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2N7002E

N-Channel Small Signal MOSFET 60V, 310mA, 2.5 Ω, SOT-23 (TO-236) 3 LEAD, 3000-REEL

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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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%.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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