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Single Color LED, Red, Water Clear, 1.4mm,

Manufacturer Lite-On Semiconductor Corporation
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Reference Designs

  • RF Sampling 4-GSPS ADC Reference Design with 8-GHz DC-Coupled Differential Amplifier
    TIDA-00431: Wideband radio frequency (RF) receivers allow greatly increased flexibility in radio designs. The wide instantaneous bandwidth allows flexible tuning without changing hardware and the ability to capture multiple channels at widely separated frequencies. This reference design describes a wideband RF receiver utilizing a 4-GSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADC), with an 8-GHz, DC-coupled, fully differential amplifier front end. The amplifier front end provides signal gain and allows capture of signals down to DC, which is not possible with a balun-coupled input.
  • Wideband RF-to-Digital Complex Receiver-Feedback Signal Chain
    TIDA-00074: This is a wideband complex-receiver reference design and evaluation platform that is ideally suited for use as a feedback receiver for transmitter digital predistortion. The EVM signal chain is ideal for high intermediate-frequency (IF) complex-feedback applications and contains a complex demodulator, TI’s LMH6521 dual-channel DVGA and ADS5402 12-bit 800-MSPS dual-channel ADC. By modifying the onboard filter components, the signal chain is configurable for a variety of frequency plans. The EVM also includes TI’s LMK04808 dual-PLL clock jitter cleaner and generator to provide an onboard low-noise clocking solution. The LMH6521 DVGA gain is controlled through the GUI or alternatively through the high speed connector with an FPGA.
  • Three-Phase BLDC / PMSM Motor Drive with High-Performance Microcontrollers Reference Design
    TIDM-RM46XDRV8301KIT: This TI design describes a motor control evaluation kit for spinning 3-phase brushless DC and brushless AC (BLAC) - often referred to as permanent magnet synchronous (PMSM) – motors with example of sensorless Field Oriented / Vector Control (FOC). The implementation leverages the DRV8301 gate-driver IC as well as the TPS65381 Power-Management IC. This reference design can be used as a high-performance, power-efficient, cost-effective platform to speed up development of PMSM control algorithms.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 1-PWM Brushless DC Motor Control Reference Design
    TIDA-00645: This design is a 3-phase sensored Brushless DC Motor controller that uses a single PWM input for controlling speed and three active-high hall sensors for rotor position detection. The DRV8305's integrated commutation table simplifies the microcontroller firmware required for proper commutation. The DRV8305 automatically handles dead time insertion and gate drive current control, both of which can adjusted using the drivers SPI interface.
  • 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.
  • Dual-Wideband RF-to-Digital Receiver Design
    TIDA-00073: The TSW1265EVM is an example design of a wideband RF to digital dual receiver solution capable of digitizing up to 125MHz of spectrum. The system provides a reference on how to use the ADS4249, LMH6521, LMK0480x, and a dual mixer to achieve this. This reference EVEM coupled with a capture card such as the TSW1400 can be used to capture and analyze narrow band and wideband signals. Instructions are provided on how to change the LO and IF frequencies for different application needs. The TIDA-00073 was implemented with hardware from the TSW1265EVM.
  • High Performance Bipolar Stepper Drive Stage Reference Design with 256 Microstep Support
    TIDA-00261: The TIDA-00261-BOOST-DRV8711 is an 8-52V, 4.5A, bipolar stepper motor drive stage based on the DRV8711 Stepper Motor Pre-driver and CSD88537ND Dual N-Channel NexFET™ Power MOSFET. The module contains everything needed to drive many different kinds of bipolar stepper motors and can also be repurposed as a dual brushed DC motor driver. The BOOST-DRV8711 is ideal for those wishing to learn more about stepper motor control techniques and drive stage design. This kit was designed to be compatible with all TI LaunchPads following the LaunchPad Pinout Standard, with primary software/firmware support being provided for the MSP-EXP430G2 LaunchPad with a MSP430G2553. As seen at APEC
  • Dual, BDC Motor System with independently controlled motors
    TIDA-00116: This Mutli-motor BDC motor system implements an MSP430, a DRV8816, and an Anaheim Automation motor. It's suitable for applications requiring 1A to 2A of motor current to 20KRPM. Motor voltage support is 8V to 32V, and max current is 2.5A. The PWM scheme allows speed control and current regulation. The H-bridge FET supports during current decay, the time interval of current decay, and current deglitch time. The motor drive stage has integrated protection from short-circuit, shoot-through, under-voltage, and over-temperature.
