The intelligent headroom voltage monitor (oriHVM™) automatically minimizes the power loss caused by the LED forward voltage change. Only a single additional resistor regulates the boost dc-dc output voltage.
  • Multioutput Isolated Flyback Supplies 23V@1A, 16.9V@200mA and 9V@300mA from High-line Ref. Design
    PMP8582: The PMP8582 generates three output: 23V@1A, 16.9V@200mA (400mApeak T<10sec.) and 9V@300mA. The input voltage is 165V…265Vac. The main loop is closed to the 23Vout. A low power LM9364-20 tranfers the low AC voltage information to secondary side.
  • Mid Input Voltage Synchronous Buck Converter (28Vin to 3.3V@10A) Reference Design - PMP5832.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5832: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • Quad Phases Boost 12V to 28V@20A
    PMP4538: The PMP4538 uses a single controller to build a 4-phase Boost converter, delivering 560W (28V@20A). An input under-voltage and over-voltage protection has been provided.
  • 36V-75VDC Input, 12V/10A Active Clamp Forward, 1/8th Brick Form Factor
    PMP7451: This reference design generates a 12V/10A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD18531Q5A, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for a highly efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard 1/8th brick footprint and includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • High-Efficiency Backup Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9761: This reference design describes a backup power circuit which addresses instantaneous protection against power interruptions by using a buck-boost converter and a backup capacitor. The implementation is based on a completely integrated TPS63060 buck-boost converter circuit enabling a small total solution size. This configuration has been tested with a full test report and operation explanation.
  • FPGA/ DDR2 Supply
    PMP5712.1: The PMP5712.1 is the first block of a FPGA/DDR2 power supply. This block provide 5V @ 300mA, 1Amax from 8V…14V input voltage. An external 0…12V input enables the converter.
  • 8VDC-16VDC 7.6V/700mA LED Driver
    PMP4937: This reference design drives two series connected white LEDs at 700mA. The steady-state input range is 8VDC to 16VDC, but the circuit is designed to survive a 52VDC input transient condition. The TPS40211 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • Automotive Audio I2S over Coax Class D Amplifier Reference Design - TIDA-00223 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00223?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design is an I²S/TDM-based, low-cost, easy-to-use alternative to fiber optics/analog copper wire for connecting an automotive (sound) control panel to an output stage/power amplifier. Supporting I²S as well as TDM, it is capable of transmitting digital audio signal to 16 independent channels of speakers with each channel output of 80W at 4Ω. It also supports bidirectional communication with the control unit or processor via I²C, over a single shielded twisted pair (STP) or coaxial. Furthermore, the TIDA-00223 reference design enables fast implementation with power supply included, and it has all the protection and diagnostics requirements needed in modern cars.
  • High Eff 2Stage Univ Input Power Supply-Transition Mode PFC LLC Resonant Conv Reference Design - PMP8911 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8911?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: Low EMI, high efficiency, high power factor and reliable power supply are main focus of the PMP8911 design for telecom applications. Transient mode (TM) power factor correction (PFC) with UCC28051 and LLC series resonant converter (SRC) with UCC25600 are applied in PMP8911. Low EMI is expected with zero voltage switching on TM-PFC and LLC-SRC switches. An overall 92% efficiency is achieved at 100W full load. In addition, several protections are embedded into this design which includes input under-voltage protection, input over-voltage protection, output over-voltage protection, and output hic-cup over-power protection.
  • 36-60Vin, 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter with PSFB ZTE and HSHB Reference Design
    PMP7246.2: This is a 350W High Speed Full Bridge Phase Shift ZVT Synchronous Rectification DC/DC reference design. It is built for telecom applications to supply a RF Power Amplifier stage. The design is utilizing UCC28950 voltage mode forward and average current limitation backward converter (two quadrant converter). It can modulate output voltage from 20V to 32V within 200us (at maximum 200uF of capacitive load) – so called: slow drain modulation. The converter has full load steps capability as well. It is a very small design for high sophisticated telecom applications. The system can also be used for all other two quadrant applications. Input voltage range: 36VDC-60VDC; Output voltage: 20VDC…32VDC (adjustable); Output current: 12A (18Apeak).
  • Triple Buck
    PMP4659: PMP4659 is a triple-buck design using TPS5130. The input voltage range is 5.5-6.5V with 1.2V @ 3.7A, 1.8V @ 2.0A and 3.3V @ 1.5A on the synchronous buck outputs.
  • FPGA/ DDR2 Supply - PMP5712.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5712: This Buck converter accepts the 24V input from PMP5688.1 and supplies the digital part of the load in LED digital architectures.
  • High Efficiency 400W AC/DC Power Supply Reference Design - PMP11064.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP11064: PMP11064 is a high-efficiency AC/DC power supply reference design with universal AC input and 20V/20A output. Interleaved transition mode PFC and LLC series resonant converter is applied for 20V/20A main power. A PSR Flyback with MOSFET integrated controller is applied as the auxiliary supply. 91.2% efficiency is achieved at low line and full load. 93.1% efficiency is achieved at high line and full load.
  • Ultra-Wide Input Voltage Range PSR Flyback Converter Reference Design
    PMP10200: The PMP10200 reference design uses the UCC28700 primary-side regulated quasi-resonant flyback controller to generate a 28V output from an DC input. The input voltage range is between 25VDC and 520VDC. It is a low cost solution because no optocoupler is needed to regulate the output voltage.
  • Supercapacitor Backup Power Supply with Active Cell Balancing Reference Design - PMP9766 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9766?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design describes a backup power circuit which addresses instantaneous protection against power interruptions by using a buck-boost converter and two stacked supercapacitors. The implementation is based on a completely integrated TPS63020 buck-boost converter circuit enabling a small total solution size. The design also provides an active cell balancing circuit. This configuration has been tested with a full test report and operation explanation.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (.9V @ .5A)
  • Small Form Factor 12W Ultra Wide Range Power Supply for Protection Relays - Reference Design
    TIDA-00227: This small form factor, 12W power supply solution for protection relays handles an ultra-wide range of both AC and DC inputs making it a suitable platform to power a variety of lower power protection relays that need to be placed in a small housing. The power supply is designed to output industry standard voltages required in protection relays while also providing excellent line and load regulation. This solution has been engineered for high wattage with good efficiency and has also been pre-compliance tested for IEC61000-4 (EFT and Surge) and CISPR 11 Class A (Interference).
  • Altera Stratix Vgx Reference Design
    PMP9284: Reference Design for the Stratix Vgx. This design takes into account sequencing needs. Applicable for 25W applications
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (5V @ 0.2A)
    PMP4303.2: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • 48Vin, 300W 1/8brick Digital Module with GaN FET Reference Design - PMP4435.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4435: The PMP4435 is a DC-DC isolated digital module with GaN mosfet reference design targeted for industrial and telecom applications. The DC input range is 36V-60V, with 12V typical and the output is 12V/5A. An digital controller UCD3138A is used in the design. The efficiency is up to 95.8% with good thermal performance.
  • Bluetooth Low Energy keyboard reference design
    TIDM-BLE-KEYBOARD: This solution implements a keyboard for any operation system which supports HOGP (Hid Over GATT Profile). It is designed to have ultra low-power consumption for a substantial time working with Bluetooth Low Energy technology. CC2541 and MSP430 are used in this design to handle BLE stack, key-matrix scan and power management work.
  • 9.5V @ 1.5A Automotive Boost Converter - PMP8515 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8515?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design is a boost converter for automotive applications to boost the battery voltage to 9.5V @ 1.5A during cranking. It can withstand input peaks up to 40V.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar Microinverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks - PMP9461 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9461?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • Active Clamp Forward Quarter Brick (18 to 60Vdc Input 3.3V/12A) Reference Design - PMP8790 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8790?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design generates a 3.3V/12A output from a wide 18V-60V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD17501Q5A and CSD18502Q5B, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for an efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard quarter brick footprint and includes enable, positive rail remote sense, and output trimming features.
  • Class 4- Dual PoE+ (Power Over Ethernet)
    PMP6998.1: The PMP6998 reference design is an isolated Flyback which uses an LM5072 and is intended for Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications. It can generate isolated outputs of 3.3 Volts at 3.3 Amps and 5 Volts at 2 Amps from an input of 38 to 60 Volts DC. An auxiliary input supply of 12 Volts may also be used with this design.
  • Contactless Charger 30mA Single Li-Ion
    PMP4651: Complete wireless charger set for small Li-Ion battery charging system. The nominal output curent is 30mA on a single cell battery, while the intput comes from an USB source.
  • Cranking Simulator Reference Design for Automotive Applications - PMP7233 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7233?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design is a cranking simulator which generates three different cranking pulses to test automotive systems up to 50W. A microcontroller sets the output voltage of a synchronous buck in the range of 2-15V accordingly to the programmed curves. Output current is in the range of 3.3-25A. It is a complete system and all the information necessary to build the device is available.
  • Gauge Booster Pack Reference Design - TIDA-00586 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00586?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The TIDA-00586 reference design is a gauge that has been designed as a booster pack to fit on the TI Launchpad development boards. The use of this this board for development will reduce the time spent in design and test of the bq27421 gauge IC. You can select any appropriate charger to charge your battery. Attach your system to the gauge and you can monitor the current, voltage, SOC, and SOH of the battery under test.
  • Boost Power Supply for Automotive eCall System - PMP7220 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7220?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design is a buck converter for automotive as well as for non-automotive applications. It delivers an output voltage of 5.0V @ 70mA at an input voltage range of 9-14V. It can withstand input peaks up to 40V.
  • Boost (30V@0.7A) for Truck Lighting - PMP4687 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4687?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP4687 is a "load simulator" in the sense that it takes the energy from a 20 to 30V source (after the central unit of the load) and injects the current into the same source by stabilizing the input current (by means of INA193 and shunt resistor). Its typical application comes from LED lighting replacement on existing car and truck bulb replacement.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated 14W Multi-Output Power Supply for Automotive Cluster Unit Reference Design
    PMP9458: The PMP9458 reference design is a conducted EMI optimized 2-layer board power supply for automotive cluster units. The power supply has two buck regulators in cascaded connection: the first stage buck generates a 5V, 2A output using the LM26003, and the second stage generates two outputs of 2.8V, 1.5A and 1.8V, 2A using the LM26420 (The max output power in total is 14W). The LM26003 is a wide Vin non-sync buck regulator, and the LM26420 is a 5V input dual 2A, high frequency sync buck regulator. They both have automotive grade versions, qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. The input voltage range of the design is 6.5V to 38V making it suitable for automotive 12V battery systems. The 2-layer board design has the PCB layout optimized and adds an input filter stage to improve the conducted EMI performance. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements.
  • Three-Phase BLDC / PMSM Motor Drive with High-Performance Microcontrollers Reference Design
    TIDM-RM46XDRV8301KIT: This TI design describes a motor control evaluation kit for spinning 3-phase brushless DC and brushless AC (BLAC) - often referred to as permanent magnet synchronous (PMSM) – motors with example of sensorless Field Oriented / Vector Control (FOC). The implementation leverages the DRV8301 gate-driver IC as well as the TPS65381 Power-Management IC. This reference design can be used as a high-performance, power-efficient, cost-effective platform to speed up development of PMSM control algorithms.
  • 55Vdc-80Vdc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 50V String) - PMP4791 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4791?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 50V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 55VDC to 75VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes an enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • 220V-400VDC Input, 12V/160W Active Clamp Forward
    PMP7410: This reference design generates an isolated 12V/160W output from a high voltage DC input. This design is intended to operate from the output of PFC front end regulator. The UCC2897A is used to control an active clamp forward converter. Texas Instruments CSD18531Q5A synchronous rectifiers allow this design to achieve over 92% efficiency. An accurate current limit is provided by directly sensing the output current. A clock pulse output is also provided for synchronizing with other converters.
  • Sepic with Adjustable Output Voltage and Input Current Limit Reference Design
    PMP10151: This reference design provides an adjustable output voltage between 20V and 25V and an input voltage range of 10V to 14V. It also provides the functionality to limit the input current of the converter between 70mA and 135mA. The adjustable values are set by a VID interface which is either discrete or integrated.
  • Isolated Flyback, Bucks (9.6V@0.4A) for Consumer Applications
    PMP5539.1: This reference design is a multi-output isolated flyback, working from universal line. The main regulated output is 9.6V; it supplies the main load @ 400mA and two further outputs by means of low power buck converters. The converter takes advantage of the cascode-flyback topology and quasi-resonant working mode to deliver low EMI and good efficiency at light load. A small capacitive coupling circuit sends to the secondary side the information of the mains frequency.
  • Sepic with Adjustable Output Voltage and Input Current Limit Reference Design - PMP10151 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10151?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design provides an adjustable output voltage between 20V and 25V and an input voltage range of 10V to 14V. It also provides the functionality to limit the input current of the converter between 70mA and 135mA. The adjustable values are set by a VID interface which is either discrete or integrated.
