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Reference Designs

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Wi-Fi Enabled IoT Node with High Performance MCU Reference Design
    TIDM-TM4C129XWIFI: A system example to show how to build a Wi-Fi Node by integrating the TM4C1294 MCU from the TM4C product family and the CC3100 network processor. This reference design demonstrates the capability of remotely controlling MCU operation via the internet.
  • 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.
  • SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® Enabled NFC Card Reader
    CC3200_NFC_CARD_READER: This TI design combines TI’s Wireless microcontroller (CC3200) and the TRF7970 NFC BoosterPack from third party provider DLP Design, in order to emulate a near field communication (NFC) reader, which securely transfers the data scanned from an NFC card to any remote location or database, in real time over Wi-Fi networks. Disclaimer: DLP Design, Inc. is not associated with DLP® products of Texas Instruments.
  • Backlight and Smart Lighting Control by Ambient Light and Proximity Sensor Reference Design
    TIDA-00373: This system conserves power and extends backlight life by dynamically adjusting the backlight brightness relative to the environment's ambient light. A capacitive proximity sensor wakes up the system when a user is close to save even more power. This reference design uses the HDC1000. This reference design can also be used with the HDC1008. Watch related videos about Sensing NOW.
  • 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.
  • Capacitive-Based Human Proximity Detection for System Wake-Up & Interrupt Reference Design
    TIDA-00220: This TI Design uses Texas Instruments' capacitive-to-digital converter technology to provide a high-precision method to wake up systems when human interaction occurs. TIDA-00220 demonstrates techniques for alternative sensor design, environmental compensation, and electromagnetic interference protection.
  • Wi-Fi Enabled IoT Node With NFC Connection Handover Reference Design
    TIDM-TM4C129XNFC: Configuring Wi-Fi network connection parameters in embedded applications can be completed with a simple tap using NFC technology. This reference design illustrates NFC connection handover (pairing) and URL sharing with a Wi-Fi node using a TM4C1294 high-performance microcontroller, CC3100 network processor and TRF7970A NFC Transceiver or RF430CL330H NFC Transponder.
  • Low Power Wearable TX Reference Design
    TIDA-00415: The TIDA-00415 is a wireless power transmitter using 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 is recommended for operation with receiver (load) devices at up to 1W (5V @ 200mA).
  • Microstepping Stepper Motor Control With MCU and Wi-Fi for IoT Reference Design
    TIDM-TM4C123IOTSTEPPERMOTOR: A system example to show how to control a stepper motor via Wi-Fi connectivity. The TM4C123x MCU is integarated with the DRV8833 stepper motor driver to drive the stepper moter in full step, half step and microstep (up to 256) modes. The SimpleLinkTM Wi-Fi CC3100 network processor is also integrated into the system to demostatrate the capability of remotely controlling MCU/stepper motor operation via the Internet.
  • 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.
  • Contactless AC-Current Sensing Using a Hall Effect Sensor
    TIDA-00218: This TI Design uses Texas Instruments' Hall sensing technology to provide a solution for knowing how much AC current is flowing through a wire without any physical intervention. TIDA-00218 implements a flux concentrator to concentrate the flux around the AC current-carrying wire, rather than letting it escape in air, and then directing that flux to a hall sensor.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 24V/1.45A AC/DC Flyback PSU for Industrial Applications Optimized for Low AC Line Input Ref. Design
    PMP7174: This design is a compact, low AC line input (Maximum 130Vac) Flyback converter which provides a regulated and fully-isolated 24V@1.45A output. Featuring TI's LM5021 current mode controller working at 135kHz, the converter features fast start-up and delivers greater than 85% efficiency from 30-100% load. The overall solution is very compact at 2312sq.mm. footprint area.
  • WI-FI Power Strip/Energy Monitor Reference Design
    TIDC-WIFI-METER-READING: The TIDC-WIFI-METER-READING TI Design adds Wi-Fi® communications to the TIDM-3OUTSMTSTRP smart power strip design. Wi-Fi connectivity is provided by the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi CC32000 wireless MCU. A remote user can monitor the electricity consumption of the loads plugged into each of the three outlets and control a relay to switch power on/off. Smart power strips require connectivity to maximize their role in improving energy efficiency for applications such as data centers. The TIDM-BLE-MTR-READING TI Design offers another connectivity option.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 1mW Converter: 3.1V @ 300uA
    PMP7022: The PMP7022 is 1mW (3.1V at 300uA) galvanic isolated DC/DC reference design built to supply a MSP430 metering unit. The design utilising again MSP430 open loop push-pull stage. Very efficient design with current supply (inclusive load current) as low as 800uA. Input voltage range: 3.1VDC-3.3VDC; Output current: 300uA; Output voltage: 3.1VDC
  • Envelope-Tracking Power Supply Reference Design for Audio Power Amplifiers with TPS61088
    PMP9774: This reference design delivers an envelope-tracking power supply circuit for audio power amplifier (PA) with TPS61088. By adding an audio envelope signal to the FB pin, the TPS61088’s output voltage can change in accordance with the envelope of the audio signal. So the TPS61088 provides a dynamically changing supply voltage to the PA. Thus the PA can always keep high efficiency in the whole output power range.
  • 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.
  • Wi-Fi Camera Application for SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 Launchpad
    TIDC-CC3200CAMBOOST: This SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 Launchpad & Camera BoosterPack based design brings Wi-Fi camera capability to new applications as well as existing ones such as door bells. It enables the capture, remote control and transmission of JPEG (VGA or QVGA) images via Wi-Fi.
  • 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.

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