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BAT54_NL Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, TO-236AB, LEAD FREE PACKAGE-3 Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation BAT54 vs BAT54_NL
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Reference Designs

  • 28Vdc Input Super Cap Charger with Boost Converter for Bus Holdup Reference Design - PMP7327.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7327: This reference design uses the BQ24640 super cap charging controller to charge a large bank of super caps to a voltage below the input bus voltage. During an input bus dropout, the energy from the super caps is used to power a boost converter that can supply 10A of output current at 26.2V. This output can be used to hold up the bus voltage for up to 10 seconds (260W for 10 sec).
  • System Level Power Reference Design for A13 Automotive Wireless Charger Transmitter
    PMP10709: PMP10709 is a system optimized 50 W power designs for A13 Wireless Charger Transmitter used in automotive system. The design has various front end automotive protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Through PFET’s body diode), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET). PMP10709 is primarily four Switch synchronous Buck – Boost design, which supports wide Input voltage range (7V-20V) and delivers any output from 1V-10V based on DAC output of the A13 Wireless Charger. The DAC output changes from 1V to 3.3V which in turn changes the output voltage from 10V to 1V (on the fly) as needed by the algorithm of A13 wireless charger’s transmitter. This design utilizes best in Class Synchronous four Switch Buck Boost Controller LM5175. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 20Vin and provides the output of 1V- 10V@5 A. Output current never exceeds 5A to protect the charging Coil. The average current regulation loop of the IC at the output is used for this protection.
  • 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.
  • 21V to 26V @ 4A LED Driver
    PMP5715.2: The PMP5715.2 is the second block, an LLC resonant isolated stage, which takes the 410V from the PFC stage and delivers 26V @ 4A constant current, suitable for LED panel driving. The loop is closed by means of a current transformer, connected to the output windings. An open string protection is accomplished by and optocoupler and a zener diode.
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC
    PMP10110.2: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • Current Controlled Boost/Buck-Boost for LED Drivers
    PMP4640: PMP4640 is a current controlled LED driver with an input voltage range of 1.8V to 5.5V. It is ideal for flashlight applications with 2 to 3 batteries. The output current is 600mA and the output voltage can vary in a broad range (5.5V max.).
  • High Resolution, Portable Light Steering Reference Design using DLP Technology
    DLP4500-C350REF: This reference design, featuring the DLP® 0.45” WXGA chipset and implemented in the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), enables flexible control of high resolution, accurate patterns for industrial, medical, and scientific applications. With a free USB-based GUI and API, developers can easily integrate TI’s innovative digital micromirror device (DMD) technology with cameras, sensors, motors, and other peripherals to create highly differentiated 3D machine vision systems, 3D printers, and augmented reality displays.
  • High Efficiency 36-60V Input Isolated Synchronous Flyback Reference Design with Dual Outputs
    PMP11065.1: PMP11065 is an isolated synchronous flyback converter with dual outputs of 3.3V/2.5A and 5V/2.8A. The 36-60V input is suitable for use in most telecom and PoE applications that require high efficiency.
  • 36-60Vin, 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter with PSFB ZTE and HSHB Reference Design - PMP7246.2 - 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).
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps - PMP9780.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9780: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • 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.
  • Signal Processing Subsystem and Current Input Based Self Power for Breaker Applications (ACB/MCCB)
    TIDA-00498: THe TIDA-00498 reference design features signal processing front-end and self-power block for electronic trip unit (ETU) used in circuit breakers. A FRAM based micro-controller is used for processing current inputs from signal conditioning amplifiers for 3-phase, neutral and ground current. Two gains are used to extend the range for phase current measurement. This reference design can also self-power using rectified current input. TIDA-00498 is desiged for fast and repeatable tripping (within 30mS) for wide current and temperature range.
  • 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.
  • 360W Digital Controlled Phase Shift Full Bridge converter
    TIDA-00412: DC-DC power converter with digital control using UCD3138CC64EVM-030 daughter-card. The daughter-card with preloaded firmware providing the required control functions for a Phase Shift Full Bridge converter. The TIDA-00412 (UCD3138PSFBEVM-027) accepts a DC input from 370 to 400 VDC, and outputs a typical 12 VDC with full-load output power at 360 W, or full output current of 30 A.
  • 220W Synchronous 4 Switch Buck-Boost Converter
    PMP9490: PMP9490 is a 225W four Switch Buck –Boost Design utilizing best in Class Synchronous Buck Boost Converter LM5175. The design accepts an input voltage of 9.5Vin to 20Vin and provides the outputs of 15V@15 A for Constant Voltage Output Application such as Voltage stabilizer or as Power amplifier SMPS, 10.8V to 15V@12.5A for CC/CV Battery Charger application, and 12.5 A for Constant Current LED Drive application. It features an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using discrete Buck and boost converters. The average current regulation loop of the IC at the output is used for Battery Charging profiling with no external circuit being involved.
  • 21V to 26V @ 4A LED Driver
    PMP5715.1: The PMP5715.1 is a transition mode (TM) Boost PFC that, from high line (176Vac to 280Vac), supplies 410V @ 283mA to the second block: the LLC stage.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Low Iq Dual Synchonous Buck Converter (10.3V@10A)
    PMP7856.2: This is a synchronous buck converter with low Iq current. It has an input voltage range of 19V-to-32Vin and two regulated outputs: 10.3Vout @ 15A and 10.3Vout @ 10A.
  • Class 3- Mulitple Output, High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP8408: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications where high efficiency and multiple outputs are required. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as IP Phones. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 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.
  • 310W PSU Using Transition Mode Bridgeless PFC and LLC-SRC - Reference Design
    PMP9640: High efficiency, high power factor and reliable power supply are the main focus of the PMP9640 design for motor driver applications. Low cost analog transition mode (TM) PFC controller UCC28051 has been used for bridgeless PFC as the first conversion stage of the PMP9640. LLC series resonant converter (SRC) with UCC25600 is applied as the second stage of the PMP9640. In addition, a high-side buck converter with UCC28710 is applied here as the bias supply. In this design, bridgeless PFC efficiency can go up to 98.5%.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Sync Buck (1.2V@10A off 12V or 3.3V) for Power MUX
  • 300VDC-800VDC Input, 54W 4 Channel Outputs, PSR Flyback with SiC-FET Reference Design
    PMP10415.3: This design uses low cost primary side regulation (PSR) IC UCC28700 with a SiC-FET for 300VDC-800VDC input range. Four outputs with separated grounds, 25V/19W, 25V/17W, 25V/10.1W, and 25V/8W are generated.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • LED driver for T8 tube, 15 watt 277Vac input
    PMP8449: This is an isolated 277vav to 8 LED at 650 ma that is designed to fit in a standard T8(1inch) tube.
  • 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.
  • 33W Offline QR Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs Reference Design
    PMP10020.1: This design uses the UCC28610 quasi-resonant flyback controller to generate 3 isolated outputs from an universal input (90VAC - 290VAC). It was built on a low cost single layer PCB. The regulated output provides 12V@1.89A and the maximum output power is 33W.
  • Generates 4V@ 800mA avg/2.5Apeak using SEPIC configuration
    PMP5624: lowest input voltage, synchronous sepic w/ TPS43000, provides up to 10W output power
  • 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.
  • Universal Digital Interface to Absolute Position Encoders Reference Design
    TIDA-00179: The TIDA-00179 reference design is an EMC compliant universal digital interface to connect to absolute position encoders, like EnDat 2.2, BiSS®, SSI or HIPERFACE DSL®. The design supports a wide input voltage range from 15-60V (24V nom). A connector with 3.3V logic I/O signals allows for direct interface to the host processor to run the master protocol. The design allows the host processor to select between a 4-wire encoder interface like EnDat 2.2 and BiSS or a 2-wire interface with power over RS485 like HIPERFACE DSL. To meet the selected encoder's supply range, the design offers a programmable output voltage with either 5.25V or 11V. This design’s power supply offers protection against over-voltage and short circuit according to the selected encoder’s voltage range to prevent damage during a cable short. TIDA-00179 has been tested up to 100m cable length with EnDat 2.2 and 2-wire HIPERFACE DSL encoders.
  • Universal AC Input, 5V@2.1A Dual Port Smart USB Charger
    PMP7389: The PMP7389 reference design uses the UCC28610 and UCC24610 in a Quasi Resonant Flyback to generate 5V. Two ports support dual charging of devices at up to 2.1A for USB charging. The TPS2511 USB power switch also offers the data line control to charge many devices.
  • 48V Input 3.3V/30A with Output Pre-bias
    PMP5997: This reference design generates a 3.3V/100W output from a standard 48V telecom input and allows for a pre-biased output. The UCC2897A controls operation of the active clamp power stage. The drive signal for the synchronous rectifiers is sent to the secondary side through an ISO7220 digital isolator. This drive signal is blanked out during startup to allow for a pre-biased output. This design achieves efficiencies over 92% and is built on a standard ¼ brick footprint.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.25V @ 10mA)
    PMP5922.9: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.5V @ 350mA) - PMP5922.7 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5922: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 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.
  • Dual Phase Synchronous Buck
    PMP7884: This is a dual-phase, synchronous buck converter with an input voltage range of 30.6V-to-37.4Vin and an output of 9Vout @ 15A.
  • Flyback for Automotive (16V @ 5A)
  • 1kW Triple-Rail Isolated DC/DC Digital Power Supply for Telecom (48V@10A)
    PMP4333.2: This reference design demostrates full-function 1.2KW triple-rail digital power supply solution for telecom application. The input range is 36-60Vin and outputs are two 48V10A(Full bridge) and one 5.5V30A(active clamp). Synchrounous rectifiers are used in the design and the overall efficiency is up to 92%@full load. The full-feature digital solution includes soft start, power up/down sequencing,fast response to input dip, protection features as OVP, OCP, OTP and input UVLO. Other devices like LM34927, UCC27324, UCC27201 are also used to provide bias supply and drive the FETs.
