This reference design uses an off-line switcher with an integrated MOSFET to provide 5 V and 200 mA output from an ultra-wide 40-VAC to 270-VAC input. The board is in a small form factor of 30 mm × 41 mm × 12 mm with minimized populated parts.
This wide input voltage range boost operates from an input of 9V - 32V and regulates current in two strings of 13 LEDs. A second control loop monitors and regulates the input current during drop outs or faults. Discrete linear regulators at the bottom of each string control the individual string current while feedback minimizes the output voltage based on the LED voltage mismatch or shorts. This low cost design operates at near 94% efficiency.
This reference design uses the LM5017 Flybuck regulator to generate two outputs: one on the primary side is 5V at 250mA: and the other on the isolated secondary is 15V at 100mA. The input range is from 17V to 32V.
This reference design is a complete charger solution for evaluating compact: flexible: high-efficiency: USB-friendly: switch-mode charge management solution for single-cell: Li-ion and Li-polymer batteries used in a wide range of portable applications. The solution integrates a synchronous PWM controller: power MOSFETs: input-current sensing: high-accuracy current and voltage regulation: charge termination and power path management into a small WCSP package.
PMP4334 is the combo solution that provides single stage PFC and 6-channel LED drivers total solution with 110W output power. It delievers 350mA/channel with typical 50V output voltage. Overall PF>0.95 is achieved with the help of TM PFC UCC28810. Dynamic headroom control(DHC) feature of LM3463 controls DC input from UCC28810 and achieves high efficiency > 90% over wide range. It also presents good dimming linearity and accuracy. PMP4334 provides the dimming interface which can also support wireless dimming mode.
Targeted for PROFINET slave communications, this development platform allows designers to implement PROFINET communications standards in a broad range of industrial automation equipment. It enables low foot print designs in applications such as industrial automation, factory automation or industr
This four switch buck-boost converter functions as both a buck or a boost: with a smooth transition between modes. It delivers a 28V (typical) output voltage at 2-3A continuous (4.5A peak) from a 22V-32V input.
The PMP5647 single-ended primary-inductor converter (SEPIC) reference design based on the TPS40210 controller. It operates over a 9V to 36V input range and delivers 24V at 0.85A maximum output current.
This haptic driver reference design for LRA and ERM motors helps eliminate the design complexities of haptic motor control with features like reduced solution size, high efficiency output drive, closed-loop motor control, quick device startup and auto-resonance frequency tracking. This reference
Texas Instruments offers multiple highly optimized reference designs based on the TMS320DM3x DaVinciT video processors for the IP camera market to enable developers to speed through the design process as well as reducing overall bill of materials costs.
24V Output, Constant Voltage / Constant Current, 65W Flyback power supply with 130W surge capability. Primary side regulation eliminates feedback opto-coupler and provides 1% regulation down to no-load. Average efficiency of > 89% and no load power of < 70mW are achieved. Voltage input rang
PMP9009 has been designed as a competitive open-frame alternative for the communications market with 23-56Vin to 5Vout/0.6A. PMP9009 has a basic insulation system from input to output making it suitable for a wide variety of applications. UCC28700 is used as the controller for primary-side regulation Flyback converter. PMP9009 has a 81% converter efficiency.
This reference design uses the UCC2897A active clamp controller to generate an isolated 12V/60W output from a 55V to 90V input. Synchronous rectifiers allow this converter to achieve efficiencies up to 93%.
This reference design generates a 1.2V output from a 12V input: using the TPS562209 synchronous buck converter. This converter uses the DCAP2 control method to minimize output capacitance while eliminating feedback compensation components and still providing an excellent load transient response. The converter switches at 650kHz. The peak efficiency of this design is 83%.
This reference design is a 6.6 kW: bi-directional: dual-active-bridge resonant converterdesign that allows 380 VDC to 600 VDC input and 280 VDC to 450 VDC output. This design uses the C2000 micro-controller TMS320F280049 along with silicon-carbide (SiC) driver UCC21530-Q1 to drive bridges both on primary and secondary sides. The design implements the daughter card approach to the C2000 controller (TMDSCNCD280049C) and SiC drivers (PMP21553 and PMP21561) and applies a Rogowski coil for synchronous rectifier (SR) optimization along with high bandwidth OpAmp LMV116MF. With 500 kHz resonant frequency and 300 kHz~700 kHz operational frequencies: this design is able to reach peak 98% efficiency.