  • High Efficiency 350W AC/DC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP11303.1: PMP11303 is high-efficiency AC/DC power supply reference design with universal AC input and 25V/13.5A and 12V/1A outputs. LLC+PFC combo IC UCC29950 is applied for the main power stages with 25V/13.5A output while UCC28730 is applied for the auxiliary power with 12V/1A output. This design has low no load power comsumption (152mW@230VAC) and over 93% peak efficiency. This design also meet 80PLUS Gold requirement for 115VAC Internal power supplies.
  • Power Solution for an Automotive Voltage Quality Module
    PMP7916: The PMP7916 is a boost converter that can be used by a voltage quality module in a start-stop car to condition the battery voltage seen by electronic loads. For such a car to utilize existing electronic assemblies, input voltage to the assemblies is not allowed to dip to 6V during warm cranking or else they will momentarily shut down. The PMP7916 keeps the input voltage above 10.5V during cranking, and bypasses the battery voltage when it goes above 12V. When boosting a low battery voltage during cranking, the PMP7916 can support a 500W load for 5 seconds.
  • LED Driver with 730mA @ 16 .. 32V and 9 .. 19V input voltage range - PMP5748 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5748?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design is a LED driver providing an ouput current of 730mA within an voltage range of 16-32V. The input voltage range is 9-19V.
  • 120Vac Single Stage Non-Dimmable 50W LED Driver Reference Design - PMP6017 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6017?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design provides a high power ( 50W ) non-isolated, non-dimming LED driver based on the TPS92074. With a nominal input of 120VAC and input range covering 108VAC to 132VAC, the design provides 1 Amp of output current to a 47V nominal stack of LEDs (~16 LEDs). The Buck PFC provides high power factor and low THD.
  • 20W AC/DC PSR isolated LED Driver for T8 - PMP4330 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4330?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design demonstrates low cost, high PF LED Driver solution for T8, which includes single stage Flyback with Primary Side Regulation topology using TPS92310. The input range is 85~265Vac and output is 38~42V 420mA or 26~42V 420mA
  • LED backlight driver 48V@0.26A - PMP6701 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6701?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This SEPIC converter provides a regulated 0.26A of the current into a string of 6 to 13 LEDs. It can operate over the range of 6V to 18V and can handle a transient of 80V. The LEDs can be PWM dimmed over a 5% - 95% duty cycle and achieves an efficiency of 90%.
  • PoE interface, battery charger & uC supply - PMP4745 - TI Tool Folder
  • High Efficiency 15V@1.5A Synchronous Boost Converter Powers Solar Panel Controller Reference Design - PMP9052 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9052?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This synchronous boost converter operates from 4.5V to 15V input and achieves a peak efficiency of 99% at full load. Two size options for the inductor allow for high efficiency or reduced size.
  • SMBus 1- to 4-cell Hybrid Power Boost Mode Battery Charge Controller Reference Design - TIDA-00657 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00657?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The TIDA-00657 reference design enables high efficiency (90+% @1-2A) and faster charge with high charging current up to 3A. The design uses TI's BQ24780 Industrial Innovative Charge Controlller with Hybrid Power Boost Mode and also features power and processor hot monitoring capability.
  • Wide Vin Buck Converter in TO-220 Packaging - Reference Design
    PMP9450: PMP9450 is a reference design that is done so that the LM46002 can be evaluated in designs that use the LM2592HV. The board is pin and function compliant with the LM2592HV in TO-220. The design methodology was such that all external components used on the LM2592HV board were kept the same, and only the functional device was replaced with the small daughter board as seen in the photos.
  • 85VAC-265VAC 12V/40W Output Green-mode Adaptor - PMP5089 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5089?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP5089 reference design uses the UCC28600 green-mode controller to generate a 12V/40W regulated output. The quasi-resonant switching of the UCC28600 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency is over 87%, while the no load losses are less than 250mW.
  • High-Eff 2Stage Univ Input Pwr Supply Using Trans Mode PFC/LLC Resonant Conv Reference Design
    PMP8920: Low EMI, high efficiency, high power factor and reliable power supply are main focus of the PMP8920 design for telecom applications. Transient mode (TM) power factor correction (PFC) with UCC28051 and LLC series resonant converter (SRC) with UCC25600 are applied in PMP8911. In addition, synchronous rectifier (SR) IC UCC24610 is applied to LLC output rectifier stage. Low EMI is expected with zero voltage switching on TM-PFC and LLC-SRC switches. An overall 91% efficiency is achieved at 100W full load. In addition, several protections are embedded into this design which includes input under-voltage protection, input over-voltage protection, output over-voltage protection, and output hic-cup over-power protection.
  • PoE interface, battery charger & uC supply
  • Non-Isolated Push-Pull Converter Design - PMP7887 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7887?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This is a non-isolated forward push-pull converter design accepting 20V-to-50V input voltage and regulating the output to 36Vout @ 6A.
  • Low Voltage High Frequency Synchronous Buck Converter (3.3Vin to 1.2V@3A) Reference Design - PMP5832.5 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5832: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • Boost (30V@0.7A) for Truck Lighting
    PMP4687: The PMP4687 is a "load simulator" in the sense that it takes the energy from a 20 to 30V source (after the central unit of the load) and injects the current into the same source by stabilizing the input current (by means of INA193 and shunt resistor). Its typical application comes from LED lighting replacement on existing car and truck bulb replacement.
  • Quad Phases Boost 12V to 28V@20A - PMP4538 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4538?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP4538 uses a single controller to build a 4-phase Boost converter, delivering 560W (28V@20A). An input under-voltage and over-voltage protection has been provided.
  • Dual buck, 1.8V @ 1.5A / 1.2V @ 2.5A - PMP4654 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4654?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP4654 is a dual-buck design using TPS5130. The input voltage range is 4.5-5.5V with 1.2V @ 2.5A and 1.8V @ 1.5A on the two synchronous buck outputs.
  • 80V dc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 60V String) - PMP4154 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4154?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 60V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 70VDC to 90VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes an enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • Charger Booster Pack Reference Design - TIDA-00587 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00587?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The TIDA-00587 reference design is a charger that has been designed as a booster pack to fit on the TI Launchpad development boards. The use of this this board for development will reduce the time spent in design and test of the bq24250 charger IC. You can charger your battery and using the on board electronic load you can discharge your battery. This will allow you to do cycle testing to measure your batteries performance and capabilities when charging with the bq24250 charger.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated Multi-Output Power Supply with Pre-Boost for Automotive Cluster Unit - PMP9477.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9477: The PMP9477 design is a conducted EMI optimized multi-output power supply for automotive cluster units. The power supply has a pre-boost stage for cold crank and start-stop operation and two buck regulators. The pre-boost stage features the LM3481 boost controller and will start to operate and regulate a 9.5V output when the input voltage drops below 9.5V. It makes the design a wide input voltage range of 4.5V to 38V suitable for 12V automotive battery systems. The design has two buck regulators following the pre-boost to generate 3 output voltages: the first stage buck generates a 5V, 2A output using the LM26003, and the second stage generates two outputs of 2.8V, 2A and 1.8V, 2A using the LM26420 (the max output power is 15W). The LM26003 is a wide Vin non-synchronous buck regulator, and the LM26420 is a 5V input dual 2A, high frequency synchronous buck regulator. All three ICs are available in automotive grade versions, qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. The board layout is optimized for improved conducted EMI performance. The power inductor in the pre-boost stage is utilized as an input EMI filter, and thus no additional filter components are required. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks
    PMP9461.3: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • 13.65V@1.5A 20W with UCC28610
    PMP5600: This PMP5600 is a quasi-resonant isolated flyback, starting from high line and delivering 13.65V @ 1.5A. The converter "reads" the mains frequency by means of capacitors and a small SOT-23 Mosfet. A short on a test point reduces the output voltage to 8.34V performing a battery test function
  • Dual buck, 1.8V @ 1.5A / 1.2V @ 2.5A
    PMP4654: PMP4654 is a dual-buck design using TPS5130. The input voltage range is 4.5-5.5V with 1.2V @ 2.5A and 1.8V @ 1.5A on the two synchronous buck outputs.
  • High Power LED Driver (3.0A @ 18-26V)
    PMP8522: This design is a LED driver for automotive applications. It has dimming capability (60 Hz @ 0.1-4ms on-time) and is thermally designed to work with a maximum duty cycle of 25%.
  • Input voltage referenced Boost LED-Driver
  • 5V Input Dual Sync Buck (1.8V@ 1A) - PMP5136.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5136: This reference design uses the TPS54292 dual synchronous buck converter to generate 3.3V and 1.8V outputs from a 5V input. Both outputs can deliver up to 1A. With ceramic output capacitors, this design offers a low cost, efficient and compact solution.
  • Low Voltage High Frequency Synchronous Buck Converter (5Vin to 1.05V@2A) Reference Design - PMP5832.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5832: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • LM3448 – 220VAC, 8W Dimmable Isolated
    PMP8001: This demonstration board highlights the performance of a LM3448 based Flyback LED driver solution that can be used to power a single LED string consisting of 6 / 7 series connected LEDs from an 198 VRMS to 264 VRMS, 50 Hz input power supply. The integrated high-voltage and low Rdson MOSFET reduces design complexity while improving LED driver efficiency. This is a two-layer board using the bottom and top layer for component placement. The demonstration board can be modified to adjust the LED forward current, the number of series connected LEDs that are driven and the switching frequency. Refer to the LM3448 datasheet for detailed instructions. A bill of materials is included that describes the parts used on this demonstration board
  • Contactless Battery Charger - PMP2562 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP2562?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design is a very small resonant Flyback converter coupled via air (few millimeter distance) from a "receiver". ~ 250mW is wirelessly transferred with an efficiency of 65%.
  • 220V-400VDC Input, 12V/100W Active Clamp Forward - PMP6961 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6961?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design generates an isolated 12V/100W output from a high voltage DC input. This design is intended to operate from the output of a PFC front end regulator. The UCC2897A is used to control an active clamp forward converter. Self-driven synchronous rectifiers allow for over 91% efficiency. An accurate current limit is provided by directly sensing the output current. A clock pulse output is also provided for synchronizing with other converters.
  • Low Voltage High Frequency Synchronous Buck Converter (3.3Vin to 2.5V@3A) Reference Design
    PMP5832.7: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • Non sync buck controller with 32 to 36V input and 29.2V @ 6A output
    PMP7757: PMP7757 is a non-synchronous buck controller with 32V to 36V DC input and 29.2V@ 6A output.
  • Sepic, 6.0V @ 1.5A
    PMP7155: A Sepic converter with wide input voltage range and an output of 6.0V @ 1.5A.
  • Boost (20V- 40V @ 500mA) for LED Lighting - PMP4740 - TI Tool Folder
  • Buck-Boost for Telecom -3--6V dc@6A - PMP4293 - TI Tool Folder
  • Isolated Flyback, Bucks (5V@1.5A) for Consumer Applications
    PMP5539.3: This reference design is a multi-output isolated flyback, working from universal line. The main regulated output is 9.6V; it supplies the main load @ 400mA and two further outputs by means of low power buck converters. The converter takes advantage of the cascode-flyback topology and quasi-resonant working mode to deliver low EMI and good efficiency at light load. A small capacitive coupling circuit sends to the secondary side the information of the mains frequency.
  • 100VDC-650VDC Input 12V 40W Isolated Flyback - PMP5067 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5067?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP5067 reference design uses the UCC28600 green-mode controller to generate an isolated 12V/3.4A output from a very wide 100Vdc to 650Vdc input range. The quasi-resonant switching of the UCC28600 allows this design to achieve a maximum load efficiency up to 88%, while the no load losses are less than 550mW.
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1V @ 12A) - PMP6577.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6577: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Multioutput Isolated Flyback Supplies 23V@1A, 16.9V@200mA and 9V@300mA from High-line Ref. Design - PMP8582 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8582?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP8582 generates three output: 23V@1A, 16.9V@200mA (400mApeak T<10sec.) and 9V@300mA. The input voltage is 165V…265Vac. The main loop is closed to the 23Vout. A low power LM9364-20 tranfers the low AC voltage information to secondary side.
  • Input voltage referenced Boost LED-Driver - PMP5582 - TI Tool Folder
  • Positive 12V to -4.35V/15A Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP8928: This reference design uses the TPS40170 sync buck controller to generate a -4.35V/15A output from a +12V input voltage. This circuit achieves greater than 94% efficiency at full load.
  • SEPIC (13.5 - 18.0V @ 1.2A) for LED Drivers
    PMP4729: PMP4729 is a wide input voltage range (8024V) LED driver for automotive application. It supplies a string of 3-4 LEDs (13.5 .. 18V) with a current of 1.2A. The converter with TPS40211 is in sepic configuration, has a dimming input (100..200 Hz PWM) and additional circuitry for input protection (transient protection, active reverse polarity protection).
  • 230-V, 400-W High Efficiency Battery Charger w/PFC and LLC for 36-V Power Tools Reference Design
    TIDA-00355: The design is a 400-W high efficiency battery charger power supply designed to charge wide range of batteries in the voltage range of 20V to 42V and ideal for 10-Cell Li-Ion battery pack used in cordless Power Tools and Garden Tools. The design has boost PFC pre-regulator stage opearting at an efficiency of 96%. It provides high Power Factor(PF) of >0.99 and meets PFC regulation as per IEC61000-3-2 class A. The main converter stage is realised using LLC configuration and operates at an efficiency of 96% at full load. The charger is designed for input voltage range of 175V – 265V AC. The design form factor (230mm x 80mm) is compact for the power level of 400W. The design has an operating overall system efficiency of 92% at full load, with voltage and current regulation within +/- 3%. The EMI filter at the front end of the circuit is designed to meet EN55011 class A conducted emission levels.