  • Universal input, 5V,5A output Dual Port High Power USB Charger
    PMP5952: This reference design is a high efficiency dual charger designed with the UCC28610 + UCC24610 combination and 2 TPS2540 (USB switches). The UCC24610 provides quasi-resonant control and burst-mode for improved light-load efficiency and low standby power while the UCC24610 a green rectifier controller enables high efficiency at full load. The TPS2540 USB switch enables the charger to identify the host and provide the proper data line configuration.
  • 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.
  • 400VDC Input to 28V/9A Output Compact, High Efficiency CLL Resonant Converter Reference Design
    PMP9750: PMP9750 is a CLL resonant converter reference design with 400VDC input and 28V/9A ouput. Unlike LLC series resonant converter, CLL resonant converter used in PMP9750 utilizes its output inductor to minimize the size of the resonant tank. With resonant controller UCC25600 and bridge driver UCC27714, PMP9750 is able to achieve 95.7% peak efficiency.
  • Single Supply Analog Input Module Reference Design with 16-Bit, 8-Channel ADC for PLC
    TIPD166: This design is for a 16-bit, 8-channel analog input module for industrial programmable logic controller (PLC) systems. The circuit is realized with an 8-channel, 16-bit, successive-approximation-register (SAR), analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with an integrated precision reference and analog front-end (AFE) circuit.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Non-Isolated Synchronous Buck used for Transportation and Automotive Applications
    PMP7858: This is a synchronous buck converter with an input voltage range of 8V-to-16Vin (40Vin max) and a regulated output at 5Vout @ 1.5A.
  • Buck-Boost (12V @ 6A)
  • Parallel Flyback Converters (12V@4A) for PoE Powered Device (PD) Reference Design
  • 110V AC in Non-isolated Dimmiable GU10 LED Driver
    PMP4389: The PMP4389 is a 110Vac input non-isolate dimmable GU10 LED driver using TPS92075. It delivers 30V120mA output with high efficiency > 81% over input range. The PF>0.97. PMP4389 demonstrates perfect compatiblity with different dimmers. The overall size is limited in 26mmx18mmx16mm. PMP4389 also passes EMI guidelines.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.05V @ 3.4A)
    PMP5922.5: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 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.
  • Synchronous Buck 5.0V / 25A
    PMP5630: "PMP5630 is a high-power synchronous buck converter using TPS40180 and two NexFETs at a time for the high and low side of the power stage. It generates 5.0V @ 25A (33A peak) on the output from an input of 11-13V."
  • Small Wireless Power Transmitter for Low Power Wearable Applications
    TIDA-00334: TI design TIDA-00334 wireless power supply transmitter is an application of the bq500212A IC in a small form factor design targeted at low power wearable devices. Input voltage to the unit is 5V from a Micro USB connector. The low power design will support output power at the receiver up to 2.5W. All key transmitter circuits are laid out in a 30mm area which matches the diameter the Wurth coil P/N 760308101103. This area is slightly larger than a US Quarter or 2 Euro coin. PCB is 38mm X 76mm (1.5” X 3.0”) but area for the circuit is inside the 30mm coil diameter is about 700mm2.
  • 36-60V Input, 8.5V/400mA Synchronous Buck Reference Design
    PMP10847: This design uses the LM5017 to generate an 8.5V at 400mA rail from a 36V-60Vdc source. The constant on-time control method of the LM5017 minimizes the component count, resulting in a simple design. This supply achieves a peak efficiency over 87%.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (2.5V @ 50mA)
    PMP5922.6: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 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).
  • 60Vin 12Vout @ 4A Buck Reference Design
    PMP9333: The circuit has an operating input voltage range of 50V to 60V max. The output is set at 12V at 4A continuous, with a 7A peak transient.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.1V @ 3.5A)
    PMP5922.1: TI's Highest Power Density Low Input Voltage Complete Intel Atom E6xx (Tunnel Creek) power system designs; in 967mm2 this design has all the voltage regulators needed to power Intel's Atom E6xx CPU platform and fit onto a 70x70 or smaller COM Express Module used in Industrial Automation and Process Control applications.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (.9V @ .5A)
  • 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.
  • Automotive USB Charger
    PMP6934: This is a synchronous buck running off automotive 12 volts which supplies 5 volts at 5 amps. The 5 volts is then passed through two TPS2543 charging port power switches.
  • 1kW Triple-rail isolated DC/DCDigital power supply for Telecom (5.5V@30A)
    PMP4333.3: This reference design demostrates full-function 1.2KW triple-rail digital power supply solution for telecom application. The input range is 36-60Vin and outputs are two 48V10A(Full bridge) and one 5.5V30A(active clamp). Synchrounous rectifiers are used in the design and the overall efficiency is up to 92%@full load. The full-feature digital solution includes soft start, power up/down sequencing,fast response to input dip, protection features as OVP, OCP, OTP and input UVLO. Other devices like LM34927, UCC27324, UCC27201 are also used to provide bias supply and drive the FETs.
  • Class 4, Cost-optimized, Flyback Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP6812: This reference evaluation module, featuring the TPS23754 PoE interface and DC-to-DC controller is used for class 4 PoE applications. The flyback topology with diode rectification results in a low-cost converter for PoE applications such as a security camera. With the appropriate BOM changes, PMP6812 can also operate as a 13W supply.
  • 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.
  • LED driver with dimming 140V…170V@0.35A
    PMP5652: The PMP5652 combines together the cascode Flyback topology (fast startup) and the constant ON time modulation to achieve high power factor and constant current driving, suitable for LED lighting application. The input voltage is the high line and a 0…10V analog input is used as dimming control voltage.
  • Universal Input, 21V…26V @ 4A LED Driver
    PMP5739: The PMP5739 is a the universal line version of PMP5715. By means of a PFC TM Boost and a LLC stage delivers 21V...26V @ 4A constant current, suitable for LED panel driving. The loop is closed by means of a current transformer, connected to the output windings. An open string protection is accomplished by and optocoupler and a zener diode
  • 4 series Driver (500mA@11) for LED Bulb
  • PFC Flyback
    PMP2614: The PMP2614 is an isolated opto-less single-stage PFC flyback. The loop is closed to the primary side. The typical application is a 34V LED bus voltage generator.
  • 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.
  • '5V-12V input; Synchronous Buck; 0.9V-3.3V, 20A output with PMBus
    PMP6997: The PMP6997 reference design uses TPS40400 & CSD86350Q5D to to power a Synchronous Buck Converter. Electrical and Thermal test results shown for 12Vin 1.2Vout at 20A. An on board dynamic load allows rapid load transients to be tested. An on board TLC555 timer can demonstrate external synchronization.
  • 8 to 18Vin 48Vout @ 1A Single-Phase Isolated Flyback Converter Reference Design
    PMP7899: PMP7899 is an isolated flyback converter utilizing the LM5022 for industrial applications. This design has a minimum operating input voltage of 8V and a maximum input voltage of 18V. A custom flyback transformer from Coilcraft is used in this design.
  • 15 Cell Lithium Ion Battery Controller Analog Front End Reference Design
    TIDA-00255: The TIDA00255 reference design utilizes the bq76940 analog front end (AFE) IC. It measures cell voltages, and die temperature or external thermistor voltage using a 14 bit ADC. Current is measured separately by a separate 16 bit coulomb counter. The design can turn off low side power FETs to stop discharge or charge based on selected hardware limits. A microcontroller not included in this design would be part of the battery controller to communicate to the AFE to set protection thresholds, turn on the power FETs, provide fault recovery and turn off the FETs for over or under temperature conditions. A battery controller design may contain other features which are not part of this reference design such as secondary over voltage protection, gauging, and isolated communication to let the system know the state of the battery.
  • Multi-Transformer 2x25V (50V@700mA)
    PMP5660.2: From universal input to two strings LED @ 700mA, 50V maximum per string, this PMP5660 offers high efficiency even with a two stage solution: PFC TM Boost and multi-transformer LLC resonant. A TLC555 provides a internal PWM dimming function.
  • USB-C DFP+ USB-A Power Bank with Input & Output Fast Charger Reference Design
    PMP4451.1: This is a power bank reference design with a USB typc C DFP plus a USB type A port supporting high voltage discharging. Fast charger input is also supported to save more charging time. It can detect the input port attach/detach automatically, as well as the output ports.
  • UPOE High-Efficiency Flyback Converter (19V/2.3A) for Forced 4-Pair PoE PD Apps Reference Design
    TIDA-00539: TIDA-00539 uses two TPS2378 PD controllers for a forced 4-pair UPOE solution to 51W non-standard PoE PD applications. It incorportates the UCC2897A controller in a high-efficiency, great transient response (driven) synch flyback converter capble of 19V at 2.3A.
  • 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.
  • Class 4 High-Efficiency Driven Flyback Converter (5V/5A) for PoE PD Applications Reference Design
    TIDA-00617: The TIDA-00617 reference design uses the TPS23751 PoE PD controller in a high effciency (driven) synch flyback converter capable of 5V at 5A.
  • Buck-Boost (3.8V @ 1.5A) for LED Drivers
    PMP2440: This high-current single LED driver operates from a single cell Li-Ion battery or a 5V input. It uses a sync-buck controller to implement a 4-switch buck-boost topology. This allows it to operate at near 50% duty cycle, with lower component stresses while regulating a constant LED current.
  • 12V/400W Dual-Phase 1/4 Brick Buck Converter Reference Design Delivers 97% Peak Efficiency
    PMP7819: This 400W ¼ brick DC/DC converter leverages the LM5119’s dual-phase capability to drive a 33A load in an industry-standard ¼ brick module footprint. This compact design delivers 97% peak efficiency while maintaining balanced current through each phase, which reduces thermal stress and enables lower system cost by eliminating the need to over-design the surrounding power components.
