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Reference Designs

  • Altera Arria V SoC Power Supply Reference Design - PMP9360.6 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9360: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Arria V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design - PMP8610.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8610: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design - PMP9353.7 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9353: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Arria V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9360.6: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Arria V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • 24V input to 14V@6A, Non Sync Buck LED Driver
    PMP7761: It is a High current Non Synchronous buck DC-DC LED driver. The LM3409 uses Constant Off-Time (COFT) control to regulate an accurate constant current without the need for external control loop compensation. Analog and PWM dimming are easy to implement and result in a highly linear dimming range with excellent achievable contrast ratios. Programmable UVLO, low-power shutdown, and thermal shutdown complete the feature set.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.8: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA (1.1V@6A) Reference Design - PMP8571.4 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8571: 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.
  • Altera Arria V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9360.4: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Arria V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA (1.1V@6A) Reference Design
    PMP8571.4: 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.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA (.75V@.75A) Reference Design - PMP8571.5 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8571: PMP8571.5 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.
  • 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.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design
    PMP8610.2: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.2: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Arria V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9360.5: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Arria V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design
    PMP8610.1: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design
    PMP8610.4: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • 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.
  • 48V Vin Nominal, 100V Vout @ 1A Single-Phase Synchronous Boost Converter
    PMP7933: PMP7933 is a single-phase synchronous boost converter using the LM5122 controller IC. The design accepts an input voltage of 48Vin +/-5% and provides an output voltage of 100Vout capable of supplying a maximum of 1A of current to the load. The design was built on the PMP7896 revB PCB.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design
    PMP8610.3: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.1: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design - PMP9353.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9353: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.9: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.5: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Arria V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9360.3: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Arria V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Arria V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9360.2: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Arria V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design - PMP8610.7 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8610: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Forward converter with Universal input driving 2x6 LEDs
    PMP7762: PMP7762 is an offline LED driver with TRIAC dimming. It has short circuit protection as well as op amp control for dimming. It uses 2 op amp control for each LED string to ensure that current in the LED strings match. LM3445 includes a bleeder circuit to ensure proper triac operation by allowing current flow while the line voltage is low to enable proper firing of the triac.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.6: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA
    PMP8571: 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.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design - PMP8610.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8610: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design
    PMP8610: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA (.75V@.75A) Reference Design
    PMP8571.5: PMP8571.5 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.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA (2.5V@3.5A) - PMP8571.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8571: PMP8571.1 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.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA (3.3V@2.5A) Reference Design
    PMP8571.2: PMP8571.2 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.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design
    PMP8610.7: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Altera Arria V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9360.1: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Arria V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.7: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.3: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.10: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design
    PMP8610.5: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC FPGA Power Reference Design
    PMP9353: The PMP9353 reference design is a complete power solution for Altera Cyclone V SoC devices. This design uses several LMZ3 series modules , two LDOs, and a DDR termination regulator to provide all the necessary rails to power the SoC chip. This design also shows correct power-up sequencing.
  • 350W Constant Voltage - Constant Current (CVCC) Phase-Shifted Full Bridge reference design
    PMP9622: This reference design uses the UCC3895 Phase-Shifted Full Bridge controller to implement a high efficiency, 120VAC input to 44Vdc up to 8A output. The power supply is set up to be constant voltage-constant current. The voltage and current are set by fixed resistor values and could be set by micro-processor in the actual product. The design is biased by a low-cost BJT Flyback using the UCC28720 PWM controller.
  • Altera Arria V SoC FPGA Power Solution Reference Design
    PMP9360: The PMP9360 reference design is a complete power solution for Altera's Arria V™ SoC devices. This design uses several LMZ3 series modules , an LDO, and a DDR termination regulator to provide all the necessary rails to power the SoC chip. This design also shows correct power up sequencing.
  • Altera Arria V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9360.7: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Arria V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Active clamp forward with -30 to -6V input and 6V @ 18A output
    PMP7756: PMP7756 is an active clamp forward controller. It has a 6V @ 18A isolated output. It uses self driven synchronous regulation.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA (1.5V@3A) Reference Design
    PMP8571.3: PMP8571.3 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.
  • Arria V Power Reference Design
    PMP8610.6: Power Solution Reference Design for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This solution uses integrated inductor modules for ease of use to help design power solution for Arria V FPGA from Altera. This design incorporate sequencing need for the PFGA as well. Go to the TPS84 to LMZ3 part number cross reference.
  • 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.
  • Altera Cyclone V SoC Power Supply Reference Design
    PMP9353.4: This reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera's Cyclone V SoC FPGA. This design uses LMZ3 series modules to generate the rails to power the FPGA.
  • Power for Altera Cyclone V (Cyclone 5) FPGA (2.5V@3.5A)
    PMP8571.1: PMP8571.1 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.

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