  • 36V to 75V input, 26V to 33V output @ 1A
    PMP7004: 30W telecom active clamp forward converter w/ 4-bit VID i/f to modulate output voltage in a range 26Vdc to 33Vdc
  • Supercapacitor Backup Power Supply with Active Cell Balancing Reference Design
    PMP9766: This reference design describes a backup power circuit which addresses instantaneous protection against power interruptions by using a buck-boost converter and two stacked supercapacitors. The implementation is based on a completely integrated TPS63020 buck-boost converter circuit enabling a small total solution size. The design also provides an active cell balancing circuit. This configuration has been tested with a full test report and operation explanation.
  • Synchronous Buck Converter 3.3V @ 2.0A - PMP5640 - TI Tool Folder
  • Ultra-Wide Input Voltage Range PSR Flyback Converter Reference Design - PMP10200 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10200?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP10200 reference design uses the UCC28700 primary-side regulated quasi-resonant flyback controller to generate a 28V output from an DC input. The input voltage range is between 25VDC and 520VDC. It is a low cost solution because no optocoupler is needed to regulate the output voltage.
  • 340W Digital Controlled LLC Resonant Half-Bridge DC-to-DC Power Conversion Reference Design
    TIDA-00512: This design is a LLC resonant half-bridge DC-DC power converter with digital control using 3138ACC32EVM-149 daughter-card. The daughter-card control functions with preloaded firmware providing the required control functions for a LLC resonant half-bridge converter. The TIDA-00512 (3138ALLCEVM-150) accepts a DC input from 350VDC to 400VDC, and outputs a nominal 12VDC with full load output power of 340W, or full output current of 29A. As seen at APEC
  • Low Voltage High Frequency Synchronous Buck Converter (5Vin to 1.5V@3A) Reference Design
    PMP5832.4: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • Positive 12V to -4.35V/15A Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design - PMP8928 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8928?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design uses the TPS40170 sync buck controller to generate a -4.35V/15A output from a +12V input voltage. This circuit achieves greater than 94% efficiency at full load.
  • 6W Automotive Boost LED Driver Reference Design with Synchronization
    PMP8730: The PMP8730 reference design shows how a 6W automotive LED driver for 200mA load current can be realized. The input voltage can be in a range of 6V to 18V and also withstands surge up to 42V. The LED driver can be synchronized to an external clock.
  • 36V-75VDC Input, 5V/20A Active Clamp Forward, 1/8th Brick Form Factor - PMP8366 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8366?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design generates a 5V/20A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD17312Q5, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for a highly efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard 1/8th brick footprint and includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • SEPIC Converter Regulates 0.5A in LED String Reference Design
    PMP8943: This wide input voltage range SEPIC operates from an input of 6V - 36V and regulates the current in a string of 8 LEDs to 0.5A. An external PWM input allows dimming over a wide duty cycle.
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/12V/20V @ 5A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design - PMP10698.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10698: PMP10698 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 12V or 20V at 5A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 6.25A.
  • Sync Buck for Global Systems for Mobile (GSM) (6.5V @ 7.5A)
    PMP1908.2: This design implements three sync buck converters with remote sensing and built-in-test (BIT) functionality. Overall efficiency is greater than 90%.
  • Non sync buck controller with 32 to 36V input and 29.2V @ 6A output - PMP7757 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7757?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP7757 is a non-synchronous buck controller with 32V to 36V DC input and 29.2V@ 6A output.
  • LED Boost 350mA/700mA with Dimming
    PMP4524: universal dimmable DC/DC LED driver in boost configuration for strings up to eight LEDs scalable for 350mA or 700mA output current
  • Sepic, 6.0V @ 1.5A - PMP7155 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7155?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: A Sepic converter with wide input voltage range and an output of 6.0V @ 1.5A.
  • FPGA/ DDR2 Supply
    PMP5712.3: The third block (PMP5712.3) delivers also two outputs, 3.3V @ 2A and 1.2V @ 2A from the same 5V bus voltage. The sequencing is the same like the second block.
  • 5V/2.5A AC/DC Flyback PSU for USB Adaptor Applications Reference Design - PMP8965 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8965?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP8965 is a 12.5W USB adapter reference design using the UCC28740 quasi-resonant/discontinues flyback controller, with synchronous rectification to improve efficiency using the UCC24610 Green Rectifier Controller.
  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design
    PMP9668.2: BQ24745 is a host controlled synchronous buck battery charger capable of charging batteries at up to 19.2V and up to 8 A normally, extended to 10 A with use of 8 mOhm battery sense resistor. The power train is capable of 8 A with convection only cooling and 10 A with moderate fan cooling (~200 LFM). The Test Report includes Thermal images for both cases. While the design shows a 28 pin MSP430 as the host, any processor with SMBus capability will work. A 5/12V 2A auxiliary converter using TPS54335, and 5V 4A with TPS40170 with 2x CSD18504 are provided. For the two USB ports, the design provides TPS2561A for power switching and TPS2513A for control. A linear TPS70933 provides the 3.3V for the MSP430 and interface signals. A rich Test Interface allows full testing of hardware in the absence of software and then provides multiple interface choices for software development.
  • 36V-75VDC Input, 5V/20A Active Clamp Forward, 1/8th Brick Form Factor
    PMP8366: This reference design generates a 5V/20A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD17312Q5, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for a highly efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard 1/8th brick footprint and includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • 80V dc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 60V String)
    PMP4154: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 60V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 70VDC to 90VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes an enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (80V @ 350mA)
    PMP4862.4: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • Class 4- Dual PoE+ (Power Over Ethernet)
    PMP6998.2: The PMP6998 reference design is an isolated Flyback which uses an LM5072 and is intended for Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications. It can generate isolated outputs of 3.3 Volts at 3.3 Amps and 5 Volts at 2 Amps from an input of 38 to 60 Volts DC. An auxiliary input supply of 12 Volts may also be used with this design.
  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design
    PMP9668.3: BQ24745 is a host controlled synchronous buck battery charger capable of charging batteries at up to 19.2V and up to 8 A normally, extended to 10 A with use of 8 mOhm battery sense resistor. The power train is capable of 8 A with convection only cooling and 10 A with moderate fan cooling (~200 LFM). The Test Report includes Thermal images for both cases. While the design shows a 28 pin MSP430 as the host, any processor with SMBus capability will work. A 5/12V 2A auxiliary converter using TPS54335, and 5V 4A with TPS40170 with 2x CSD18504 are provided. For the two USB ports, the design provides TPS2561A for power switching and TPS2513A for control. A linear TPS70933 provides the 3.3V for the MSP430 and interface signals. A rich Test Interface allows full testing of hardware in the absence of software and then provides multiple interface choices for software development.
  • High Fidelity 175W Class-D Audio Amplifier with Digital Inputs and Processing Reference Design - TIDA-00874 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00874?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design turns the extremely high performance analog input TPA3251D2 Class-D amplifier into a digital input system with audio processing using the highly versatile PCM5242 differential output DAC. Now the full performance of TPA3251D2 amplifier can be realized with a variety of digital input sources. The analog differential output and high SNR of the PCM5242 DAC is a perfect match to the fully differential analog input of the TPA3251D2 amplifier achieving outstanding noise performance and extremely low distortion. With the miniDSP on the PCM5242, audio processing and filtering can be added to further enhance audio performance in the end equipment.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated Multi-Output Power Supply with Pre-Boost for Automotive Cluster Unit
    PMP9477.2: The PMP9477 design is a conducted EMI optimized multi-output power supply for automotive cluster units. The power supply has a pre-boost stage for cold crank and start-stop operation and two buck regulators. The pre-boost stage features the LM3481 boost controller and will start to operate and regulate a 9.5V output when the input voltage drops below 9.5V. It makes the design a wide input voltage range of 4.5V to 38V suitable for 12V automotive battery systems. The design has two buck regulators following the pre-boost to generate 3 output voltages: the first stage buck generates a 5V, 2A output using the LM26003, and the second stage generates two outputs of 2.8V, 2A and 1.8V, 2A using the LM26420 (the max output power is 15W). The LM26003 is a wide Vin non-synchronous buck regulator, and the LM26420 is a 5V input dual 2A, high frequency synchronous buck regulator. All three ICs are available in automotive grade versions, qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. The board layout is optimized for improved conducted EMI performance. The power inductor in the pre-boost stage is utilized as an input EMI filter, and thus no additional filter components are required. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements. As seen at APEC
  • Three-Phase BLDC / PMSM Motor Drive with High-Performance Microcontrollers Reference Design - TIDM-RM46XDRV8301KIT - TI Tool Folder
    TIDM-RM46XDRV8301KIT?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This TI design describes a motor control evaluation kit for spinning 3-phase brushless DC and brushless AC (BLAC) - often referred to as permanent magnet synchronous (PMSM) – motors with example of sensorless Field Oriented / Vector Control (FOC). The implementation leverages the DRV8301 gate-driver IC as well as the TPS65381 Power-Management IC. This reference design can be used as a high-performance, power-efficient, cost-effective platform to speed up development of PMSM control algorithms.
  • Automotive Reverse Battery Protection Reference Design with Overcurrent and Overvoltage Shutoff
    PMP9498: The PMP9498 reference design is a complete front-end protection solution for automotive systems needing reverse voltage, over-voltage, and over-current protection. Load switch capability is also implemented to digitally control the connection and disconnection of the load to the input supply. The design meets the low Iq requirements for automotive applications during shutoff and features a strong gate current source (typ 30 mA) to drive high power MOSFETs for high current applications.
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/9V/12V @ 3A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design - PMP10624.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10624: PMP10624 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 9V or 12V at 3A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 4A.
  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design
    PMP9668.5: BQ24745 is a host controlled synchronous buck battery charger capable of charging batteries at up to 19.2V and up to 8 A normally, extended to 10 A with use of 8 mOhm battery sense resistor. The power train is capable of 8 A with convection only cooling and 10 A with moderate fan cooling (~200 LFM). The Test Report includes Thermal images for both cases. While the design shows a 28 pin MSP430 as the host, any processor with SMBus capability will work. A 5/12V 2A auxiliary converter using TPS54335, and 5V 4A with TPS40170 with 2x CSD18504 are provided. For the two USB ports, the design provides TPS2561A for power switching and TPS2513A for control. A linear TPS70933 provides the 3.3V for the MSP430 and interface signals. A rich Test Interface allows full testing of hardware in the absence of software and then provides multiple interface choices for software development.
  • 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter - PMP5726 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5726?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP5726 is 350W High Speed Full Bridge Phase Shift ZVT – Galvanic Isolated Full Bridge Synchronous Rectification DC/DC reference design. It is built for telecom applications to supply a RF Power Amplifier stage. The design is utilizing UCC28950 voltage mode forward and average current limitation backward converter (two quadrant converter). It is capable to modulate output voltage from 20V to 32V within 200us (at maximum 200uF of capacitive load) – so called: slow drain modulation. The converter has full load steps capability as well. It is a very small design for high sophisticated telecom applications. The system can be used also for every other two quadrant applications. Input voltage range: 36VDC-60VDC; Output voltage: 20VDC…32VDC (adjustable); Output current: 11.5A (18Apeak)
  • Class 3- 36V-72V Input 2.5V/5A Active Clamp Forward; 1/16 Brick - PMP6886 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6886?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP6886 reference design provides 2.5V at 5A from a standard 48V telecom input with greater than 88% efficiency. This design uses the UCC2897A active clamp controller along with TI NexFET synchronous rectifiers. The low gate thresholds of the CSD16323Q3 and CSD16406Q3 allow them to be driven directly from the transformer windings. The circuit is built in an industry standard 1/16 brick footprint. Auxilliary features of this design include remote sense, output over-voltage protection, output voltage trim and primary side enable control.
  • 3 LED Driver - PMP7866 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7866?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This is an LED driver/converter that can power up to three high output LEDs. It has an input voltage range of 9V-to-16Vin and an output of 10.5Vout @ 1A.
  • 6W Automotive Boost LED Driver Reference Design with Synchronization - PMP8730 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8730?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP8730 reference design shows how a 6W automotive LED driver for 200mA load current can be realized. The input voltage can be in a range of 6V to 18V and also withstands surge up to 42V. The LED driver can be synchronized to an external clock.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated Multi-Output Power Supply with Pre-Boost for Automotive Cluster Unit - PMP9477.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9477: The PMP9477 design is a conducted EMI optimized multi-output power supply for automotive cluster units. The power supply has a pre-boost stage for cold crank and start-stop operation and two buck regulators. The pre-boost stage features the LM3481 boost controller and will start to operate and regulate a 9.5V output when the input voltage drops below 9.5V. It makes the design a wide input voltage range of 4.5V to 38V suitable for 12V automotive battery systems. The design has two buck regulators following the pre-boost to generate 3 output voltages: the first stage buck generates a 5V, 2A output using the LM26003, and the second stage generates two outputs of 2.8V, 2A and 1.8V, 2A using the LM26420 (the max output power is 15W). The LM26003 is a wide Vin non-synchronous buck regulator, and the LM26420 is a 5V input dual 2A, high frequency synchronous buck regulator. All three ICs are available in automotive grade versions, qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. The board layout is optimized for improved conducted EMI performance. The power inductor in the pre-boost stage is utilized as an input EMI filter, and thus no additional filter components are required. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements. As seen at APEC