  • 380V/350mA Dimmable LED Driver using Single String LLC Solution without Dimming FET
    PMP4371: This design is based on PMP4350 and supports higher output voltage up to 380V. Different from PMP4350, the high voltage LED switch MOSFET is removed and reduced overall cost. With additional resistor and capacitor from LEDSW to CS pin, the LED driver demos good linearity dimming performnace under analog and PWM dimming mode. High effiency (>94%), high PF(>0.94) isolated AC/DC single string output LED lighting solution for high watt (>100W) general LED lighting. The topology uses Transition Mode (TM) PFC plus LLC control and achieves high efficiency (>94%) and high PF(>0.94). The target application for this reference design is TV LED backlight, outdoor and high-bay general LED lighting.
  • 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.
  • 335W Single Stage LLC-SRC Converter Reference Design - PMP10375.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10375: The PMP10375 reference design is a single stage LLC series resonant converter (SRC), producing up to a 335W output using UCC25600 resonant controller. With the use of single stage LLC-SRC, the converter efficiency goes up to 90% at 335W full output power with 120VAC input.
  • 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.
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps
    PMP9780.3: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design
    PMP8930.5: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.
  • 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.
  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design
    PMP8930.1: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.
  • 6.5V/2A Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP10026: This reference design provides an output voltage of 6.5V from an input voltage range of 3V to 6.5V.
  • Class 3- Mulitple Output, High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP8454.1: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications where high efficiency and multiple outputs are required. PMP8454.1 has an output of 3.3V@2A. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a IP Phones. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 18-36VDCin, 5V/4A Active Clamp Reference Design
    PMP10871: The PMP10871 reference design uses the UCC2897A to control an active clamp forward and converts an 18-36V input to an isolated 5V/4A output with efficiency over 92%. This compact design uses only surface mount components.
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps
    PMP9780.0: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • 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.
  • Class 3- Mulitple Output, High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP8454.2: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications where high efficiency and multiple outputs are required. This design has a specific output of 5V@1A. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a IP Phones. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 18W AC-DC Indoor LED Driver
    PMP6694: The PMP6694 is 18W LED based reference design for replacing incandescent and halogen bulbs utilizing UCC28810 quasi resonant PFC flyback converter.
  • USB-C DFP + 5V2A Power Bank With Input Fast Charger Reference Design
    PMP11536: PMP11536 is a power bank reference design with a USB typc C DFP plus a USB type A port employing the boost mode of a Maxcharger. Fast charger input is also supported to save more charging time. It can detect the input port attach/detach events automatically, as well as the output ports.
  • Sync Buck for communications (5V @ 200mA) - PMP5239.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5239: PMP5239 provides 1.8V at 18A off 3.3V using TPS40021 plus NexFETs. Also 5V at 200mA provided by TPS61027.
  • PSR Flyback using UCC28710 for Universal 85-265VAC Input with 12V/60W Rated Output Reference Design
    PMP10350: This design uses the PSR controller UCC28710 for a 12V/60W DCM Flyback converter. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 84.3% at 120VAC/60Hz input and 86% at 230VAC/50Hz input.
  • 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.
  • Class 1 Mulitple Output High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications Reference Design
    PMP8752.1: This converter is used for Class 1 PoE applications where high-efficiency and multiple-outputs are required. The multi-outputs for this design are 3.3V/0.7A, 5V/0.145A, 3.3V/1.5A. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency, and small size for PoE applications, such as an IP phone solution. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE powered device and the PWM controller functions.
  • Telecom Bus Converter for Module Replacement
    PMP5711: Highest performance, highest power 175W telecom active clamp forward, 5V @35A w/ lowest form factor
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC - PMP10110.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10110: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • RGB-LED driver with microcontroller-based color mixing
    PMP7247: This design contains three TPS92551 LED-driver modules (buck topology) which can be independently PWM-modulated by a microcontroller for color mixing or dimming. The maximum input voltage is 50V and the circuit offers the possibility, to use several driver boards in master-slave configuration.
  • 30W Isolated Synchronous Flyback Converter Reference Design
    PMP10506: PMP10506 is an isolated synchronous flyback converter using the LM5122 controller IC. The design accepts an input voltage of 9Vin to 60Vin and provides an isolated output of 5Vout capable of supplying 6A of continuous current to the load.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.05V @ 7A) - PMP4742.5 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4742: 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.
  • 85VAC to 265VAC Input, 7.5V Output, 15W Quasi-Resonant Flyback
    PMP8362.1: This reference design uses the UCC28610 quasi-resonant flyback controller to generate isolated 7.5V and 12V outputs from a universal AC input. The 7.5V output is designed to provide up to 1.3A of output current, while the 12V output is capable of providing up to 0.42A. The 7.5V output is regulated, while the 12V output is generated from a stacked, unregulated winding on the transformer.
  • 14Vin to 15.5Vin, 24Vout @ 8A Synchronous Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP9386: PMP9385 is a synchronous dual-phase boost converter accepts an input voltage of 14V to 15.5V, and outputs 24V, capable of providing 8A of current to the load.
  • 12V input to 3.3@2A output + Isolated 3.3V@150mA
    PMP4536: On a standard 12Vin to 3.3Vout@2A Buck converter, the main inductor has been replaced with a coupled one, thus adding an isolated 3.3V@150mA output. A linear regulator stabilizes the 3.3Vout.
  • Basestation Transceiver with DPD Feedback Path
    TIDA-00068: The design is for a small cell base station development platform. It provides two real receive paths, two complex transmit paths, and a shared real feedback path. This design has macro basestation performance, but with small cell base station footprint. The current design handles up to 20MHz of bandwidth.
  • 8 Channel 1A/Ch High Side Driver for Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Reference Design
    TIDA-00183: The TIDA-00183 shows a high density, high power digital output circuitry with full protection and isolation for programmable logic controllers in factory automation and control environment. The BeagleBone-Black cape formfactor allows easy evaluation of the used driver chips and the interoperation with an MSP430 MCU for innovative protection schemes.
  • Class 4- High Efficiency 12V Class 4 PoE Converter Reference Design
    PMP8812: This design is a 12V/2.1A synchronous flyback converter for high efficiency PoE applications. The TPS23752 combines the Powered Device and PWM controllers in one package. Additional features are synchronous rectifier disable for improved light load efficiency and support for ulta low power sleep mode.
  • 24 series Driver (350mA@82) for Street Lighting
  • 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.
  • 1kW Triple-Rail Isolated DC/DC Digital Power Supply for Telecom (48V@10A - PMP4333.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4333: This reference design demostrates full-function 1.2KW triple-rail digital power supply solution for telecom application. The input range is 36-60Vin and outputs are two 48V10A(Full bridge) and one 5.5V30A(active clamp). Synchrounous rectifiers are used in the design and the overall efficiency is up to 92%@full load. The full-feature digital solution includes soft start, power up/down sequencing,fast response to input dip, protection features as OVP, OCP, OTP and input UVLO. Other devices like LM34927, UCC27324, UCC27201 are also used to provide bias supply and drive the FETs.
  • Isolated Flyback using 13-110Vin 1to generate 2V@500mA
    PMP2657: This isolated flyback takes advantage from the off-the-shelf standard transformer and from 13V….110Vin delivers 12V @ 500mA. An UVLO is added to the controller.
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps
    PMP9780.1: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • Dual Output Synchronous Buck Converters using the TPS40140, 12V Input to 1.2V at 8A and 1.0V at 8A
    PMP2994: PMP2994 uses the TPS40140 in a dual output synchronous buck configuration to generate 1.2V and 1.0V from 12V input. TPS40140 is designed to run at 200KHz to keep the efficiency close to 90% for both 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.
  • 8Vdc-75Vdc Input; 3.3V, +/-2.5V, 1.2V Output; Ultra-Low Power Flyback
    PMP4986: The PMP4986 reference design uses the UCC2581 PWM controller to generate an isolated 3.3V/300mA output. Three TPS62110 converters are used to create +/-2.5V and 1.2V outputs from the 3.3V output. A TPS54060 is used on the primary side to create a non-isolated 3.3V/12mA output. The TPS62110 converters can be synchronized to an external 1MHz clock. The UCC2581 and TPS54060 supplies can be synchronized to an external 125kHz clock through the ISO7242.
  • Solar Dice: a Sensor Node in the Internet of Things (IoT) Reference Design
    PMP9754: The Solar Dice are a battery-less, wirelessly-transmitting device for the Internet of Things. An onboard accelerometer detects the orientation of the Dice and wirelessly transmits this to a host, such as a USB dongle or smartphone. The reference design demonstrates an ultra-low power sensor node, which is enabled by ultra-low power optimized code for the CC430 and ultra-low power management through the TPS62740. The entire system draws a mere 2.36µA when in standby mode. The Solar Dice are just an example of an unlimited number of different sensor types (temperature, humidity, pressure, etc.) that are enabled by the TPS62740 and CC430.
  • Low Iq Dual Synchonous Buck Converter (10.3V@15A)
    PMP7856.1: This is a synchronous buck converter with low Iq current. It has an input voltage range of 19V-to-32Vin and two regulated outputs: 10.3Vout @ 15A and 10.3Vout @ 10A.
  • Class 3- Mulitple Output, High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications - PMP8408.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8408: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications where high efficiency and multiple outputs are required. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a IP Phones. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 300VDC-800VDC Input, 54W 4 Channel Outputs, PSR Flyback with SiC-FET Reference Design - PMP10415.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10415: This design uses low cost primary side regulation (PSR) IC UCC28700 with a SiC-FET for 300VDC-800VDC input range. Four outputs with separated grounds, 25V/19W, 25V/17W, 25V/10.1W, and 25V/8W are generated.
  • 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.
  • Sync Buck for communications (1.2V @ 18A)
    PMP5239.1: PMP5239 provides 1.8V at 18A off 3.3V using TPS40021 plus NexFETs. Also 5V at 200mA provided by TPS61027.
  • Laser and Ionization Unit
    PMP2534: The PMP2534 is composed of two times active clamp forward, delivering 0…35V@10Amax, two current limit functions to protect the 3.3V and 5V outputs and some interface for a microcntroller. The active clamps are constant voltage and/or constant current controllable by means of two PWM inputs. This power supply is suitable as general bench power generator from a desktop standard PSU as source.