Digital Output Modules are a standard component in a PLC/PAC or DCS to control actuators, motors and other resistive, capacitive or inductive loads. Customers will benefit from this integrated protected low side drivers and the low pin count control interface which saves pins and isolation channe
This reference design provides the solution for synchronization design challenges associated with emerging 5G adapted applications like massive multiple input multiple output (mMIMO): phase array RADAR and communication payload. The typical RF front end contains antenna: low noise amplifier (LNA): mixer : local oscillator (LO) in analog domain and analog to digital converter: numerical controlled oscillator (NCO) and digital down converter (DDC) in digital domain. To achieve overall system synchronization these digital blocks need to be synchronize with system clock. This reference design uses ADC12DJ3200 data converter: achieve less than 5-ps channel-to-channel skew across multiple receiver with deterministic latency by synchronizing on chip NCO with SYNC~ and uses noiseless aperture delay adjustment (tAD Adjust) feature to further reduce skew. This design also provides a very low phase noise clocking solution based the LMX2594 wide band PLL and the LMK04828 synthesizer and jitter cleaner.
This design utilizes the LM5020 Current Mode PWM Controller configured in a dual output Flyback converter. This isolated design operates at 300 kHz and uses a custom transformer to convert the input voltage, via flyback action, to an output voltage level of 12V at 2.1A, as well as produce a
This Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) reference design outlines the required components, layout considerations, and provides firmware examples to implement RFID into applications for extracting RFID data from transponders. RFID enables access control, prepayment, and inventory management. Th
The UCC28720 is a quasi resonant controller and is specialized to drive high voltage BJTs. When the drain voltage is higher than 1KV, BJTs are the best choice for low to mid power flyback converters. In this case two voltages are supplied: 12V@1A and 3.3V@100mA.
The PMP5212 reference design uses the UCC28610 green-mode flyback controller to generate an isolated 12V/1A from a universal AC input source. The maximum load efficiency is over 85%, while the no load power consumption is less than 150mW.
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.
This converter reference design is used for Class 4 PoE applications where high efficiency is required. The active clamp forward converter with synchronous rectifiers provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a wireless access point. The TPS23754 contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
This reference design is an inverting SEPIC (Cuk) Converter powering 50-W continuous and up to 70-W peak. The used Cuk topology provides continuous currents at input and output: which allows the lowest conducted emissions in both directions. Compared to an inverting flyback radiated emissions are low as well due to no RF ringing at the switch node.
This reference design uses a UCC28742 flyback controller and an ATL432LI shunt reference to produce an isolated 24-V output capable of 0.625 A from an 85-V to 480-Vac input. All components are placed on one side of the board to reduce complexity and cost. The design can achieve 80% efficiency across various input conditions.
This reference design takes a Universal AC input (85 VAC - 265 VAC) and converts to a 17.5-V isolated output using a PSR flyback topology. It is then followed by a battery charger circuit: which outputs up to 15 V to a lead acid battery. This is a fast-charge design capable of delivering 12 V @ 2.5 A (30 W) to the battery.
Digital Output Modules are a standard component in a PLC/PAC or DCS to control actuators, motors and other resistive, capacitive or inductive loads. Customers will benefit from this integrated protected low side driver with parallel interface as it makes the MCU interface easy to test together wi
The ADAS Sensor Interconnect Board is intended for applications where remote sensors like cameras, LIDAR or radar modules need to be connected to a central processing ECU. The board supports up to 3 coaxial and 1 LVDS twisted pair data inputs as well as 3 FMC cable and 1 board to board connector
PMP8571 is an easy to use power solution designed using integrated inductor power modules for Altera’s Cyclone 5 FPGA. This design used TPS84621 and TPS84320 along with TPS51200 to generate 5 rails to power the FPGA.