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (12V @ 0.5A)
    PMP4303.3: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/9V/12V @ 3A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP10624.3: PMP10624 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 9V or 12V at 3A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 4A.
  • High Efficiency 350W AC/DC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP11303.2: PMP11303 is high-efficiency AC/DC power supply reference design with universal AC input and 25V/13.5A and 12V/1A outputs. LLC+PFC combo IC UCC29950 is applied for the main power stages with 25V/13.5A output while UCC28730 is applied for the auxiliary power with 12V/1A output. This design has low no load power comsumption (152mW@230VAC) and over 93% peak efficiency. This design also meet 80PLUS Gold requirement for 115VAC Internal power supplies.
  • High Efficiency 100W Active Clamp Forward 220V-400VDC Input, 28V/ 3.6A Reference Design
    PMP7453: This reference design generates an isolated 28V/100W output from a high voltage DC input. This design is intended to operate from the output of PFC front end regulator. The UCC2897A is used to control an active clamp forward converter. Self-driven synchronous rectifiers allow for over 92% efficiency. An accurate current limit is provided by directly sensing the output current. A clock pulse output is also provided for synchronizing with other converters.
  • Sync Buck for Global Systems for Mobile (GSM) (1.4V @ 3.2A)
    PMP1908.1: This design implements three sync buck converters with remote sensing and built-in-test (BIT) functionality. Overall efficiency is greater than 90%.
  • Altera Stratix Vgx Reference Design - PMP9284 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9284?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: Reference Design for the Stratix Vgx. This design takes into account sequencing needs. Applicable for 25W applications
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/12V/20V @ 5A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP10698.3: PMP10698 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 12V or 20V at 5A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 6.25A.
  • LM3445 – 220VAC, 7W Dimmable Isolated - PMP7751 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7751?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This demonstration board highlights the performance of a LM3445 based Flyback LED driver solution that can be used to power a single LED string consisting of 6 / 7 series connected LEDs from an 198 VRMS to 264 VRMS, 50 Hz input power supply. This is a two-layer board using the bottom and top layer for component placement. The demonstration board can be modified to adjust the LED forward current, the number of series connected LEDs that are driven and the switching frequency. Refer to the LM3445 datasheet for detailed instructions. A bill of materials is included that describes the parts used on this demonstration board.
  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design
    PMP9668.6: BQ24745 is a host controlled synchronous buck battery charger capable of charging batteries at up to 19.2V and up to 8 A normally, extended to 10 A with use of 8 mOhm battery sense resistor. The power train is capable of 8 A with convection only cooling and 10 A with moderate fan cooling (~200 LFM). The Test Report includes Thermal images for both cases. While the design shows a 28 pin MSP430 as the host, any processor with SMBus capability will work. A 5/12V 2A auxiliary converter using TPS54335, and 5V 4A with TPS40170 with 2x CSD18504 are provided. For the two USB ports, the design provides TPS2561A for power switching and TPS2513A for control. A linear TPS70933 provides the 3.3V for the MSP430 and interface signals. A rich Test Interface allows full testing of hardware in the absence of software and then provides multiple interface choices for software development.
  • Direct Type/ Local Dimming (Conventional TV power + Boost + LED driver)
    PMP4298: In this topology, the UCC28051 is a boost transition mode (TM) power factor corrector (PFC), which can rectify an AC input line voltage to 380V DC; the resonant LLC stage UCC25600 regulates the output to 24V/2A for an audio amplifier with feedback to the LLC controller, and 48V for the LED driver input. The flyback with UCC28610 in parallel generates 5V/3A for the system board and 5V/1A for standby power. In the LED driver stage, the 48V input voltage requires another front end boost stage to boost the output voltage to 80V, which connects to the eight-channel TLC5960 with 20LEDs at 120mA per string.This technique is the most common type of current LED backlight; the LLC design is easily implemented. The intelligent headroom voltage monitor (oriHVM™) automatically minimizes the power loss caused by the LED forward voltage change. Only a single additional resistor regulates the boost dc-dc output voltage.
  • 9V - 32V input to -28V/1.5A negative output buck-boost LED current regulator
    PMP6867: This reference design uses the TPS40170 sync buck controller in a buck-boost converter to regulate the current in a series string of 6 to 8 LEDs (-28V) at up to 1.5A. Efficiency is greater than 93%. The output current can be adjusted with an external control voltage.
  • 48Vin, 300W 1/8brick Digital Module with GaN FET Reference Design
    PMP4435.4: The PMP4435 is a DC-DC isolated digital module with GaN mosfet reference design targeted for industrial and telecom applications. The DC input range is 36V-60V, with 12V typical and the output is 12V/5A. An digital controller UCD3138A is used in the design. The efficiency is up to 95.8% with good thermal performance.
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (100V @ 1.2A)
    PMP4862.1: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks - PMP9461.4 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9461: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated Multi-Output Power Supply with Pre-Boost for Automotive Cluster Unit
    PMP9477.1: The PMP9477 design is a conducted EMI optimized multi-output power supply for automotive cluster units. The power supply has a pre-boost stage for cold crank and start-stop operation and two buck regulators. The pre-boost stage features the LM3481 boost controller and will start to operate and regulate a 9.5V output when the input voltage drops below 9.5V. It makes the design a wide input voltage range of 4.5V to 38V suitable for 12V automotive battery systems. The design has two buck regulators following the pre-boost to generate 3 output voltages: the first stage buck generates a 5V, 2A output using the LM26003, and the second stage generates two outputs of 2.8V, 2A and 1.8V, 2A using the LM26420 (the max output power is 15W). The LM26003 is a wide Vin non-synchronous buck regulator, and the LM26420 is a 5V input dual 2A, high frequency synchronous buck regulator. All three ICs are available in automotive grade versions, qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. The board layout is optimized for improved conducted EMI performance. The power inductor in the pre-boost stage is utilized as an input EMI filter, and thus no additional filter components are required. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements.
  • Audio Boom Box/Portable Speaker Reference Design with Efficient Boost Converter. - PMP9491 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9491?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP9491 is a 30W highly efficient and compact Portable Speaker/Audio Boom Box reference Design which can be used in 15W +15W Stereo or 30W Woofer Applications. The Power Source for the Design is 1 or 2 Li ion in Series . The design is broadly divided into three main stages:
  • 85VAC-265VAC 12V/40W Output Green-mode Adaptor
    PMP5089: The PMP5089 reference design uses the UCC28600 green-mode controller to generate a 12V/40W regulated output. The quasi-resonant switching of the UCC28600 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency is over 87%, while the no load losses are less than 250mW.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks
    PMP9461.5: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • Inverting Buck Boost Converter Using TPS40200 (12V to -8V@1.3A) Reference Design - PMP5026 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5026?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP5026 uses the TPS40200 in an inverting buck boost configuration to generate a negative output from a positive input. This type of circuit is useful in a number of applications including Audio, Communications, Military/Space etc. This design uses a nominal 12V input to generate an output of -8V@1.3A. The circuit also provides a way to synchronize and sequence this particular design with other power rails in the system.
  • Automotive eCall Power Supply Reference Design with Low Intermediate Voltage - PMP9769.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9769: This reference design includes a complete power management solution for a standalone emergency call (eCall) system in an automotive environment. The circuit is supplied directly from the car battery rail. It also manages a backup battery to power the eCall system while the car battery rail is not available. It includes power path management which routes the available power rail directly to four DC/DC converters which are supplying the required functional blocks of the eCall system. The solution is optimized to operate at maximum efficiency while powered from the backup battery.
  • Power Solution for an Automotive Voltage Quality Module - PMP7916 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7916?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP7916 is a boost converter that can be used by a voltage quality module in a start-stop car to condition the battery voltage seen by electronic loads. For such a car to utilize existing electronic assemblies, input voltage to the assemblies is not allowed to dip to 6V during warm cranking or else they will momentarily shut down. The PMP7916 keeps the input voltage above 10.5V during cranking, and bypasses the battery voltage when it goes above 12V. When boosting a low battery voltage during cranking, the PMP7916 can support a 500W load for 5 seconds.
  • 48Vin, 300W 1/8brick Digital Module with GaN FET Reference Design
    PMP4435.3: The PMP4435 is a DC-DC isolated digital module with GaN mosfet reference design targeted for industrial and telecom applications. The DC input range is 36V-60V, with 12V typical and the output is 12V/5A. An digital controller UCD3138A is used in the design. The efficiency is up to 95.8% with good thermal performance.
  • 9.5V @ 1.5A Automotive Boost Converter
    PMP8515: This design is a boost converter for automotive applications to boost the battery voltage to 9.5V @ 1.5A during cranking. It can withstand input peaks up to 40V.
  • High Eff 2Stage Univ Input Power Supply-Transition Mode PFC LLC Resonant Conv Reference Design
    PMP8911: Low EMI, high efficiency, high power factor and reliable power supply are main focus of the PMP8911 design for telecom applications. Transient mode (TM) power factor correction (PFC) with UCC28051 and LLC series resonant converter (SRC) with UCC25600 are applied in PMP8911. Low EMI is expected with zero voltage switching on TM-PFC and LLC-SRC switches. An overall 92% efficiency is achieved at 100W full load. In addition, several protections are embedded into this design which includes input under-voltage protection, input over-voltage protection, output over-voltage protection, and output hic-cup over-power protection.
  • Public Announcement Audio Reference Design utilizing best in class Boost Controller - PMP10710 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10710?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP10710 is a 200W design for public announcement audio system which can be used in 100W +100W Stereo or 200W Woofer Applications. The design is broadly divided into four main stages:
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.8V @ 4A) - PMP4742.6 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4742: PMP4742.6 supplies the DDR2 memory by means of TPS54620 (1.8V@3.5A) and TPS51200 (0.9V@0.5A). The DDR2 current is monitored by INA210 and shunt resistor.
  • Class 4- Dual PoE+ (Power Over Ethernet) - PMP6998.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6998: The PMP6998 reference design is an isolated Flyback which uses an LM5072 and is intended for Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications. It can generate isolated outputs of 3.3 Volts at 3.3 Amps and 5 Volts at 2 Amps from an input of 38 to 60 Volts DC. An auxiliary input supply of 12 Volts may also be used with this design.
  • 220V-400VDC Input, 12V/160W Active Clamp Forward - PMP7410 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7410?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design generates an isolated 12V/160W output from a high voltage DC input. This design is intended to operate from the output of PFC front end regulator. The UCC2897A is used to control an active clamp forward converter. Texas Instruments CSD18531Q5A synchronous rectifiers allow this design to achieve over 92% efficiency. An accurate current limit is provided by directly sensing the output current. A clock pulse output is also provided for synchronizing with other converters.
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/9V/12V @ 3A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP10624.1: PMP10624 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 9V or 12V at 3A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 4A.
  • Bluetooth Low Energy keyboard reference design - TIDM-BLE-KEYBOARD - TI Tool Folder
    TIDM-BLE-KEYBOARD?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This solution implements a keyboard for any operation system which supports HOGP (Hid Over GATT Profile). It is designed to have ultra low-power consumption for a substantial time working with Bluetooth Low Energy technology. CC2541 and MSP430 are used in this design to handle BLE stack, key-matrix scan and power management work.
  • 3 LED Driver
    PMP7866: This is an LED driver/converter that can power up to three high output LEDs. It has an input voltage range of 9V-to-16Vin and an output of 10.5Vout @ 1A.
  • 100V@0.28A Boost Converter operating at 550KHz Reference Design - PMP8913 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8913?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This high frequency discontinuous mode boost converter operates from 20V - 30V input and achieves 90% full load efficiency. Applications include transmitters operating in the AM radio band.
  • High Efficiency 100W Active Clamp Forward 220V-400VDC Input, 28V/ 3.6A Reference Design - PMP7453 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7453?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design generates an isolated 28V/100W output from a high voltage DC input. This design is intended to operate from the output of PFC front end regulator. The UCC2897A is used to control an active clamp forward converter. Self-driven synchronous rectifiers allow for over 92% efficiency. An accurate current limit is provided by directly sensing the output current. A clock pulse output is also provided for synchronizing with other converters.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (12V @ 1.1A) - PMP4742.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4742: PMP4742.1 comprises a negative input (-10.8V to -13.2V) to positive output (12V@1A average) inverting buck-boost converter with TPS40210; a hot swap circuit with TPS2420 quickly limits the output current to 2A peak.
  • 350W PSU with Universal AC Input and 28V Output - Reference Design
    PMP9531: High efficiency, high power factor and reliable power supply are the main focus of the PMP9531 design for motor driver applications. Transition mode (TM) power factor correction (PFC) with UCC28051 and LLC series resonant converter (SRC) with UCC25600 are applied in PMP9531. In addition, a high-side buck converter with UCC28710 is applied here as the bias supply. 93% converter efficiency is achieved at high line while still obtaining 90% converter efficiency at low line.