  • 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.
  • Intel IMVP7 2nd Generation Core Mobile (Core i7) Power Management Reference Design
    TIDA-00020: The Intel Core i7 power management design is a complete solution for the Intel™ IMVP-7 Serial VID (SVID) Power System The design features an IMVP-7 3-Phase CPU supply, a single-phase GPU Vcore supply, a 1.05VCCIO supply, and a DDR3L/DDR4 memory rail. To greatly improve power density and thermal performance, TI's 5-mm x 6mm NEXFET Power Block MOSFETs are used.
  • High-Efficiency Isolated Flyback Converter Reference Design for PoE Application
    PMP9446: PMP9446 is an Isolated Flyback Converter using the LM5022 controller IC. The design accepts an input voltage of 10Vin to 15Vin (12Vin Nominal) and provides an output of 54Vout capable of supplying 0.75A of continuous current to the load. The design was built on the PMP7899 PCB, which was modified to the PMP9446 design configuration and requirements.
  • Class 2 Dual Output High Efficiency Non-Isolated Synch Flyback Conv for PoE Apps Reference Design
    PMP9012: This reference design is an IEEE802.3af, type 1 compliant powered device. The synchronous flyback converter provides good efficiency with dual outputs (5V/580mA, 3.3V/900mA), non-isolated. It can be used in PoE applications such as a video or VoIP phones. The TPS23785BPWP contains both the PoE powered device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 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.
  • Dual Phase Synchronous Buck (30Vout@10A)
    PMP7885: This is a dual-phase, synchronous buck converter with an input voltage range of 30.6V-to-37.4Vin and providing an output of 30Vout @ 10A.
  • Intel IMVP7 3rd Generation Core Mobile (Core i7) Power Management Reference Design
    TIDA-00021: The Intel Core i7 power management design is a complete solution for Intel IMVP-7 SVID. A GUI communication program is available along with several test points on the board to evaluate the static and dynamic performance of the CPU's DC/DC Controller. The design features an IMVP-7 3-Phase CPU supply, a 2 Phase GPU Vcore supply, a 1.05VCCIO supply, and a DDR3L/DDR4 memory rail. To greatly improve power density and thermal performance, TI's 5-mm x 6mm NEXFET Power Block MOSFETs are used.
  • High Density 160 A (210 A peak) 4 Phase DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP9131: Fixed frequency voltage mode control is used for CPU, Memory and ASIC applications where a predictable frequency and/or synchrnization to an external clock is needed. Four high-current synchronous power stages provide the high currents and low losses needed for these applications. Multi-phase also allows output ripple cancellation and effective higher bandwidth control for a given switching frequency. PMP9131 focuses on ease of electrical testing and ability to make changes "on the fly" thru the PMBus interface. On-board bias supplies and a high speed dynamic load round out the rich test interface.
  • 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.
  • 200W Natural Interleaving Transition-Mode PFC Flyback LED Driver Reference Design
    PMP10116: This design uses the UCC28063A transition-mode pfc controller to drive LEDs up to 700mA current from an AC input. This flyback pfc topology provides isolation and uses quasi-resonant mode control. It supports analog dimming on the output side.
  • Multiphase Synchronous Buck Converter, Six phase 12V Input to 1V at 150A
    PMP2064: PMP2064 uses the TPS40140 in a stackable configuration to generate a multiphase design capable of high current output. The design is setup for each board to use the TPS40140 IC to generate a 2 phase output at up to 50A. Multiple boards can be linked together to create a large current output. The test report included here is for a six phase design generating 150A.
  • Non-Isolated Synchronous Buck
    PMP7882: This is a synchronous buck converter with an input voltage range of 10.8V-to-13.2Vin and provinding an output of 1.2Vout @ 3A.
  • Offline AC/DC 75W 2-Switch Quasi-Resonant Flyback Converter Reference Design
    PMP10035: This design uses the LM5023 flyback controller for the 2-Switch Quasi-Resonant Flyback Topology. It generates an isolated output (19.5V@3.84A) from an universal input (85VAC - 265VAC).
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC
    PMP10110.1: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Integrated 1-3S Standalone Battery Charger with EMI Compliance Reference Design
    PMP4397: The PMP4397 is a battery charger module reference design suitable for 2-cell battery applications with a DC input of 4.5V – 15V. Detailed data for radiated emissions compliance is provided. The cell number could be trimmed by resistors over a range from 1-cell to 3-cells. A typical application is for 2-cells (8.4V/2000mAH).
  • 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.
  • LCD Bias Power Reference Design with TPS61085
    PMP9770: This reference design delivers a low cost LCD bias power circuit using the boost converter IC TPS61085. The solution provides all four voltages required by the thin film transistor (TFT) LCD display. The TPS61085 boost converter generates the AVDD voltage. Two external charge pump circuits provide the positive VGH and negative VGL bias voltage for the TFT. One external op-amp LM7321MF acts as a high current buffer; it provides the VCOM voltage for the TFT backplane.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Isolated DC/DC Power Supply for PLC Analog Input and Output Module Reference Design
    TIDA-00401: The TIDA-00401 TI Design is an isolated DC/DC turn-key solution.For a 10W isolated power supply with wide input voltage range, no opto-coupler feedback and low number of external components the Fly-Buck™ topology is superior to a flyback design. The single side populated PCB board provides a convenient tool for evaluation and on-the-fly optimization of the design, with adequate headers, jumpers and test points for applications like PLC analog Input/Output modules.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 28Vdc Input Super Cap Charger with Boost Converter for Bus Holdup Reference Design
    PMP7327.2: This reference design uses the BQ24640 super cap charging controller to charge a large bank of super caps to a voltage below the input bus voltage. During an input bus dropout, the energy from the super caps is used to power a boost converter that can supply 10A of output current at 26.2V. This output can be used to hold up the bus voltage for up to 10 seconds (260W for 10 sec).
  • Xilinx Virtex Ultrascale FPGA Multi-Gigabit Transceiver (MGT) Power Reference Design with PMBus
    PMP9408: The PMP9408 reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power the multi-gigabit transcievers (MGT) in Xilinx's Virtex® Ultrascale™ FPGAs. It utilizes a PMBus interface for current and voltage monitoring and meets Xilinx's low output voltage ripple requirement. This design uses a 5V input and offers a low cost discrete solution.
  • Isolated discontinuous mode isolated flyback 3.3V @ 1.5A
    PMP6516: This compact and low-cost (5W) isolated flyback regulator produces a 3.3V output from a 48V input, such as Telecom. A full-load efficiency of 82% was achieved from a 48V nominal input.
  • 85VAC to 265VAC Input, 12V Output, 15W Quasi-Resonant Flyback
    PMP8362.2: This reference design uses the UCC28610 quasi-resonant flyback controller to generate isolated 7.5V and 12V outputs from a universal AC input. The 7.5V output is designed to provide up to 1.3A of output current, while the 12V output is capable of providing up to 0.42A. The 7.5V output is regulated, while the 12V output is generated from a stacked, unregulated winding on the transformer.
  • Digitally Isolated 2-Channel, Wide AC/DC Binary Input Module Reference Design
    TIDA-00490: This reference design enables translation of wide range AC and DC voltage inputs up to 276V into binary logic level voltages that a typical electronic circuit can handle. This solution is flexible, not only handling input voltages from 15V to 276V but also allowing programmable switching thresholds to set binary levels. In addition, this solution enables < ± 3.0% (± 1V measured value step size) error in voltage detection coupled with reliable isolation > 2 kV RMS.
  • 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.
  • 860W Dual Phase Synchronous Buck Converter in Quarter Brick Footprint
    PMP9260: PMP9260 is a dual-phase synchronous buck converter utilizing the LM5119 dual synchronous buck controller I.C. The design accepts an input voltage of 33V to 60V and provides a 28V output capable of supplying 30A of current to the load. This represents a maximum power density design of 860W in a quarter brick footprint. The maximum component height is set by the Coilcraft VER2923-103 inductors at 0.875 in.
  • TPS92310 - 220VAC, 8W Isolated , Triac dimmable
    PMP8012: The main purpose of this reference design is to demonstrate a high performance, compact size and triac Dimmable offline flyback LED driver with PFC based on TPS92310. This LED driver is designed for converting an AC input to a regulated LED current. The operating conditions and performance of the reference design are as follows: ●198VAC to 264VAC, 50Hz Input Voltage ●18V to 22V LED Voltage ●350mA Regulated LED Current ●Greater tha 75% Typical System Efficiency ●0.9 Typical Power Factor ●Output Short-Circuit and Open-Circuit Protection
  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design
    PMP8930.4: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.
  • 12VDC in -5V5A buck-boost converter for medical application
    PMP4370: PMP4370 converts 12Vdc voltage to non-isolate negative 5V5A. Full feature synchronous PWM buck controller TPS40170 and CSD87350 are combined together to achieve the inverting buck-boost topology. The efficiency is >92% @ full load. PMP4370 has extra low output ripple and noise(<20mV) that it can be used in noise sensitive application, like medical application.
  • 1.25W Isolated Flyback Converter for Analog/Digital Power
    PMP7902: PMP7902 is an Isolated Flyback converter utilizing the LM5001 non-synchronous current-mode regulator I.C. The design accepts an input voltage of 4.5V to 5.5V and provides an isolated 5V output capable of supplying 0.25A of current to the load. The design uses an off-the-shelf VERSAPAC transformer, providing 500V of operational isolation between primary and secondary. A precision shunt regulator provides a tight control of the output voltage using an optocoupler to cross the isolation barrier.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Small Form-Factor Reinforced Isolated IGBT Gate Drive Reference Design for 3 Phase Inverter
    TIDA-00446: The TIDA-00446 reference design consists of six reinforced isolated IGBT gate drivers along with dedicated gate drive power supplies. This compact reference design is intended to control IGBT’s in 3-phase inverters like AC drives, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and solar inverters. The design uses a reinforced isolated IGBT gate driver with DESAT feature and built-in miller clamp protection, enabling use of unipolar supply voltage for the gate drive. Open loop push pull topology based power supply for each gate driver provides flexibility in PCB routing. The push pull transformer driver used in TIDA-00446 operates at 420 khz which helps in reducing the size of the isolation transformer leading to compact power supply solution. Gate drive power supply can be disabled to facilitate safe torque off (STO).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Universal AC input high efficiency 100W multi-string transformer LLC AC/DC Driver for LED lighting
  • 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.