Smart Grid Infrastructure (SGI) Evaluation Module is based on OMAPL138/AM1808 as the main processor and has interface capability with C2000 PLC and Low Power RF modules which are sold separately. This evaluation module is a development platform for smart grid infrastructure applications including data concentrator, power analytics, quality monitoring, circuit breakers, power protection, substation and power automation.
This offline flyback reference design uses the UCC28910 controller to generate 2 non-isolated outputs (6.5 V at 600 mA: 15 V at 67 mA) from a DC input (108 VDC - 411 VDC). The UCC28910 incorporate a 700-V power FET and a high-voltage current source for startup to achieve low stand-by power. The valley-switching technique reduces switching losses and keeps the efficiency high. The controller provides constant-voltage and constant-current regulation without the use of an optical-coupler.
This reference design implements a safe-power supply for powering up microcontrollers in an architecture featuring two MCUs. The design has several protection features including overvoltage protection and short circuit protection to prevent the MCUs from getting damaged. The DC/DCs: LMR36515 and LMR36015 convert the 5-V and 12-V rail into 3.3 V: which is monitored by the TPS3703 and TPS3702 voltage monitors respectively.
This reference design generates an isolated 12V/7A output from an 8V to 36V DC input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD19533Q5A and CSD19534Q5A allow this design to achieve a max load efficiency over 93%,
This single-phase boost converter operates over an input voltage range of 120 V - 350 V and provides a non-isolated output of 221 V / 0.87 A. Input voltages above 221 V are passed through to the output. With an efficiency of greater than 97%: component losses are reduced: which results in lowers operating temperatures and minimal heat sink requirements.
PMP11399 is a complete PMBus power system for 3 ASIC/FPGA cores, DDR3 core memory, VTT termination, and auxiliary voltages commonly found on high-performance Ethernet Switches. The hardware is accompanied by a GUI that allows the user to perform real-time configuration and monitoring of the power
This reference design uses the LM25118-Q1. The input voltage is between 9 V and 16 V (withstanding pulse to 32 V). The output voltage is variable from 2 V to 18 V by means of a DAC control input. If the DAC control input is left open: the output voltage is about 13.26 V. With shorted DAC control input: the output voltage is around 18 V.
This tiny reference design delivers -60-V output voltage from an input voltage around 5 V. It is typically generated by an automotive pre regulator. The LM5001-Q1 is the controller: TLV271-Q1 converts the negative output voltage to be suitable for positive feedback (FB) input of the LM5001. In general: this converter is used as auxiliary supply for LIDAR applications.
This power supply solution for Protection Relays & MCCBs handles both the current input from a Current Transformer (CT) or input from an Auxillary (Aux) source. The "self-powered" capability comes from being able to harness the power available in the grid through the CT. The flexibility of th
TIDA-01366 (also known as PMP9799) was designed for Altera's MAX® 10 FPGA. This reference design uses three DC/DC converters to power the MAX-10 cost-effectively. This design supports numerous industrial applications and any application that requires a small: high efficiency: high-temperature power supply.
This boost LED reference design uses the UCC28C42 controller to generate a non-isolated output (200-V at 400-mA) from a DC input (20-V - 28-V). The UCC28C42 provides a cost effective and precise constant-current regulation and is able to drive a 400-mA LED string up to a LED voltage of 200-V. An open LED protector circuitry provides overvoltage protection.
This is a reference design for a 12V 3-phase brushless DC fan, intended for server cooling applications. It is based on a single IC controller, the DRV10975, which drives sensorless BLDC motors with sinusoidal current that minimizes acoustic noise and torque ripple. The design require
The PMP11328 is a high power density 30A PMBus power supply meeting the Xilinx Ultrascale+ ZU9EG FPGA core rail power specifications for Base Station Remote Radio Unit (RRU) applications. The power supply regulates 0.85V for the core rail at 25A in 55mm x 40mm total power supply PCB area. PMBus c
The TIDA-00403 reference design uses off-the-shelf EVMs for ultrasonic distance measurement solutions using algorithms within the TLV320AIC3268 miniDSP. In conjunction with TI’s PurePath Studio design suite, a robust and user configurable ultrasonic distance measurement system can be design
The PMP5191 reference design uses the UCC28600 green-mode controller to generate a 5V/10W regulated output. The quasi-resonant switching of the UCC28600 allows this low-cost design to achieve maximum load efficiency over 78%, while the no load losses are less than 175mW.