  • 65W High-efficiency CoC-5 tier2/DOE Level VI AC Adapter
    TIDA-00519: This is a high efficiency 65W AC/DC design for a Universal input (85Vac to 265Vac) to 19.5V @3.33A output exceeding CoC-5 Tier2 and DOE Level VI requirements for external power supplies using the LM5023 Quasi-Resontant Flyback Controller with UCC24630 Synchronous Rectification Controller and CSD19531Q5A MOSFET. Additionally the LM8364 reset controller is used to provide input line AC UVLO protection. As seen at APEC
  • LM3448 – 220VAC, 8W Dimmable Isolated - PMP8001 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8001?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This demonstration board highlights the performance of a LM3448 based Flyback LED driver solution that can be used to power a single LED string consisting of 6 / 7 series connected LEDs from an 198 VRMS to 264 VRMS, 50 Hz input power supply. The integrated high-voltage and low Rdson MOSFET reduces design complexity while improving LED driver efficiency. This is a two-layer board using the bottom and top layer for component placement. The demonstration board can be modified to adjust the LED forward current, the number of series connected LEDs that are driven and the switching frequency. Refer to the LM3448 datasheet for detailed instructions. A bill of materials is included that describes the parts used on this demonstration board
  • 360W Phase Shift Full Bridge Resonant LLC with High Side Low Side Driver Reference Design - TIDA-00381 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00381?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The power supply employs Full Bridge Resonant LLC with phase shift operating at ramp up, light load, low output voltage. This operating mode can replace PWM operating mode in LLC, which can improve efficiency signficantly in light load.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (24V @ 0.5A)
    PMP4742.2: PMP4742.2 is a simple and efficient non synchronous boost converter. It boosts the input 12V to 24V at 150mA nominal, 500mA maximum. Its enable pin is driven by power good signal from the hot swap TPS2420.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks - PMP9461.7 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9461: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • FPGA/ DDR2 Supply
    PMP5712.2: This Buck converter accepts the 24V input from PMP5688.1 and supplies the digital part of the load in LED digital architectures.
  • 120Vac Single Stage Non-Dimmable 50W LED Driver Reference Design
    PMP6017: This reference design provides a high power ( 50W ) non-isolated, non-dimming LED driver based on the TPS92074. With a nominal input of 120VAC and input range covering 108VAC to 132VAC, the design provides 1 Amp of output current to a 47V nominal stack of LEDs (~16 LEDs). The Buck PFC provides high power factor and low THD.
  • FPGA/ DDR2 Supply - PMP5712.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5712: The PMP5712.1 is the first block of a FPGA/DDR2 power supply. This block provide 5V @ 300mA, 1Amax from 8V…14V input voltage. An external 0…12V input enables the converter.
  • PSR Flyback Reference Design for 120V+/-15% AC Input and 24V/6A Output - PMP10912 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10912?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP10912 reference design uses the UCC28630 primary-side regulated controller on a two-switch flyback controller to generate a 24V/6A output from 120VAC input with safety isolation rated transformer. Over 87% efficiency is achieved at full load in this design.
  • Class 3- 36V-72V Input 2.5V/5A Active Clamp Forward; 1/16 Brick
    PMP6886: The PMP6886 reference design provides 2.5V at 5A from a standard 48V telecom input with greater than 88% efficiency. This design uses the UCC2897A active clamp controller along with TI NexFET synchronous rectifiers. The low gate thresholds of the CSD16323Q3 and CSD16406Q3 allow them to be driven directly from the transformer windings. The circuit is built in an industry standard 1/16 brick footprint. Auxilliary features of this design include remote sense, output over-voltage protection, output voltage trim and primary side enable control.
  • Boost Power Supply for Automotive eCall System
    PMP7220: This design is a buck converter for automotive as well as for non-automotive applications. It delivers an output voltage of 5.0V @ 70mA at an input voltage range of 9-14V. It can withstand input peaks up to 40V.
  • Gauge Booster Pack Reference Design
    TIDA-00586: The TIDA-00586 reference design is a gauge that has been designed as a booster pack to fit on the TI Launchpad development boards. The use of this this board for development will reduce the time spent in design and test of the bq27421 gauge IC. You can select any appropriate charger to charge your battery. Attach your system to the gauge and you can monitor the current, voltage, SOC, and SOH of the battery under test.
  • SMBus 1- to 4-cell Hybrid Power Boost Mode Battery Charge Controller Reference Design
    TIDA-00657: The TIDA-00657 reference design enables high efficiency (90+% @1-2A) and faster charge with high charging current up to 3A. The design uses TI's BQ24780 Industrial Innovative Charge Controlller with Hybrid Power Boost Mode and also features power and processor hot monitoring capability.
  • Contactless Battery Charger
    PMP2562: This reference design is a very small resonant Flyback converter coupled via air (few millimeter distance) from a "receiver". ~ 250mW is wirelessly transferred with an efficiency of 65%.
  • High-Efficiency 4 Phase Synchronous Boost Conv for Automotive Trunk Amplifier App Reference Design
    PMP7969: PMP7969 is a very high efficiency 4 phase boost controller synchronizable to external clock. Light load efficiency is excellent due to phase shedding capability. Synchronous rectifier also improves efficiency. High effective switching frequency obtained with multiphase over single phase, and current sharing accuracy of ±10%. Bypass mode capable when Vin > Vout.
  • Buck-Boost for Telecom -3--6V dc@6A
  • Audio Boom Box/Portable Speaker Reference Design with Efficient Boost Converter.
    PMP9491: PMP9491 is a 30W highly efficient and compact Portable Speaker/Audio Boom Box reference Design which can be used in 15W +15W Stereo or 30W Woofer Applications. The Power Source for the Design is 1 or 2 Li ion in Series . The design is broadly divided into three main stages:
  • High-Eff 2Stage Univ Input Pwr Supply Using Trans Mode PFC/LLC Resonant Conv Reference Design - PMP8920 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8920?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: Low EMI, high efficiency, high power factor and reliable power supply are main focus of the PMP8920 design for telecom applications. Transient mode (TM) power factor correction (PFC) with UCC28051 and LLC series resonant converter (SRC) with UCC25600 are applied in PMP8911. In addition, synchronous rectifier (SR) IC UCC24610 is applied to LLC output rectifier stage. Low EMI is expected with zero voltage switching on TM-PFC and LLC-SRC switches. An overall 91% efficiency is achieved at 100W full load. In addition, several protections are embedded into this design which includes input under-voltage protection, input over-voltage protection, output over-voltage protection, and output hic-cup over-power protection.
  • 30W Ultra Wide Range Power Supply for Protection Relays Reference Design - TIDA-00127 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00127?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This power supply solution for Protection Relays handles an ultra-wide range of both AC (88-276V AC) and DC (24-250V DC) inputs making it a suitable platform to power a variety of Protection Relays. The power supply is designed to output industry standard voltages (such as +/- 12V and isolated 6.75V) required in many Protection Relays while also providing excellent line and load regulation (< +/- 3%). This solution has been engineered for high wattage (30W) with good efficiency (up to 78%) and has also been pre-compliance tested for IEC61000-4 (EFT and Surge) and CISPR 11 Class A (Interference).
  • 48Vin, 300W 1/8brick Digital Module with GaN FET Reference Design
    PMP4435.1: The PMP4435 is a DC-DC isolated digital module with GaN mosfet reference design targeted for industrial and telecom applications. The DC input range is 36V-60V, with 12V typical and the output is 12V/5A. An digital controller UCD3138A is used in the design. The efficiency is up to 95.8% with good thermal performance.
  • Inverting Buck Boost Converter Using TPS40200 (12V to -8V@1.3A) Reference Design
    PMP5026: PMP5026 uses the TPS40200 in an inverting buck boost configuration to generate a negative output from a positive input. This type of circuit is useful in a number of applications including Audio, Communications, Military/Space etc. This design uses a nominal 12V input to generate an output of -8V@1.3A. The circuit also provides a way to synchronize and sequence this particular design with other power rails in the system.
  • Automotive Reverse Battery Protection Reference Design with Overcurrent and Overvoltage Shutoff - PMP9498 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9498?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP9498 reference design is a complete front-end protection solution for automotive systems needing reverse voltage, over-voltage, and over-current protection. Load switch capability is also implemented to digitally control the connection and disconnection of the load to the input supply. The design meets the low Iq requirements for automotive applications during shutoff and features a strong gate current source (typ 30 mA) to drive high power MOSFETs for high current applications.
  • 35V to 60V Input, 600W Output Dual-Phase Synchronous Buck Converter with Greater than 97% Efficiency - PMP7282 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7282?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This 600W wide voltage input dual phase power converter uses two emulated current-mode controllers 180 degrees out of phase to minimize input and output ripple current. Compared to conventional isolated power converters, this synchronous buck architecture provides a reduced footprint and BOM cost at higher levels of efficiency, greater than 97% over several operating conditions.
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/12V/20V @ 5A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP10698.2: PMP10698 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 12V or 20V at 5A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 6.25A.
  • LM3445 – 220VAC, 7W Dimmable Isolated
    PMP7751: This demonstration board highlights the performance of a LM3445 based Flyback LED driver solution that can be used to power a single LED string consisting of 6 / 7 series connected LEDs from an 198 VRMS to 264 VRMS, 50 Hz input power supply. This is a two-layer board using the bottom and top layer for component placement. The demonstration board can be modified to adjust the LED forward current, the number of series connected LEDs that are driven and the switching frequency. Refer to the LM3445 datasheet for detailed instructions. A bill of materials is included that describes the parts used on this demonstration board.
  • 5V Input Dual Sync Buck (3.3V @ 1A)
    PMP5136.1: This reference design uses the TPS54292 dual synchronous buck converter to generate 3.3V and 1.8V outputs from a 5V input. Both outputs can deliver up to 1A. With ceramic output capacitors, this design offers a low cost, efficient and compact solution.
  • Boost (20V- 40V @ 500mA) for LED Lighting
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (5V @ 0.2A) - PMP4303.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4303: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • Energy Harvesting LaunchPad BoosterPack for Brushed DC Motor Control Reference Design
    TIDA-00616: The Energy Harvesting LaunchPad for Brushed DC Motor Control is designed for charging a Li-ion or Li-polymer battery with solar energy, and subsequently using a voltage regulator to provide secondary system power to a TI LaunchPad and any peripherals connected the LaunchPad. The BoosterPack is designed for low power and automation applications, using an on-board nano-timer and dual H-bridge motor drivers that have integrated MOSFETs with an extremely low 45mΩ Rds(on).
  • 30A SIMPLE SWITCHER(R) Power Module with 3 to 14.5V Reference Design with PMBus - PMP9464 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9464?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The reference design PMP9464 utilizes the LMZ31530, a 30A SIMPLE SWITCHER® Power Module. The LMZ31530 SIMPLE SWITCHER® power module is an easy-to-use integrated power solution that combines a 30-A DC/DC converter with power MOSFETs, a shielded inductor, and passives into a low profile, QFN package. This design has a LM25056 on the front end. The LM25056 combines high performance analog and digital technology with a PMBus compliant SMBus/I2C interface to accurately measure the operating conditions of electrical systems including computing and storage blades connected to a backplane power bus. This allows the user to monitor the real time values of Vin, Iin, Pin and Pout; as well as temperature and peak power. These values are reported via PMBus™/SMBus™/I2C. PMP9464 also enables the user to margin the output voltage setting, by slewing it up or down. This is done with the LM10011 VID programmable current DAC. The LP2951 supplies a 3.3V rail for the LM3881 power sequencer. The LM3881 sequencer can be used for sequencing other off board power supplies.
  • 20W AC/DC PSR isolated LED Driver for T8
    PMP4330: This reference design demonstrates low cost, high PF LED Driver solution for T8, which includes single stage Flyback with Primary Side Regulation topology using TPS92310. The input range is 85~265Vac and output is 38~42V 420mA or 26~42V 420mA
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (80V @ 350mA)
    PMP4862.3: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks - PMP9461.5 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9461: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks
    PMP9461.4: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • SEPIC (13.5 - 18.0V @ 1.2A) for LED Drivers - PMP4729 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4729?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP4729 is a wide input voltage range (8024V) LED driver for automotive application. It supplies a string of 3-4 LEDs (13.5 .. 18V) with a current of 1.2A. The converter with TPS40211 is in sepic configuration, has a dimming input (100..200 Hz PWM) and additional circuitry for input protection (transient protection, active reverse polarity protection).
  • 100V@0.28A Boost Converter operating at 550KHz Reference Design
    PMP8913: This high frequency discontinuous mode boost converter operates from 20V - 30V input and achieves 90% full load efficiency. Applications include transmitters operating in the AM radio band.
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/12V/20V @ 5A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP10698.1: PMP10698 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 12V or 20V at 5A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 6.25A.
  • 36-60Vin, 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter with PSFB ZTE and HSHB Reference Design - PMP7246.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7246: This is a 350W High Speed Full Bridge Phase Shift ZVT Synchronous Rectification DC/DC reference design. It is built for telecom applications to supply a RF Power Amplifier stage. The design is utilizing UCC28950 voltage mode forward and average current limitation backward converter (two quadrant converter). It can modulate output voltage from 20V to 32V within 200us (at maximum 200uF of capacitive load) – so called: slow drain modulation. The converter has full load steps capability as well. It is a very small design for high sophisticated telecom applications. The system can also be used for all other two quadrant applications. Input voltage range: 36VDC-60VDC; Output voltage: 20VDC…32VDC (adjustable); Output current: 12A (18Apeak).
  • 48Vin, 300W 1/8brick Digital Module with GaN FET Reference Design