  • 28Vdc Input Super Cap Charger with Boost Converter for Bus Holdup Reference Design
    PMP7327.1: This reference design uses the BQ24640 super cap charging controller to charge a large bank of super caps to a voltage below the input bus voltage. During an input bus dropout, the energy from the super caps is used to power a boost converter that can supply 10A of output current at 26.2V. This output can be used to hold up the bus voltage for up to 10 seconds (260W for 10 sec).
  • 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.
  • Forward Converter (48V@0.8A) for POE Power Sourcing (PSE)
    PMP7840: This is an isolated, active clamp forward converter for Power Over Ethernet applicatioins. The circuit has an input voltage range of 8V-to-14V and a regulates the output to 48Vout @ 0.8A
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.1V @ 1.6A)
    PMP5922.2: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 18 to 20Vin 25 to 85Vout @3A Continuous 5.7A Peak Dual-Phase Sync Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP9309: A dual-phase synchronous boost converter accepting an input voltage of 18VDCin to 20VDCin and providing an output of 25VDCout to 85Vout capable of supplying 3A continuous and 5.7A peak.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.8V @ 5A) - PMP5922.4 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5922: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 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.
  • 1kW Triple-Rail Isolated DC/DC Digital Power Supply for Telecom (-8V@.25A)
    PMP4333.4: This reference design demostrates full-function 1.2KW triple-rail digital power supply solution for telecom application. The input range is 36-60Vin and outputs are two 48V10A(Full bridge) and one 5.5V30A(active clamp). Synchrounous rectifiers are used in the design and the overall efficiency is up to 92%@full load. The full-feature digital solution includes soft start, power up/down sequencing,fast response to input dip, protection features as OVP, OCP, OTP and input UVLO. Other devices like LM34927, UCC27324, UCC27201 are also used to provide bias supply and drive the FETs.
  • Evaluation Module (EM) Adaptor
    TIDM-LPBP-EMADAPTER: This BoosterPack kit contains one "EM Adapter BoosterPack". The purpose of the EM adapter board is to provide an-easy-to-use bridge between any of the TI MCU LaunchPads and the vide variety of TI RF evaluation modules (EM), for instance the CCxxxx Low-Power RF evaluation modules. No specific software is provided, so it is up to the user to write the appropriate code to interconnect the MCU with the RF device.
  • 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.
  • Isolated 26VAC/DC Solid-State Relay Reference Design
    PMP9522: This isolated, bi-directional, solid-state switch can control current flow into both AC and DC loads. Rated for 24VAC, it can switch loads up to approximately 17A.
  • Low Iq Dual Synchonous Buck Converter (10.3V@10A) - PMP7856.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7856: This is a synchronous buck converter with low Iq current. It has an input voltage range of 19V-to-32Vin and two regulated outputs: 10.3Vout @ 15A and 10.3Vout @ 10A.
  • Class 3- Mulitple Output, High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP8408.1: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications where high efficiency and multiple outputs are required. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a IP Phones. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 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.
  • Isolated Flyback generating 13-110Vin 12Vout 1A
    PMP4650: This isolated flyback works from 13V to 130V input voltage, delivering 12V @ 750mA. A 250KHz switching frequency allows the use of a small transformer.
  • Universal uP Controlled Battery Charger 24Vin 10 Aout max, 5/12V 2A & 5V 4A, 2 USB Ports Ref Design - PMP9668.3 - 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.
  • 110W AC input 6-channel dimmable LED driver with DHC feature
    PMP4334: 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.
  • 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.
  • Class 1 Mulitple Output High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications Reference Design
    PMP8752.2: This converter is used for Class 1 PoE applications where high efficiency and multiple outputs are required. The specific output for PMP8752.2 is 5V@.145A. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a IP Phones. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • LED Buck-Boost Converter
    PMP2501: Dimmable DC/DC LED driver (inverting buck-boost) for AVAGO MJ50 or similar LED strings up to 300mA load
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 85VAC-265VAC Input 12V/3A Quasi-Resonant Flyback With Synchronous Rectifiers
    PMP6536: The PMP6536 reference design uses the UCC28610 quasi-resonant flyback controller in conjunction with the UCC24610 synchronous rectifier controller to provide good efficiency at heavy loads while maintaining low power consumption at light loads. The maximum load efficiency is over 86%, and the no load losses are less than 150mW when powered from US AC line voltage.
  • 300VDC-800VDC Input, 54W 4 Channel Outputs, PSR Flyback with SiC-FET Reference Design
    PMP10415: This design uses low cost primary side regulation (PSR) IC UCC28700 with a SiC-FET for 300VDC-800VDC input range. Four outputs with separated grounds, 25V/19W, 25V/17W, 25V/10.1W, and 25V/8W are generated.
  • 5V80A Low Profile High Efficiency Power Supply
    PMP4332: This reference design demonstrates a high efficiency, low profile (<1") power supply using PFC+S.R. LLC solution. The overall efficiency is up to 88% with 5V80A output.
  • 4 series Driver (350mA@11) for LED Bulb
  • Multi-Transformer 2x25V (390V@192mA)
    PMP5660.1: From universal input to two strings LED @ 700mA, 50V maximum per string, this PMP5660 offers high efficiency even with a two stage solution: PFC TM Boost and multi-transformer LLC resonant. A TLC555 provides a internal PWM dimming function.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 300VDC-800VDC Input, 54W 4 Channel Outputs, PSR Flyback with SiC-FET Reference Design
    PMP10415.2: This design uses low cost primary side regulation (PSR) IC UCC28700 with a SiC-FET for 300VDC-800VDC input range. Four outputs with separated grounds, 25V/19W, 25V/17W, 25V/10.1W, and 25V/8W are generated.
  • 18Vdc-60Vdc Input, 3.3V/15A Active Clamp Forward, 1/8 Brick Reference Design
    PMP8973: The PMP8973 reference design generates a 3.3V/15A output from an 18V to 60V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD16415Q5 and CSD18502Q5B, implemented as synchronous rectifiers, provides for a highly efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard eighth brick footprint and achieves peak efficiencies over 92%. It includes remote sensing of the output voltage.
  • 335W Single Stage LLC-SRC Converter Reference Design
    PMP10375.1: The PMP10375 reference design is a single stage LLC series resonant converter (SRC), producing up to a 335W output using UCC25600 resonant controller. With the use of single stage LLC-SRC, the converter efficiency goes up to 90% at 335W full output power with 120VAC input.
  • 230V, 900W, Power Factor Regulator Conv (PFC) for Inverter Fed Drives in Appliances Reference Design
    TIDA-00443: TIDA-00443 is a 900W power factor regulator converter designed for inverter fed BLDC/PMSM motor based appliances. This reference design is a continuous conduction mode boost converter implemented using UCC28180 PFC controller and with all the necessary protections built-in. The design supports a wide AC input range from 195 VAC to 270 VAC and offers very high efficiency of >97%, over wide operating loads from 50% to 100%. The boost follower configuration utilized in TIDA-00443 aids in reducing switching losses in the PFC regulator as well as in downstream inverter/converter. This reference design delivers an efficiency of ~98%, in boost follower configuration. In comparison to fixed voltage operation, this boost follower configuration saves an additional power of 5.2 W at 230 VAC and full load. TIDA-00443 has been designed to meet the IEC-61000-2-3 iTHD limits of both Class A and Class D norms. In addition the design improves overall system performance with lower bus ripple, lower bus capacitance, lower RMS currents, and built-in front end protections. Hardware is designed and tested to pass conducted emissions, surge, and EFT as per EN55014 requirements for household appliances.
  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design
    PMP8930.2: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps
    PMP9780.2: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • 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.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.8V @ 5A)
    PMP5922.4: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • High Light-Load Efficient 120VAC Input, 25W/5VDC Reference Design with 4 POL Outputs - PMP11180.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP11180: This 25-W design uses the UCC28740 in a flyback topology to minimize no-load standby power and the UCC24636 synchronous rectifier controller to minimize power MOSFET body-diode conduction times. The design also features point-of-load converters from the main 5V rail that implement an energy-saving Ecomode. All of the devices within the design work together to improve light-load efficiency to help meet agency approvals.
  • 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.
  • 300VDC-800VDC Input, 54W 4 Channel Outputs, PSR Flyback with SiC-FET Reference Design
    PMP10415.1: This design uses low cost primary side regulation (PSR) IC UCC28700 with a SiC-FET for 300VDC-800VDC input range. Four outputs with separated grounds, 25V/19W, 25V/17W, 25V/10.1W, and 25V/8W are generated.
  • 14V-24Vdc Input Voltage, 3-series Cell Li-Ion Battery Charger Reference Design
    PMP10921: The PMP10921 reference design uses the BQ24600 Li-Ion synchronous buck controller to charge up to three series cells. It is designed to charge the cells at 0.372A, but can charge at higher currents by changing one resistor. The board area is less than 20mm x 20mm.
  • High-Efficiency Adjustable Output Synchronous Boost Converter Reference Design
    PMP10538: PMP10538 is a Single-Phase Synchronous Boost Converter using the LM5122 controller IC. The design accepts an input voltage of 18Vin to 20Vin and provides an output of 30Vout to 54Vout, capable of supplying 1.7A of continuous current to the load or 0A to 3.4A Max. The output voltage can be adjusted between 30Vout and 54Vout by driving the Vadj. input of the Op-Amp circuit between 0V and 3V.
  • 33W Offline QR Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs Reference Design
    PMP10020: This design uses the UCC28610 quasi-resonant flyback controller to generate 3 isolated outputs from an universal input (90VAC - 290VAC). It was built on a low cost single layer PCB. The regulated output provides 12V@1.89A and the maximum output power is 33W.
