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BAT54CT-13-F Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, GREEN, ULTRA SMALL, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated BAT54C vs BAT54CT-13-F
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BAT54C-13 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated BAT54C vs BAT54C-13
BAT54C-T Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Rectron Semiconductor BAT54C vs BAT54C-T
BAT54CD87Z Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, TO-236AB, Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation BAT54C vs BAT54CD87Z
BAT54C-T1-LF Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, ROHS COMPLIANT, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Won-Top Electronics Co Ltd BAT54C vs BAT54C-T1-LF
BAT54C-G Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM) WEITRON INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD. BAT54C vs BAT54C-G
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BAT54CTT1G Diodes 0.1 A, 30 V, 2 ELEMENT, SILICON, SIGNAL DIODE, HALOGEN FREE AND ROHS COMPLIANT, MINIATURE, CASE 463-01, SC-75, 3 PIN Rochester Electronics LLC BAT54C vs BAT54CTT1G
BAT54C-13 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated BAT54C vs BAT54C-13
BAT54CXV3T1G Diodes 0.2 A, 30 V, 2 ELEMENT, SILICON, SIGNAL DIODE, HALOGEN FREE AND ROHS COMPLIANT, MINIATURE, CASE 463C-03, SC-89, 3 PIN Rochester Electronics LLC BAT54C vs BAT54CXV3T1G
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BAT54CD87Z Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, TO-236AB, Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation BAT54C vs BAT54CD87Z
BAT54C-T Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Rectron Semiconductor BAT54C vs BAT54C-T
BAT54C-T1-G Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.3A, Silicon, SMD, 3 PIN Sangdest Microelectronics (Nanjing) Co Ltd BAT54C vs BAT54C-T1-G
BAT54C-G Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM) WEITRON INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD. BAT54C vs BAT54C-G
BAT54C-T1-LF Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, ROHS COMPLIANT, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Won-Top Electronics Co Ltd BAT54C vs BAT54C-T1-LF

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    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.).
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (.9V @ .5A)
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Sync Buck, monitor for Battery charging & monitoring for PCs (12.6V @ 8A)
  • 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:
  • SEPIC (9.6V@700mA) for Lighting Applications
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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."
  • 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.

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