    PMP4435.6: The PMP4435 is a DC-DC isolated digital module with GaN mosfet reference design targeted for industrial and telecom applications. The DC input range is 36V-60V, with 12V typical and the output is 12V/5A. An digital controller UCD3138A is used in the design. The efficiency is up to 95.8% with good thermal performance.
  • Synchronous Buck Converter 3.3V @ 2.0A
  • 50Vdc-60Vdc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 40V String)
    PMP4936: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 40V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 50VDC to 60VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes synchronization, enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design
    PMP9668.1: BQ24745 is a host controlled synchronous buck battery charger capable of charging batteries at up to 19.2V and up to 8 A normally, extended to 10 A with use of 8 mOhm battery sense resistor. The power train is capable of 8 A with convection only cooling and 10 A with moderate fan cooling (~200 LFM). The Test Report includes Thermal images for both cases. While the design shows a 28 pin MSP430 as the host, any processor with SMBus capability will work. A 5/12V 2A auxiliary converter using TPS54335, and 5V 4A with TPS40170 with 2x CSD18504 are provided. For the two USB ports, the design provides TPS2561A for power switching and TPS2513A for control. A linear TPS70933 provides the 3.3V for the MSP430 and interface signals. A rich Test Interface allows full testing of hardware in the absence of software and then provides multiple interface choices for software development.
  • 36Vdc-72Vdc Input, 1.2V/25A Active Clamp Forward
    PMP6912: This reference design generates a 1.2V/25A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate thresholds of the CSD16401Q5 and CSD16325Q5 allow these devices to be used as self-driven synchronous rectifiers for a highly efficient design. This design also includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • Contactless Charger 30mA Single Li-Ion - PMP4651 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4651?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: Complete wireless charger set for small Li-Ion battery charging system. The nominal output curent is 30mA on a single cell battery, while the intput comes from an USB source.
  • Battery Charger with 50V DC Input 20A
    PMP4308: The PMP4308 is a 50V DC in 20A battery charger solution which uses Buck upside-down topology. PWM controller UCC2809 is selected in the design.
  • 30W Ultra Wide Range Power Supply for Protection Relays Reference Design
    TIDA-00127: This power supply solution for Protection Relays handles an ultra-wide range of both AC (88-276V AC) and DC (24-250V DC) inputs making it a suitable platform to power a variety of Protection Relays. The power supply is designed to output industry standard voltages (such as +/- 12V and isolated 6.75V) required in many Protection Relays while also providing excellent line and load regulation (< +/- 3%). This solution has been engineered for high wattage (30W) with good efficiency (up to 78%) and has also been pre-compliance tested for IEC61000-4 (EFT and Surge) and CISPR 11 Class A (Interference).
  • Automotive Audio I2S over Coax Class D Amplifier Reference Design
    TIDA-00223: This reference design is an I²S/TDM-based, low-cost, easy-to-use alternative to fiber optics/analog copper wire for connecting an automotive (sound) control panel to an output stage/power amplifier. Supporting I²S as well as TDM, it is capable of transmitting digital audio signal to 16 independent channels of speakers with each channel output of 80W at 4Ω. It also supports bidirectional communication with the control unit or processor via I²C, over a single shielded twisted pair (STP) or coaxial. Furthermore, the TIDA-00223 reference design enables fast implementation with power supply included, and it has all the protection and diagnostics requirements needed in modern cars.
  • Boost Power Supply for Automotive eCall System - PMP7220.8 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7220: The reference design is an boost power supply for automotive eCall system. The eCall system is an in-vehicle emergency call service device; it automatically calls for help in the event of a car accident. The reference design is the input stage of the power supply, and it has a wide input voltage range from 4V to 40V, suitable for 12V car battery. The output is 9V, 1.5A (14.25W max) to power the whole eCall system. The power supply can be enabled/disabled by 3.3V or 5V logic signal.
  • Automotive Boost Power Supply for Audio Applications - PMP9637 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9637?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP9637 4-phase boost power supply enables high-efficiency boost dc/dc conversion of an 8.5V to 18V input Automotive battery voltage to 44V output at 17 Amperes in a compact form factor for Audio applications. The TPS40090 4-phase PWM controller is used with two (2) UCC27324D 4A dual FET drivers and CSD18534Q5A 60V NexFETs to deliver 748W output power in only 120mm x 70mm.
  • LED Boost 350mA/700mA with Dimming - PMP4524 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4524?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: universal dimmable DC/DC LED driver in boost configuration for strings up to eight LEDs scalable for 350mA or 700mA output current
  • 9.5V @ 1.5A Automotive Boost Converter
    PMP8536: This design is a boost converter for automotive applications to boost the battery voltage to 9.5V @ 1.5A during cranking. It can withstand input peaks up to 40V.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks
    PMP9461.6: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • 12VDC Input, 6A White LED Driver With PWM Dimming - PMP4217 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4217?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design drives a single white LED at 6A or 3A from a 12Vdc input. The TPS40190 controls a synchronous buck power stage with over 92 percent efficiency. The LED current can be toggled between two levels (3A and 6A) through a simple logic signal. The LED can also be PWM-dimmed through an external clock signal. An enable signal is also provided.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks
    PMP9461.7: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • High Efficiency 400W AC/DC Power Supply Reference Design - PMP11064.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP11064: PMP11064 is a high-efficiency AC/DC power supply reference design with universal AC input and 20V/20A output. Interleaved transition mode PFC and LLC series resonant converter is applied for 20V/20A main power. A PSR Flyback with MOSFET integrated controller is applied as the auxiliary supply. 91.2% efficiency is achieved at low line and full load. 93.1% efficiency is achieved at high line and full load.
  • Isolated Flyback, Bucks (3.3V@35mA) for Consumer Applications
    PMP5539.2: This reference design is a multi-output isolated flyback, working from universal line. The main regulated output is 9.6V; it supplies the main load @ 400mA and two further outputs by means of low power buck converters. The converter takes advantage of the cascode-flyback topology and quasi-resonant working mode to deliver low EMI and good efficiency at light load. A small capacitive coupling circuit sends to the secondary side the information of the mains frequency.
  • 36V to 75V input, 26V to 33V output @ 1A - PMP7004 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7004?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: 30W telecom active clamp forward converter w/ 4-bit VID i/f to modulate output voltage in a range 26Vdc to 33Vdc
  • LED w/ dimming - PMP5632 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5632?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP5632 is a reference design for a diagnostic device. It's a sepic LED driver with analog dimming.
  • Wide Vin Buck Converter in TO-220 Packaging - Reference Design - PMP9450 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9450?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP9450 is a reference design that is done so that the LM46002 can be evaluated in designs that use the LM2592HV. The board is pin and function compliant with the LM2592HV in TO-220. The design methodology was such that all external components used on the LM2592HV board were kept the same, and only the functional device was replaced with the small daughter board as seen in the photos.
  • Class 4- Dual PoE+ (Power Over Ethernet) - PMP6998.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6998: The PMP6998 reference design is an isolated Flyback which uses an LM5072 and is intended for Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications. It can generate isolated outputs of 3.3 Volts at 3.3 Amps and 5 Volts at 2 Amps from an input of 38 to 60 Volts DC. An auxiliary input supply of 12 Volts may also be used with this design.
  • Boost with Charge Pump (35V to 50V@1mA)
    PMP5528: A combination of Boost and Charge pump topology boosts the 2.5V - 3.6V input voltage to 35V or 50V @ 1mA, digitally selectable.
  • 360W Phase Shift Full Bridge Resonant LLC with High Side Low Side Driver Reference Design
    TIDA-00381: The power supply employs Full Bridge Resonant LLC with phase shift operating at ramp up, light load, low output voltage. This operating mode can replace PWM operating mode in LLC, which can improve efficiency signficantly in light load.
  • Multi-Cell Battery Manager Unit with Integrated Charging, Gauging, Authentication and Protection - TIDA-00553 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00553?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The Texas Instruments bq40z60 device is a Battery Pack Manager that integrates battery charging control output, gas gauging, and protection for completely autonomous operation of 2-series to 4-series cell Li-Ion and Li-Polymer battery packs. The architecture enables internal communication between the fuel gauging processor and battery charger controller to optimize the charging profile based on the external load conditions and power path source management during load transients and adaptor current limitations in the system. The charging current efficiency is scalable for power transfer based on the external components, such as the NFETs, inductor, and sensing resistor.
  • 48Vin, 300W 1/8brick Digital Module with GaN FET Reference Design
    PMP4435.5: The PMP4435 is a DC-DC isolated digital module with GaN mosfet reference design targeted for industrial and telecom applications. The DC input range is 36V-60V, with 12V typical and the output is 12V/5A. An digital controller UCD3138A is used in the design. The efficiency is up to 95.8% with good thermal performance.
  • Isolated Flyback, Bucks (3.3V@35mA) for Consumer Applications - PMP5539.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5539: This reference design is a multi-output isolated flyback, working from universal line. The main regulated output is 9.6V; it supplies the main load @ 400mA and two further outputs by means of low power buck converters. The converter takes advantage of the cascode-flyback topology and quasi-resonant working mode to deliver low EMI and good efficiency at light load. A small capacitive coupling circuit sends to the secondary side the information of the mains frequency.
  • 36-60Vin, 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter with PSFB ZTE and HSHB Reference Design
    PMP7246.1: This is a 350W High Speed Full Bridge Phase Shift ZVT Synchronous Rectification DC/DC reference design. It is built for telecom applications to supply a RF Power Amplifier stage. The design is utilizing UCC28950 voltage mode forward and average current limitation backward converter (two quadrant converter). It can modulate output voltage from 20V to 32V within 200us (at maximum 200uF of capacitive load) – so called: slow drain modulation. The converter has full load steps capability as well. It is a very small design for high sophisticated telecom applications. The system can also be used for all other two quadrant applications. Input voltage range: 36VDC-60VDC; Output voltage: 20VDC…32VDC (adjustable); Output current: 12A (18Apeak).
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar Microinverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks
    PMP9461: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • Automotive input range (10V - 50V) SEPIC LED driver - PMP6877 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6877?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design uses the TPS40211 current mode controller in a SEPIC converter to regulate the current in a series string of 12 to 14 LEDs (44V) at 0.5A. Efficiency is greater than 88%.
  • 8VDC-16VDC 7.6V/700mA LED Driver - PMP4937 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4937?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design drives two series connected white LEDs at 700mA. The steady-state input range is 8VDC to 16VDC, but the circuit is designed to survive a 52VDC input transient condition. The TPS40211 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • Digitally controlled power multiplexing and monitoring system - PMP5927 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5927?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP5927 is an I2C controlled 1:7 Power Mux and Monitoring System for DC distribution systems from 9 to 80 V. It is well suited for distributing power to TMAs (Tower Mounted Antennas), LED Arrays, and other DC systems needing sequencing, circuit protection, and monitoring via an I2C interface. With the built in USB to I2C converter, the PMP5927 can be easily used with only a USB to Mini USB cable and the downloadable GUI.
  • 36Vdc-72Vdc Input, 1.2V/25A Active Clamp Forward - PMP6912 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6912?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design generates a 1.2V/25A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate thresholds of the CSD16401Q5 and CSD16325Q5 allow these devices to be used as self-driven synchronous rectifiers for a highly efficient design. This design also includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.8V @ 4A)
    PMP4742.6: PMP4742.6 supplies the DDR2 memory by means of TPS54620 (1.8V@3.5A) and TPS51200 (0.9V@0.5A). The DDR2 current is monitored by INA210 and shunt resistor.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (12V @ 1.1A)
    PMP4742.1: PMP4742.1 comprises a negative input (-10.8V to -13.2V) to positive output (12V@1A average) inverting buck-boost converter with TPS40210; a hot swap circuit with TPS2420 quickly limits the output current to 2A peak.
  • 35V to 60V Input, 600W Output Dual-Phase Synchronous Buck Converter with Greater than 97% Efficiency
    PMP7282: This 600W wide voltage input dual phase power converter uses two emulated current-mode controllers 180 degrees out of phase to minimize input and output ripple current. Compared to conventional isolated power converters, this synchronous buck architecture provides a reduced footprint and BOM cost at higher levels of efficiency, greater than 97% over several operating conditions.
  • Mid Input Voltage Synchronous Buck Converter (28Vin to 5V@8A) Reference Design
    PMP5832.1: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.2V @ 2A)
    PMP4742.4: For PMP4742.4, A second TPS54620 synchronous buck converter, supplies an FPGA at 1.2V@2A. Also, the output current is measured by INA210 and shunt resistor.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (3.3V @ 5A)
    PMP4742.3: PMP4742.3 protects the 12Vin by means of hot swap controller (TPS2420) and feeds a TPS54620, syncronous buck converter, which generates 3.3V@3.7A. An INA210 reads the buck's current for monitoring purposes.
  • Mid Input Voltage Synchronous Buck Converter (28Vin to 3.3V@10A) Reference Design
    PMP5832.2: The PMP5832 reference design provides a number of outputs that were designed to complete an entire system. These parts can be used together or individually for a number of different applications. These could be Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, etc. The schematic, test report and associated board files contain information for all 7 of the outputs.
  • LED backlight driver 48V@0.26A
    PMP6701: This SEPIC converter provides a regulated 0.26A of the current into a string of 6 to 13 LEDs. It can operate over the range of 6V to 18V and can handle a transient of 80V. The LEDs can be PWM dimmed over a 5% - 95% duty cycle and achieves an efficiency of 90%.
  • Direct Type and Local Dimming for Conventional TV power with an LED driver, no boost DC/DC