  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design
    PMP8930.3: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 12V Vin Nominal, 50V Vout @ 0.8A Isolated Flyback Converter - Reference Design
    PMP7931: PMP7931 is an isolated flyback converter accepting an input voltage of 12Vin +/-10% and providing an isolated 50Vout capable of supplying up to 0.8A of current to the load.
  • 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.
  • Sync Buck, monitor for Battery charging & monitoring for PCs (12.6V @ 8A)
  • Class 4 PoE High Efficiency Active Clamp Forward Converter (3.3V) Reference Design
    PMP10288: The PMP10288 reference design is a Power Over Ethernet (POE) active clamp forward converter. It features the TPS23754, which is a combination of a POE Powered Device (PD) controller and PWM controller. CSD17501Q5A FETs are used for high efficiency synchronous rectification. The input accepts standard Type 2 POE voltage of 42.5VDC-57VDC or a 36VDC-57VDC auxiliary voltage. The output power is an isolated 3.3VDC at 6.9A with PoE input or 3.3VDC at 7.2A with auxiliary input.
  • 85VAC to 265VAC Input, 12V Output, 15W Quasi-Resonant Flyback - PMP8362.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8362: This reference design uses the UCC28610 quasi-resonant flyback controller to generate isolated 7.5V and 12V outputs from a universal AC input. The 7.5V output is designed to provide up to 1.3A of output current, while the 12V output is capable of providing up to 0.42A. The 7.5V output is regulated, while the 12V output is generated from a stacked, unregulated winding on the transformer.
  • 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.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.5V @ 350mA)
    PMP5922.7: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 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.
  • 100A Closed-Loop Current Sensor Reference Design using Bi-Polar Supplies
    TIPD184: This TI Precision Verified Design provides a complete 100 A closed loop Hall based current sensor solution using the DRV411 with bi-polar popwer supplies. The DRV411 provides Hall excitation, a compensation coil driver and a precision difference amplifier in a single package. The unique current spinning technology employed on the DRV411 virtually eliminates the offset and 1/f noise of the Hall device.
  • Sync Buck (1.0V@20A)
  • 5V, 4.8A High Efficiency Active Clamp Forward Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP5818: This converter 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.
  • 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:
  • Power Reference Design for Xilinx Ultrascale Kintex FPGA Multi-Gigabit Transciever (MGT) with PMBus
    PMP9463: The PMP9463 reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power the multi-gigabit transcievers (MGT) in Xilinx's Ultrascale™ Kintex® FPGAs. It utilizes a PMBus interface for current and voltage monitoring and meets Xilinx's low output voltage ripple requirement. This design uses a 5V input and offers a low cost discrete solution.
  • 12Vin 1V 50A TPS40422 & Power Block II CSD87384 2 Phases w/PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP8999: It is a two phase Synchronous Buck converter to provide high current with low ripple and fast dynamic response for high speed processor core applications. Same approach can also be used to power Memory and Input / Output power voltages, typically 1.2V to 3.3V. The two phase interleave reduces output ripple and allows faster response to rapidly changing loads. The two phases distribute power loss to eliminate need for added heat sink hardware. The "Project File" for the TPS40422 to communicate with TI's Fusion GUI is included. Output voltage and current limit can be adjusted and monitored thru the GUI. Additional settings can be accessed thru the same GUI. Test Report includes thermal images to show load capability, both with and without fan cooling. Testing done at 12Vin, where voltage stresses, losses and output ripple greatest. Design will work also at 5Vin with same high speed control loop, due to Input Voltage Feed Forward in the TPS40422.
  • Class 4- 3.3V/7.6A High Efficiency Active Clamp Forward Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP7452: 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.
  • 250W Single Stage LLC-SRC Converter Reference Design
    PMP9739: The PMP9739 is a single stage LLC series resonant converter (SRC), producing up to a 250W output using UCC25600 resonant controller. With the use of single stage LLC-SRC, the converter efficiency goes up to 89% at 250W full output power.
  • 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.
  • SEPIC (9.6V@700mA) for Lighting Applications
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.2V @ 3A)
    PMP5922.3: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 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.
  • 14-Channel Active Cell Balance Battery Management Reference Design
    TIDA-00239: Active Balance chipset for use in large format Lithium-ion batteries that provides monitoring, balancing, and communications. With precise and robust active balancing, the Active Balance BMS is capable of bidirection power transfer at each cell. Each EM1401EVM can manage 6 to 14 cells (60V max) for Li-ion battery applications. The EM1401EVM modules can be stacked up to 1300V. The system provides fast cell balancing, diagnostics, and module to controller communication. Independent protection circuitry is also provided.
  • Complete Gate Drive and Bias Power Solution for Solar MicroInverter's DC/DC and DC/AC Blocks - PMP9461.1 - 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.
  • High Density 30W DC-DC PMBus Buck Converter with Inductor Mounted Over the Converter to Save Space
    PMP10364: This design has inductor over converter to achieve 30 A conversion in 1" by 0.6" (2.5 cm by 1.5 cm) footprint. The DCAP control of the controller provides a high speed control loop which is needed for applications with large rapidly varying loads, such as microprocessors. A high speed dynamic load is also included to verify this capability.
  • Class 3- Mulitple Output, High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP8408.2: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications where high efficiency and multiple outputs are required. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a IP Phones. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 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.
  • 200VAC-400VAC Input, 24V 50W Output, PSR Flyback with SiC-FET Reference Design
    PMP10416: This design uses low-cost primary side regulation (PSR) IC UCC28700 with a SiC-FET for 200VAC-400VAC input range. A 24V output is generated with maximum 50W rating.
  • Self or Dual-Powered Supply for Protection Relay, MCCBs & ACBs Ref Design
    TIDA-00229: 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 this solution's "dual-power" input comes from the ability to also handle the Aux input - which is often a battery source.
  • 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.
  • Universal AC input(90V-264V) high efficiency 150W single string 200V/700mA output LLC converter
    PMP4317: The reference design is a very high effiency (>94%) isolated AC/DC single string output LED lighting solution for high watt (>100W) general LED lighting. The topology uses Transition Mode (TM) PFC plus LLC control, which can support PWM dimming and analog dimming on the output side. The target application for this reference design is outdoor and high-bay general LED lighting
  • Automotive Range Boost Converter Drives Two Strings of LEDs Reference Design
    PMP9010: 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.
  • Cost-optimized power supply solution for entry-level core application processor-based ADAS systems
    TIDA-00346: The TIDA-00346 design provides the power supply rails necessary for typical entry-level application processors in automotive advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) applications. The design uses several individual DC/DC voltage regulators as well as load switches and linear regulators (LDOs) to provide fixed-supply voltages to the processing cores and other functions of the system-on-a-chip (SoC). Additional rails for DDR memory supply and termination and a CAN Transceiver are also implemented. Two LM3880 simple power sequencers provide power up and power down sequencing. The design is optimized for automotive applications and can operate with input voltages from 4V to 18V (transients up to 40V).
  • 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.
  • High Efficiency 36-60V Input Isolated Synchronous Flyback Reference Design with Dual Outputs
    PMP11065.2: PMP11065 is an isolated synchronous flyback converter with dual outputs of 3.3V/2.5A and 5V/2.8A. The 36-60V input is suitable for use in most telecom and PoE applications that require high efficiency.
  • 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.
  • High Density 4A DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP11140: The PMP11140 reference design shows 1.8V 4A (3A without fan) for CPU I/O and other applications in a 22 cm by 12.5 cm single sided footprint. Control allows external synchronization to allow improved management of system noise. A rich Test Interface is provided including an on board dynamic load.
  • Class 4- Wide Input Range 15W PoE Converter
    PMP6659: PMP6659 is a flyback converter with synchronous rectification. It accepts input voltages of 10.8-57VDC/18-32VAC/PoE and has a 12V/1.25A output. This input and output combination is typically required for PoE security cameras. The synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency with the wide input voltage range.
  • Digitally Isolated 2-Channel, Wide DC Binary Input Module Reference Design
    TIDA-00420: This reference design enables translation of high DC voltage inputs upto 300VDC into binary logic level voltages that a typical electronic circuit can handle. This solution is very flexible, not only handling input voltages from 18 to 300VDC but also allowing programmable switching thresholds to set binary levels. In addition, this solution enables < ± 3.0% (± 1V measured value step size) error in voltage detection coupled with reliable isolation > 2kV RMS.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.05V @ 100mA)
    PMP5922.8: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 5-12V input; Synchronous Inverter; -5.2V 2.5-3.8A Output
    PMP7395: The PMP7395 reference design uses TPS54620 to power a Synchronous Inverter. Both FETs are internal to the TPS54620. This can replace older designs with external FETs. Electrical and Thermal test results shown for 5Vin -5.2Vout at up to 2.5A out and 12Vin -5.2Vout at up to 3.8A. An on board dynamic load allows rapid load transients to be tested.
  • Class 4 Synchronous Flyback Converter (5V @ 4.5A) w/Sleep Mode for PoE Reference Design
    PMP9013: The PMP9013 is an IEEE802.3at, Type 2 compliant, high-efficiency synchronous flyback converter (5V @4.5A) with sleep mode used for PD design in PoE applications. The reference design has the ability to allow an external adapter to supply power to the board if PoE power is not available.
  • 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.
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC
    PMP10110.4: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • Class 3- Low Cost 12V/1A Flyback Converter for PoE Applications Reference Design
    PMP8803: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications. The flyback converter with diode rectifier offers low cost while still achieving good efficiency. This converter is well sutied for PoE applications such as IP security cameras. The TPS23753A contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 33Vin to 60Vin; 12Vout @ 30A; Dual-Phase Synchronous Buck Converter
    PMP7990: A dual-phase synchronous buck converter accepting an input voltage of 33Vin to 60Vin and providing an output of 12Vout capable of supplying 30A
  • 56W Active Clamp for Telecom Apps Reference Design
    PMP10202: This reference design provides 28V out of 48V input voltage to supply noise sensitive loads
  • 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.