The Texas Instruments bq27621-G1 is an easy to configure microcontroller peripheral that provides system-side fuel gauging for single-cell Li-ion batteries. This device requires minimal user configuration and system microntroller development. The design will provide State of Charge indication for
This offline flyback reference design uses the UCC28740 controller to generate an isolated output (12 V at 1 A) from a wide AC input (156 VAC - 440 VAC). The design was developed to be resistant to large magnetic fields (200mT) near the transformer. The transformer: the frequency and modulation modes were optimized for improved magnetic resistance.
The PMP4856 reference design uses the TPS54418 DC/DC converter and features a double-sided, small form factor layout requiring only 65 square millimeters of board space. The design is optimized for a 3.3 V input and 1.8 V output, and contains all necessary external components, includin
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 CSD1
This reference design provides a practical example of interleaved RF-sampling analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) to achieve a 12.8-GSPS sampling rate. This is achieved by time-terleaving two RF-sampling ADCs. Interleaving requires a phase shift between the ADCs: which this reference design achieves using the Noiseless Aperture Delay Adjustment (tAD Adjust) feature of the ADC12DJ3200. This feature is also used to minimize mismatches typical of interleaved ADCs: maximizing SNR: ENOB: and SFDR performance. A low phase noise clocking tree with JESD204B support is also featured on this reference design: and it is implemented using the LMX2594 wideband PLL and the LMK04828 synthesizer and jitter cleaner.
The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution is efficiently connecting applications and instruments, enabling battery powered, wide scale very low power sensor deployment. New technologies, such as TI’s advanced sensor and low power connectivity devices, are enabling these instruments to b
Implementation of HIPERFACE DSL Master protocol on Industrial Communication Sub-System (PRU-ICSS). The two wire interface allows for integration of position feedback wires into motor cable. Complete solution consists of AM437x PRU-ICSS firmware and TIDA-00177 transceiver reference design.</
The TPA3244 Dolby Atmos® Soundbar Reference Design combines Ultra-HD audio and high dynamic range to create room filling audio experience from a small form factor system. The design leverages TI's high-performance TPA3244 amplifier: PCM5252 high-performance DAC with processing: and an integrated SoC for decoding and rendering Dolby Atmos®. The soundbar reference board provides 10 DAC + amplifier channels using TI's integrated audio DSP for independent channel processing which includes digital active crossovers: DRCs: and biquads to support the 5.1.2 soundbar output configuration. The design uses the 66AK2G audio SoC for Dolby Atmos® decode and rendering.
This reference design uses the UCC28C42 boost controller and the UCC28780 active-clamp flyback controller to generate an isolated output of 24 V at 3.5 A over an ultra-wide input voltage range of 20 V to 375 V. The design also uses the UCC24612 synchronous rectifier controller on the secondary side. Zero voltage switching (ZVS) ensures high efficiency over a wide operating range.
This reference design is a low-side Buck (the output voltage is referenced to the positive DC input (+Vin node): not to the GND node). The controller drives a LED string up to 180V with 200mA constant current. The low-side Buck topology simplifies the schematic thanks to direct-driving of the FET: without the need of high-side driver.
PMP9385 is a Single-Phase Synchronous Boost Converter which accepts an input voltage of 12.5Vin to 15.5Vin and provides an output of 24Vout capable of supplying a maximum of 8A of current to the load. Design uses an LM5122 Synchronous Boost controller and CSD18531Q5A FETs.
The quasi-resonant flyback design is a dual output converter with a 24 Volt output and a 6 Volt output. The voltages that are supplied are important for supplying power in audio applications. The design is very low noise for sensitive audio signals with less than 2.5 % voltage ripple on the 24 V output.