  • Sync Buck for Global Systems for Mobile (GSM) (3.3V @ 6A)
    PMP1908.3: This design implements three sync buck converters with remote sensing and built-in-test (BIT) functionality. Overall efficiency is greater than 90%.
  • PFC Boost with Transition Mode Buck 312V@80mA
    PMP5682: A transition mode (TM) Boost PFC and a TM Buck deliver from high line a clean 80mA current to a LED string, max. voltage 312V. The PCB board has been developed to fit into a T8 fluorescent tube, suitable for retrofit purpose. A PWM dimming input is also included.
  • 85-265VAC Input, 12V/30W Two-Switch Flyback Reference Design - PMP10936 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10936?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The PMP10936 reference design uses the UCC28740 to provide an isolated 12V at 2.5A output. The UCC24632 is used to control a synchronous recitifer for high efficiency. The two-switch flyback topology recycles the transformer's leakage energy and provides a further improvement in efficiency.
  • LED w/ dimming
    PMP5632: The PMP5632 is a reference design for a diagnostic device. It's a sepic LED driver with analog dimming.
  • 5V/2.5A AC/DC Flyback PSU for USB Adaptor Applications Reference Design
    PMP8965: The PMP8965 is a 12.5W USB adapter reference design using the UCC28740 quasi-resonant/discontinues flyback controller, with synchronous rectification to improve efficiency using the UCC24610 Green Rectifier Controller.
  • 220V-400VDC Input, 5V/100W Active Clamp Forward
    PMP7413: This reference design generates an isolated 5V/100W output from a high voltage DC input. This design is intended to operate from the output of a PFC front end regulator. The UCC2897A is used to control an active clamp forward converter. Self-driven synchronous rectifiers allow for 91% efficiency. An accurate current limit is provided by directly sensing the output current. A clock pulse output is also provided for synchronizing with other converters.
  • 15W Automotive Start Stop Power Supply
    PMP9476: PMP9476 is non-sync buck converter plus a non-sync boost controller accepts an input voltage of 3.5V to 40V, and outputs 5V, capable of providing 3A of current to the load.
  • 220V-400VDC Input, 12V/100W Active Clamp Forward
    PMP6961: This reference design generates an isolated 12V/100W output from a high voltage DC input. This design is intended to operate from the output of a PFC front end regulator. The UCC2897A is used to control an active clamp forward converter. Self-driven synchronous rectifiers allow for over 91% efficiency. An accurate current limit is provided by directly sensing the output current. A clock pulse output is also provided for synchronizing with other converters.
  • Automotive Boost Power Supply for Audio Applications
    PMP9637: The PMP9637 4-phase boost power supply enables high-efficiency boost dc/dc conversion of an 8.5V to 18V input Automotive battery voltage to 44V output at 17 Amperes in a compact form factor for Audio applications. The TPS40090 4-phase PWM controller is used with two (2) UCC27324D 4A dual FET drivers and CSD18534Q5A 60V NexFETs to deliver 748W output power in only 120mm x 70mm.
  • 5KW Interleaved CCM Power Factor Correction Converter
    PMP4311: PMP4311 is for VFAC (Variable Frequency Air-Conditioner) applications, which use TI Interleaved CCM PFC controller UCC28070 to achieve 5KW two phases interleaved PFC and use UCC28610 as an auxiliary Flyback Power Supply.
  • 220V-400VDC Input, 5V/100W Active Clamp Forward - PMP7413 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7413?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design generates an isolated 5V/100W output from a high voltage DC input. This design is intended to operate from the output of a PFC front end regulator. The UCC2897A is used to control an active clamp forward converter. Self-driven synchronous rectifiers allow for 91% efficiency. An accurate current limit is provided by directly sensing the output current. A clock pulse output is also provided for synchronizing with other converters.
  • LED Driver with 730mA @ 16 .. 32V and 9 .. 19V input voltage range
    PMP5748: This design is a LED driver providing an ouput current of 730mA within an voltage range of 16-32V. The input voltage range is 9-19V.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.05V @ 7A)
    PMP4742.5: For PMP4742.5, the core voltage is supplied by TPS40021, which drives CSD16406 and CSD16409 to deliver 1.05V@7A. The TPS2420 on the 5Vin limits the inrush current "seen" by the 5V source.
  • Energy Harvesting LaunchPad BoosterPack for Brushed DC Motor Control Reference Design - TIDA-00616 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00616?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: The Energy Harvesting LaunchPad for Brushed DC Motor Control is designed for charging a Li-ion or Li-polymer battery with solar energy, and subsequently using a voltage regulator to provide secondary system power to a TI LaunchPad and any peripherals connected the LaunchPad. The BoosterPack is designed for low power and automation applications, using an on-board nano-timer and dual H-bridge motor drivers that have integrated MOSFETs with an extremely low 45mΩ Rds(on).
  • 30A SIMPLE SWITCHER(R) Power Module with 3 to 14.5V Reference Design with PMBus
    PMP9464: The reference design PMP9464 utilizes the LMZ31530, a 30A SIMPLE SWITCHER® Power Module. The LMZ31530 SIMPLE SWITCHER® power module is an easy-to-use integrated power solution that combines a 30-A DC/DC converter with power MOSFETs, a shielded inductor, and passives into a low profile, QFN package. This design has a LM25056 on the front end. The LM25056 combines high performance analog and digital technology with a PMBus compliant SMBus/I2C interface to accurately measure the operating conditions of electrical systems including computing and storage blades connected to a backplane power bus. This allows the user to monitor the real time values of Vin, Iin, Pin and Pout; as well as temperature and peak power. These values are reported via PMBus™/SMBus™/I2C. PMP9464 also enables the user to margin the output voltage setting, by slewing it up or down. This is done with the LM10011 VID programmable current DAC. The LP2951 supplies a 3.3V rail for the LM3881 power sequencer. The LM3881 sequencer can be used for sequencing other off board power supplies.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks
    PMP9461.1: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • 55Vdc-80Vdc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 50V String)
    PMP4791: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 50V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 55VDC to 75VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes an enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • 300 Watt Phase Shifted Full Bridge - PMP6720 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6720?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design uses the UCC3895 Phase Shifted Full Bridge controller in a 48 volt to 14 volt at 20 amp isolated DC to DC converter. The converter achieves 94% efficiency with simple diode rectification.
  • Inverter 5V,0.2A
    PMP4681.1: The PMP4681 -5.0V @ 200mA inverting buck-boost converter has an input voltage range of 11.8-13.0V. It has additional circuitry for an external enable signal and for synchronizing to an external clock frequency of 300kHz.
  • Boost with Charge Pump (35V to 50V@1mA) - PMP5528 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5528?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: A combination of Boost and Charge pump topology boosts the 2.5V - 3.6V input voltage to 35V or 50V @ 1mA, digitally selectable.
  • Multi-Cell Battery Manager Unit with Integrated Charging, Gauging, Authentication and Protection
    TIDA-00553: The Texas Instruments bq40z60 device is a Battery Pack Manager that integrates battery charging control output, gas gauging, and protection for completely autonomous operation of 2-series to 4-series cell Li-Ion and Li-Polymer battery packs. The architecture enables internal communication between the fuel gauging processor and battery charger controller to optimize the charging profile based on the external load conditions and power path source management during load transients and adaptor current limitations in the system. The charging current efficiency is scalable for power transfer based on the external components, such as the NFETs, inductor, and sensing resistor.
  • High Power LED Driver (3.0A @ 18-26V) - PMP8522 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8522?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design is a LED driver for automotive applications. It has dimming capability (60 Hz @ 0.1-4ms on-time) and is thermally designed to work with a maximum duty cycle of 25%.
  • 15W Automotive Start Stop Power Supply - PMP9476 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9476?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP9476 is non-sync buck converter plus a non-sync boost controller accepts an input voltage of 3.5V to 40V, and outputs 5V, capable of providing 3A of current to the load.
  • 65W High-efficiency CoC-5 tier2/DOE Level VI AC Adapter - TIDA-00519 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00519?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This is a high efficiency 65W AC/DC design for a Universal input (85Vac to 265Vac) to 19.5V @3.33A output exceeding CoC-5 Tier2 and DOE Level VI requirements for external power supplies using the LM5023 Quasi-Resontant Flyback Controller with UCC24630 Synchronous Rectification Controller and CSD19531Q5A MOSFET. Additionally the LM8364 reset controller is used to provide input line AC UVLO protection. As seen at APEC
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1.2V @ 8A) - PMP6577.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6577: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Charger Booster Pack Reference Design
    TIDA-00587: The TIDA-00587 reference design is a charger that has been designed as a booster pack to fit on the TI Launchpad development boards. The use of this this board for development will reduce the time spent in design and test of the bq24250 charger IC. You can charger your battery and using the on board electronic load you can discharge your battery. This will allow you to do cycle testing to measure your batteries performance and capabilities when charging with the bq24250 charger.
  • 13.65V@1.5A 20W with UCC28610 - PMP5600 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5600?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This PMP5600 is a quasi-resonant isolated flyback, starting from high line and delivering 13.65V @ 1.5A. The converter "reads" the mains frequency by means of capacitors and a small SOT-23 Mosfet. A short on a test point reduces the output voltage to 8.34V performing a battery test function
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.2V @ 2A) - PMP4742.4 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4742: For PMP4742.4, A second TPS54620 synchronous buck converter, supplies an FPGA at 1.2V@2A. Also, the output current is measured by INA210 and shunt resistor.
  • 9 to 42Vin 5V/9V/12V @ 3A Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP10624.2: PMP10624 is a synchronous 4-switch buck-boost converter which utilizes the LM5175 controller for USB type C applications. The output voltage can be selected for 5V, 9V or 12V at 3A using jumpers or open drain control switches. The LM5175 average current loop sets a maximum output current of 4A.
  • Active Clamp Forward Quarter Brick (18 to 60Vdc Input 3.3V/12A) Reference Design
    PMP8790: This reference design generates a 3.3V/12A output from a wide 18V-60V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD17501Q5A and CSD18502Q5B, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for an efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard quarter brick footprint and includes enable, positive rail remote sense, and output trimming features.
  • High-Efficiency Backup Power Supply Reference Design - PMP9761 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9761?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This reference design describes a backup power circuit which addresses instantaneous protection against power interruptions by using a buck-boost converter and a backup capacitor. The implementation is based on a completely integrated TPS63060 buck-boost converter circuit enabling a small total solution size. This configuration has been tested with a full test report and operation explanation.
  • 9.5V @ 1.5A Automotive Boost Converter - PMP8536 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8536?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This design is a boost converter for automotive applications to boost the battery voltage to 9.5V @ 1.5A during cranking. It can withstand input peaks up to 40V.
  • Automotive LED Driver - PMP5713 - TI Tool Folder
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks
    PMP9461.2: PMP9461 is a reference design with complete power and gate drive requirements for grid tie solar microinverters. The major goal of the reference design is to acheive significant integration and perfomance enhancement in gate drive as well as the bias supply segment of microInverters. The solution features SM72295 (full bridge gate driver with integrated current sense), SM74101 (7A Sink/3A source single driver), SM72482 (5A dual low side driver), LM5017 (as primary and secondary bias supply provider), and again the LM5017 for powering up the drivers in DC/AC section of inverters. All bias supplies are generated using cost effective and highly efficent Fly-BuckTM topology.
  • Small Form Factor 12W Ultra Wide Range Power Supply for Protection Relays - Reference Design - TIDA-00227 - TI Tool Folder
    TIDA-00227?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: This small form factor, 12W power supply solution for protection relays handles an ultra-wide range of both AC and DC inputs making it a suitable platform to power a variety of lower power protection relays that need to be placed in a small housing. The power supply is designed to output industry standard voltages required in protection relays while also providing excellent line and load regulation. This solution has been engineered for high wattage with good efficiency and has also been pre-compliance tested for IEC61000-4 (EFT and Surge) and CISPR 11 Class A (Interference).
  • Sync Buck for Global Systems for Mobile (GSM) (6.5V @ 7.5A) - PMP1908.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP1908: This design implements three sync buck converters with remote sensing and built-in-test (BIT) functionality. Overall efficiency is greater than 90%.
  • Universal AC Input 5V/10A/50W PSR Flyback Power Supply With Over 89% Avg Efficiency Reference Design
    PMP10974: PMP10974 is a quasi-resonant Flyback power suppy based on the UCC28730 primary side regulation (PSR) controller. The elimination of optocoupler using PSR topology promises higher reliability and lower system cost. The design achieves less than 40mW standby power losses and over 89% average efficiency. The design also features UCC2463x synchronous rectification controller.
  • Sync Buck for Global Systems for Mobile (GSM) (3.3V @ 6A) - PMP1908.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP1908: This design implements three sync buck converters with remote sensing and built-in-test (BIT) functionality. Overall efficiency is greater than 90%.
  • PFC Boost with Transition Mode Buck 312V@80mA - PMP5682 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5682?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: A transition mode (TM) Boost PFC and a TM Buck deliver from high line a clean 80mA current to a LED string, max. voltage 312V. The PCB board has been developed to fit into a T8 fluorescent tube, suitable for retrofit purpose. A PWM dimming input is also included.
  • Non sync buck controller with 24V input and 18V @ 4.2A output - PMP7755 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7755?SYS-null-null-findchips-refdes-rd-null-wwe: PMP7755 is a non-synchronous buck controller for LM3409 with 24V DC input and 18V output @ 4.2A. The load is 9 strings with 6 LEDs per string. It uses a motion detector with PIR (passive infarared) dimming as well as 0-10V analog dimming. It has differential high side current sensing which enables setting the dimpoint on PIR. It also has a turn on/off delay.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Q: How do I set up an NRF8001 for Arduino?