  • Core voltage ~1.0V at up to 15A for Nyquist uP; 4 of them per UCD9244 plus Test load for one output
    PMP6594: PMP6594 is a UCD9244 digital controller with four UCD74110 drive / power stages for core voltages (~1VDC) with VID requirements. Input can be 5V or 9VDC. VID is where the processor tells the power supply what voltage it wants for its main functions to optimize speed and power loss in the processor. 4, 6 and 8 bit VID schemes are supported.
  • 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.
  • 335W Single Stage LLC-SRC Converter Reference Design
    PMP10375.2: The PMP10375 reference design is a single stage LLC series resonant converter (SRC), producing up to a 335W output using UCC25600 resonant controller. With the use of single stage LLC-SRC, the converter efficiency goes up to 90% at 335W full output power with 120VAC input.
  • 10Vin to 14Vin; -65Vout @ 0.1A; Buck-Boost Converter
    PMP7957: A buck-boost converter that accepts an input voltage of 10Vin to 14Vin and provides an output of -65Vout capable of delviering 0.1A.
  • 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.
  • Multi-Transformer 2x25V (50V@700mA) - PMP5660.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5660: From universal input to two strings LED @ 700mA, 50V maximum per string, this PMP5660 offers high efficiency even with a two stage solution: PFC TM Boost and multi-transformer LLC resonant. A TLC555 provides a internal PWM dimming function.
  • Phase Compensated 8-Ch Multiplexed Data Acquisition System for Power Automation Reference Design
    TIPD167: This TI Verified Design provides the theory, component selection, TINA-TI simulations, Verification & Measurement Performance, Altium Schematics, PCB Layout for a Phase Compensated 8-Ch Multiplexed Data Acquisition System for Power Automation. The design uses a 16-bit, 8-Channel, 500ksps SAR ADC, ADS8688 with integrated analog front-end circuit for ease of system hardware design. The design introduces the concept of phase and phase Compensation, compares the additional phase delay introduced between the input channels of a non-simultaneous sampling ADC with a simultaneous sampling ADC, and provides a optimal algorithm to compensate for the phase delay introduced in a non-simultaneous implementation. Measured results demonstrate how the phase compensation algorithm used in this design compensates for the additional phase delay introduced by a multiplexed ADC, resulting in an equivalent performing solution as compared to a simultaneous sampling ADC solution.
  • 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.
  • A Fully Featured, 350W Offline High Performance Power Supply
    PMP5568: This project is a complete 350W, high performance, high speed offline power supply solution. It contains a novel, microcontroller-driven synchronous bridge rectifier, a 2-phase interleaved PFC stage and a phase-shifted fullbridge as down converter. It has an universal input (85 .. 265V AC) and the output voltage is adjustable between 12 and 14V. The continuous output current is 25A, the peak current is 27A. A second microcontroller monitors several values (input voltage, PFC voltage, output voltage, output current, temperatures), is the interface to the user (LCD, push-buttons), adjusts the output voltage and synchronizes the switching frequency of all converters.
  • Primary Side Regulated Flyback Reference Design with 120VAC Input and 24V/4A Rated Output
    PMP10804: This reference design implements the UCC28630 PSR controller in a flyback power supply. The UCC28630 is capable of operating in both Continuous and Discontinuous Conduction Modes which enables high efficiency while reducing inductor size and cost. Safety standards such as EN60950 require that any X-capacitors in EMC filters on the AC side of the bridge rectifier quickly discharge to a safe level when AC is disconnected. Typically, this requirement is achieved by including a resistive discharge element in parallel with the X-capacitor. However, this resistance causes a continuous power dissipation that impacts the standby power performance. In order to reduce standby power and eliminate the standing loss associated with the conventional discharge resistors, the UCC28630 device incorporates active X-capacitor discharge circuitry. In this design, less than 100mW no load power comsumption and over 88% converter efficiency is achieved.
  • 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.
  • Single Stage 200W AC-DC LLC Series Resonant Conv for 120VAC & 230VAC Input Reference Design
    PMP10283: The PMP10283 reference design provides 30V/100W and -30V/100W outputs from AC line voltage to a single LLC resonant converter stage. This design is featured with its low circuit cost and high efficiency (over 90% @ 120VAC full load and ~92% @ 240VAC full load). This design uses the UCC25600 resonant converter controller for LLC resonant converter.
  • Low-Line Wide Input LLC Resonant Conv for Consumer Electronics (12V@10A) Reference Design
    PMP8762: The PMP8762 reference design provides a 12V/10A output from a low line-input voltage (100Vac to 132Vac) with a single LLC resonant converter stage. This design is featured with its low circuit cost, low electromagnetic interference (both conduction and radiation), and high efficiency (over 87% @ full load). This design uses the UCC25600 resonant converter controller along with UCC27702 high side gate driver to control the LLC resonant converter.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • USB-C DFP+ USB-A Power Bank with Input & Output Fast Charger Reference Design
    PMP4451.2: This is a power bank reference design with a USB typc C DFP plus a USB type A port supporting high voltage discharging. Fast charger input is also supported to save more charging time. It can detect the input port attach/detach automatically, as well as the output ports.
  • 4-Switch Buck-Boost Delivers High Transient Power for Wireless Base Station Reference Design
    PMP9104: 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.
  • 12V input -12V1.5A output Buck-boost inverter
    PMP4369: PMP4369 converts 12V input voltage to negative 12V1.5A output with the high efficiency up to 90%@12Vin. Inverting Buck-Boost topology is adopted and echo mode step down converter TPS54340 is used in the design. The design limited in size within 33mmx33mm. The output ripple & noise is <50mV over range.
  • Triac Dimmable AC-DC LED Driver Reference Design
    PMP6013: This reference design provides a high-brightness LED driver based on the TPS92310 configured as a power factor corrected flyback regulator that is triac dimmable. It is designed to operate with an input voltage in the range of 90VAC to 135VAC with a 120VAC nominal input voltage. This design is set up for a default output current of 340mA with an output voltage range of 21V to 27V or approximately 6 to 8 LEDs depending on the forward voltage of each.
  • 20V@0.35A(0.24) LED DRV
    PMP4586: The PMP4586 is a LED driver using a Sepic topology . It drives up to six high-brightness LEDs, 350mA nominal while the input voltage is 7V to 35V.
  • 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.
  • Non-Standard (>25.5W) PoE - High Efficiency Forward Converter (12V@5A) Reference Design
    PMP7499: This converter provides a high power PoE output of 12V/5A. The TPS2379 PD controller allows the use of an external hot swap FET for increased efficiency. The UCC2897A PWM controller is used to implement a high efficiency active clamp forward converter.
  • High efficiency 10W Buck LED lighting solution for A-lamp
    PMP4354: PMP4354 demonstrates an innovative buck solution for 10W A-lamp LED lighting. TPS92210 is used in the design to control high side FET running in QR mode with valley switching. TPS92210's cascode architecture also helps reduce switching loss and eliminates external sense resistor. The efficiency is >90% typically and the current regulation is <+/-3%. The transformer is eliminated in the design which eases the design and reduces overall cost.
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • High Density 200 A (255 A Peak) 6 Phase DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP9738: Advanced DCAP+ control is used to provide the high speed dynamic control needed for CPU, Memory and ASIC applications. Six high current synchronous power stages provide the high currents and low losses needed for these applications. Multi-phase also allows output ripple cancellation and effective higher bandwidth control for a given switching frequency. PMP9738 focuses on ease of electrical testing and ability to make changes "on the fly" thru the PMBus interface. On board bias supplies and a high speed dynamic load round out the rich test interface.
  • Class 4- High power PoE, active clamp forward converter 8V@3A
    PMP6584: PMP6584 is a high power (non-standard) Power Over Ethernet (POE) active clamp forward converter. It features the TPS23756, which is a combination of a POE Powered Device (PD) controller and PWM controller. It also utilizes an ISO721 digital isolator and TPS28225 synchronous MOSFET driver. The input accepts standard POE voltage or a 24VDC-48VDC auxiliary voltage. The output power is an isolated 8VDC at 3A.
  • Triac dimmable Flyback LED Driver with PFC for A19 using TPS92314
    PMP8014: The main purpose of this reference design is to demonstrate a high performance, compact size and triac Dimmable offline flyback LED driver with PFC based on TPS92314. This LED driver is designed for converting an AC input to a regulated LED current. The operating conditions and performance of the reference design are as follows: ●198VAC to 264VAC, 50Hz Input Voltage ●18V to 22V LED Voltage ●350mA Regulated LED Current ●84% Typical System Efficiency ●0.9 Typical Power Factor ●Output Short-Circuit and Open-Circuit Protection
  • Buck (1.4 @ 1A)
    PMP5211: PMP5211 uses BQ2000 battery charger controller with external CSD25401 P-FET for a high efficiency 1 A charger of a 1 cell NiMH Battery. Top off is enabled and maximum time out is set to 5.7 hours for protection. With a 10k NTC thermistor on the Battery, thermal protection is also provided.
  • 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.
  • High Density 600mV 200 A 5-6 Phase DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP10393: Advanced DCAP+ control is used to provide the high speed dynamic control needed for CPU, Memory and ASIC applications. Up to six high current synchronous power stages provide the high currents and low losses needed for these applications. Multi-phase also allows output ripple cancellation and effective higher bandwidth control for a given switching frequency. PMP10393 has same hardware as 1.0V PMP9738 but demonstrates operation at 600mV output up to 200 A off 12V input. Fixed on time mode and reduced switching frequency at 600mV help reduce losses and improve thermal balance between FETs. Testing at 120A output with 3 & 4 phases and lower cost Power Stage also included. Design focuses on ease of electrical testing and ability to make changes "on the fly" thru the PMBus interface. On board bias supplies and a high speed dynamic load round out the rich test interface.
  • 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.