  • Automotive Cluster Telltale Driver Reference Design
    TIDA-00278: This TI reference design is an automotive cluster telltale solution that includes a monolithic, medium-voltage, low-current power 12-bit shift register designed for use in systems that require relatively moderate load power, such as LEDs found in automotive clusters. This design is one part of an entire automotive cluster system solution optimized for the mid-end cluster market. The entire solution supports 4.5-40V system capabilities that can withstand cold crank, start stop, and load dump conditions.
  • Noise-immune Capacitive Proximity Sensor System Reference Design
    TIDA-00466: The FDC2214 proximity and capacitive sensing design demonstrates the use of TI's capacitive sensing technology to sense and detect the presence of various objects. The design is a complete hardware and firmware solution. The firmware processes the data from one proximity sensor and two capacitive touch buttons via the FDC2214 to determine whether an object is in the intended sensing area. Dedicated colored LEDs light up once the device detects a target in close proximity to the board or detects a press on the buttons. The design is powered by one AA-battery.
  • Clocking Solution Reference Design for GSPS ADCs
    TIDA-00359: Low cost, high performance clocking solution for GSPS data converters. This reference design discusses the use of a TRF3765, a low noise frequency synthesizer, generating the sampling clock for a 4 GSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADC12J4000). Experiments demonstrate data sheet comparable SNR and SFDR performance.
  • 3D Printer Controller (12V)
    TIDA-00405: This design is a complete system for controlling 3-axis, single extruder-based 3D printers. The system is managed by the MSP430F5529 LaunchPad and utilizes the DRV8846 for precision stepper motor control. The CSD18534Q5A is used as a low-side switch for the hot bed heater, extruder heater, and cooling fan. The DRV5033 Hall Sensor acts as a contactless limit switch.
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 12- to 24-V, 27-A Brushed DC Motor Reference Design
    TIDA-00620: Brushed motors are a relatively popular option for motor designs because of their low price and simple control scheme. A brushed motor has a wire-wound rotor and permanent magnet stator. The commutation of the motor is achieved using conductive rings that are connected to the rotor using brushes that scrape against the commutator rings. This allows the direction of current through the motor to change based on the orientation of the brushes and different commutation rings. Utilizing an H-Bridge allows for easy direction and speed control changes to be applied quickly and efficiently to the brushed DC motor. An electronic drive is required to control the motor currents in a brushed DC motor. The electronic drive circuit consists of a power stage with two-phase inverter meeting the required power capability, a microcontroller to implement the motor speed commands and fault handling, current sensing for motor startup / stall protection, gate driver for controlling the two-phase inverter, and a power supply for microcontroller and other low voltage devices.
  • Synchronizing Multiple JESD204B ADCs for Emitter Position Location Reference Design
    TIDA-00467: A common technique to estimate the position of emitters uses the amplitude and phase shift data of a signal derived from an array of spatially distributed sensors. For such systems, it is important to guarantee a deterministic phase relationship between the sensors to minimize errors in the actual measured data. This application design will discuss how multiple Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs) with a JESD204B interface can be synchronized so that the sampled data from the ADCs are phase aligned.
  • Two-Channel Source/Sink Combined Voltage & Current Output, Isolated, EMC/EMI Tested Reference Design
    TIPD155: This TI CerTIfied Reference Design implements a two channel combined voltage and current analog output module. The two outputs are independent and can both source and sink voltage and current over the standard industrial output ranges. While the design has been characterized with outputs of ±10 V and ±24 mA, output ranges of 0-5 V, 0-10 V, ±5 V, ±10 V.4-20 mA, 0-20 mA, 0-24 mA, ±20 mA, ±24 mA are possible by adjusting external resistor values. The design includes the necessary external protection elements required to pass the IEC61000-4-2/3/4/5/6 tests along with the measured test data. The protection circuitry does not negatively affect the design and test results showed typical unadjusted errors were <0.1% of the full-scale range (FSR) and calibrated errors were less than 0.01% FSR.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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