    A: The breakout uses SPI communication with the Arduino and with iShield, you're going to be able to control (turn on/off) a LED using digital buttons in your iOS device. Also, this project uses a physical push button to control (turn on/off) a virtual LED. more

  • Q: Where can I find an NRF8001 module?

    A: The nRF8001 is nice in that it is just a BLE 'peripheral' (client) front-end, so you can use any micrcontroller with SPI to drive it. We have example C++ code for Arduino, which you can port to any other microcontroller, but some microcontroller is required - it is not a stand-alone module! more

  • Q: How do I get started with an NRF8001 breakout board?

    A: The Adafruit Bluefruit LE (Bluetooth Smart, Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth 4.0) nRF8001 Breakout allows you to establish an easy to use wireless link between your Arduino and any compatible iOS device. more

  • Q: Where can I download the NRF8001 Arduino library?

    A: Bluetooth low energy SDK for Arduino (uses the nRF8001 from Nordic Semiconductor). This has been tested using the Arduino UNO, Mega and Leaonardo boards with the nRF2740/nRF2741 module or the Bluetooth low energy shield from Redbearlab. The shield is available from seeedstudio and makershed. more

  • Q: How do I get started with the NRF8001 Bluetooth module?

    A: The nRF8001 is a highly integrated single-chip Bluetooth® low energy Connectivity IC. It integrates a fully compliant Bluetooth low energy v4.0 Radio, Link Layer, and Host stack and features a simple serial interface that supports a wide range of external application microcontrollers. more

  • Q: Where can I find an NRF8001 Arduino code examples?

    A: Our IoT device consists of an Adafruit nRF8001 breakout board controlled by an Arduino Pro Mini (clone). It measures the ambient temperature from an LM35 sensor connected to analog pin of the Arduino, and sends out this information to connected BLE peers. In addition, it also broadcasts a (fake) battery level to listeners. Here is how we hook up the device. more

  • Q: Where can I find 2N7002 mosfet specification?

    A: This N-Channel enhancement mode field effect transistor is produced using Fairchild's proprietary, high cell density, DMOS technology. This product has been designed to minimize on-state resistance while providing rugged, reliable, and fast switching performance. This can be used in most applications requiring up to 400mA DC and can deliver pulsed currents up to 2A. more

  • Q: Are there SOT23 package options for the 2N7002?

    A: 2n7002 Marking SMD more

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