  • Cost effective step down converter to provide a core voltage out of a 12V bus
    PMP8670: This buck converter is able to provide 12Amps continuous current to a FPGA, ASIC or processor core out of a 12V bus. Due to DCAP2 control dynamic performance is outstanding, ultrafast transient response - well suited for low voltage medium power cores.
  • Automotive Multi-Phase Synchronous Buck Power Module Reference Design
    PMP10979: The PMP10979 is a highly efficient, multi-phase synchronous buck power module. The input voltage range is 11V to 24.30V, with an output of 13.50V at 95A. The design is intended for automotive applications.
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC
    PMP10110.3: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design - PMP8930.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP8930: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.
  • 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.
  • High Density 900mV 220 A 6 Phase DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP11208: PMP11208 has same hardware as 1.0V PMP9738 and 0.6V PMP10393 but demonstrates operation at 900mV output up to 240 A off 11V, 12V and 13V inputs. While the design is in quasi fixed frequency mode for 1.0Vout and in fixed on time mode for 600mVout, it can be in either mode at 900mVout depending upon load and actual Vin. Testing focused upon detailed static and dynamic loading in and between both modes to show a seamless transition between the two modes.
  • PSR Flyback using UCC28630 for Universal 85VAC-265VAC Input with 12V/75W Rated Output Ref. Design
    PMP10335: This design uses the PSR controller UCC28630 that is capable of operating in both CCM and DCM. With the help of X-cap discharge function of UCC28630, the safety discharge resistor can be elimiated. Full load efficiency is 83.5% at 120VAC/60Hz input and 86% at 230VAC/50Hz input.
  • Low Voltage Flyback Converter Provides 5KV Isolation Reference Design
    PMP8871: This isolated flyback converter provides a regulated 5V @ 1A output from a low voltage input (3.5V - 5.5V). The PMP8871 is built on the TPS55340 boost converter EVM.
  • Class 1 Isolated Synchronous Flyback Converter (3.3V/900mA) for PoE PD Applications Reference Design
    PMP9068: This converter is used for Class 1 PoE PD applications where isolation is required. The synchronous rectifier driven from the main xfmr provides good efficiency and low cost. This converter is well suited for low cost IP Phone applications
  • Direct Type and Local Dimming for Conventional TV power with an LED driver, no boost DC/DC
  • 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.
  • 33W Offline QR Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs Reference Design
    PMP10020.2: This design uses the UCC28610 quasi-resonant flyback controller to generate 3 isolated outputs from an universal input (90VAC - 290VAC). It was built on a low cost single layer PCB. The regulated output provides 12V@1.89A and the maximum output power is 33W.
  • Sync Buck for communications (5V @ 200mA)
    PMP5239.2: PMP5239 provides 1.8V at 18A off 3.3V using TPS40021 plus NexFETs. Also 5V at 200mA provided by TPS61027.
  • Class 3- Mulitple Output, High Efficiency Flyback Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP8408.3: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications where high efficiency and multiple outputs are required. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a IP Phones. The TPS23785B contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • Isolated Forward Converter Reference Design
    PMP7806: The PMP7806 reference design is a Forward which uses a LM5025A and was intended for Metering applications. It can generate an Isolated 15 volt output at 3 Amps from an input 16 to 32 Volts DC.
  • 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.
  • USB-C DFP+ USB-A Power Bank with Input & Output Fast Charger Reference Design - PMP4451.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4451: This is a power bank reference design with a USB typc C DFP plus a USB type A port supporting high voltage discharging. Fast charger input is also supported to save more charging time. It can detect the input port attach/detach automatically, as well as the output ports.
  • 9 to 60Vin 12Vout @ 5A Single-Phase Isolated Synchronous Flyback Converter Reference Design
    PMP9256: PMP9256 is an isolated synchronous flyback converter utilizing the LM5122 for industrial applications. The benefit of using a synchronous flyback is higher efficiency compared to a non-synchronous flyback.
  • 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.
  • 380VDC Input, 24V/170W Active Clamp Forward
    PMP7391: This reference design uses the UCC2894 to control an active clamp forward converter that generates an isolated 24V at 7A from a 380VDC input. This supply is intended to be used with a PFC boost front-end and requires an external 12V bias voltage for house-keeping on the primary side. This supply is over 91% efficient at full load.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Universal AC Input, 5V/10A/50W PSR Flyback Power Supply W/Rapid Load Transient Response Ref Design
    PMP10407: PMP10407 is a quasi-resonant Flyback power suppy based on the UCC28730 primary side regulation (PSR) controller demonstrating the use of wake up device UCC24650 to achieve rapid load transient response from light load condition when the system is under low frequency operation. The elimination of optocoupler using PSR topology promises higher reliability and lower system cost. The design achieves less than 50mW standby power losses and over 86% efficiency at 25% load. The design also features UCC24610 synchronous rectification controller and demonstrates the use of UCC24650's ENS pin output to enforce diode rectification at light load conditions to reduce stand-by power losses.
  • 600W Half Brick DC-DC Converter with Digital Control for Telecom Applications - Reference Design
    PMP4320A: The PMP4320A reference design is a single output DC-DC converter with standard half-brick dimensions and full digital control configuration based on the UCD3138. It is capable of delivering 50A output current with an output voltage of 12V. The converter provides high efficiency and good performance with flexible configuration options, which makes it an ideal choice for the bus converter.
  • 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.
  • 1kW Triple-Rail Isolated DC/DC Digital Power Supply for Telecom (48V@10A
    PMP4333.1: This reference design demostrates full-function 1.2KW triple-rail digital power supply solution for telecom application. The input range is 36-60Vin and outputs are two 48V10A(Full bridge) and one 5.5V30A(active clamp). Synchrounous rectifiers are used in the design and the overall efficiency is up to 92%@full load. The full-feature digital solution includes soft start, power up/down sequencing,fast response to input dip, protection features as OVP, OCP, OTP and input UVLO. Other devices like LM34927, UCC27324, UCC27201 are also used to provide bias supply and drive the FETs.
  • 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.
  • 85VAC-265VAC Input 24V/240W Output 90% Efficient PFC + LLC
    PMP5141: The PMP5141 reference design provides a 24V/10A output with power factor correction from a universal AC input voltage range. This design uses the UCC28051 to control the front end PFC boost stage. The output of the PFC is followed by a UCC25600 LLC resonant half-bridge. The total efficieny, from input to output is over 92% from a 220VAC/50Hz input and over 90% from a 120VAC/60Hz input.
  • MR16 LED Replacement
    PMP5665: "PMP5665 is a MR16 halogen bulb replacement with an regulated output current of 350mA at approx. 18V. The design based on TPs40211 works on 12V AC and 7-20V DC."
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Class 2- Low Cost 3.3V/1.8A Flyback Converter for PoE Applications
    PMP7298: This converter is used for Class 2 or 3 PoE applications. The flyback converter with diode rectifier offers low cost while still achieving good efficiency. This converter is well sutied for PoE applications such as IP phones. The TPS23753A contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions.
  • 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.
  • High Efficiency 12W Flyback Converter Operates at 1MHz Reference Design
    PMP9648: This isolated flyback converter operates from an input of 36Vdc - 57Vdc and supplies an output of 12V@1A, while achieving an efficiency of nearly 90% at 1MHz.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Buck with Tracking (24V@6A) for Industrial Applications
  • 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.
  • 5V input; 6 Phase High Efficiency Synchronous Buck; 0.9V 120A output
    PMP6845: The PMP6845 reference design uses three TPS40140's to control 6 Synchronous Buck Phases. Main switch pair for each phase is the dual CSD86350Q5D. The optional added CSD16325Q5 for the low side enhances efficiency, especially at full load. Efficiency is 87.5% at full load and over 90% for loads from 20 thru 80A. Electrical and Thermal test results shown for both with and without the added CSD16325Q5. An on board dynamic load allows rapid load transients to be tested.
  • 1/8 Brick Isolated DC/DC Telecom Power Module Based on UCD3138 Digital Control Reference Design
    PMP8877: PMP8877 is a full-function 1/8th brick isolated DC/DC telecom power module based on the UCD3138 digital power controller. The reference design features secondary side control and hard switching full bridge power topology to deliver 12V/180W of output power operating across a wide range 36V-72V input source. The highlights of the reference design include 94% peak efficiency, fast input voltage feedforward response to input voltage surges, constant current/constant power overload protection, pre-bias start-up, current sharing control for paralleled module applications and PMBUS support for communication with peer controllers. The bias supply block employs the UCC25230, while the gate drivers used in this design include UCC27524 for driving the SR MOSFETs and UCC27211 for driving the primary side Half-Bridge MOSFETs. Other components include the ISO7240 for sending signals across the isolation barrier.
  • 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.
  • Class 3 5V/2.3A High Efficiency Synchronous Flyback Converter for PoE Application Reference Design
    PMP9175: This converter is used for Class 3 PoE applications where high efficiency and isolation are required. The specific output for this design is 5V@2.3A. The flyback converter with synchronous rectifier provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a IP Phones. The TPS23753APW contains both the PoE Powered Device and the PWM controller functions
  • High Efficiency Synchronous Flyback with 36-72Vin to 5Vout@2A Reference Design
    PMP8917: PMP8917 has been designed as a competitive open-frame alternative for the communications market with 36-72Vin to 5V/2A. The product is supplied in the industry standard footprint of 2.0 x 1.0 x 0.394 inches. PMP8917 has a basic insulation system from input to output making it suitable for a wide variety of applications. LM5020 is used as synchronous Flyback converter controller for PMP8917 with 92.9% converter efficiency.
  • 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.
  • Direct Down-Conversion System with I/Q Correction
    TIDA-00078: The I/Q Correction block implemented in the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) of the TSW6011EVM helps users to adopt a direct down conversion receiver architecture in a wireless system. The I/Q correction block consists of a single-tap blind algorithm, which corrects the frequency-independent I/Q imbalance in a complex zero-IF receiver system. Along with the I/Q correction block, the FPGA includes a digital gain block, a digital power-measurement block, x2 of interpolation block, an I/Q offset correction block, and a quadrature mixing block.
  • 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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