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SN74LVC1G17DCKR

Single Schmitt-Trigger Buffer 5-SC70 -40 to 125

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74LVC1G17GW Logic Buffer, LVC/LCX/Z Series, 1-Func, 1-Input, CMOS, PDSO5 Nexperia SN74LVC1G17DCKR vs 74LVC1G17GW
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NL17SZ17DFT2G Logic Single Non-Inverting Buffer with Schmitt Trigger Output, SC-88A (SC-70-5 / SOT-353), 3000-REEL ON Semiconductor SN74LVC1G17DCKR vs NL17SZ17DFT2G
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74LVC1G17GW,125 Logic 74LVC1G17 - Single Schmitt trigger buffer TSSOP 5-Pin Nexperia SN74LVC1G17DCKR vs 74LVC1G17GW,125
SN74LVC1G17MDBVREP Logic Enhanced Product Single Schmitt-Trigger Buffer 5-SOT-23 -55 to 125 Texas Instruments SN74LVC1G17DCKR vs SN74LVC1G17MDBVREP
74LVC1G17SE-7 Logic Buffer, LVC/LCX/Z Series, 1-Func, 1-Input, CMOS, PDSO5, SOT-353, 5 PIN Diodes Incorporated SN74LVC1G17DCKR vs 74LVC1G17SE-7

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    100
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    90
  • 3. South Korea
    89
  • 4. India
    84
  • 5. Singapore
    83
  • 6. Canada
    77
  • 7. Germany
    77
  • 8. France
    77
  • 9. Taiwan
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  • 10. Malaysia
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Reference Designs

  • TIDA-00254 Accurate Point Cloud Generation for 3D Machine Vision Applications using DLP® Technology | TI.com
    TIDA-00254: The 3D Machine Vision reference design employs Texas Instruments DLP® Advanced Light Control Software Development Kit (SDK) for LightCrafter™ series controllers, which allows developers to easily construct 3D point clouds by integrating TI’s digital micromirror device (DMD) technology with cameras, sensors, motors or other peripherals. The highly differentiated 3D Machine Vision system utilizes the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), featuring the DLP4500 WXGA chipset, and enables flexible control of high resolution, accurate patterns for industrial, medical, and security applications.
  • 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.
  • DLP4500-C350REF High Resolution, Portable Light Steering Reference Design using DLP Technology | TI.com
    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.
  • PMP10215 Universal Input to 3.3V, 12V, 36V, 200W Continuous PSU for Class-D Amplifier Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10215: This power module generates all voltages to supply a class-D audio amplifier. The main output voltage is 36V and delivers 200W continuously and 840W peak. The first stage is a power-factor corrected Boost. A Flyback converter supplies 12V on primary side as well as 12V@300mA and 3.3V@200mA on secondary side. A hardware switch + remote input let the converter enter in stand-by mode: in this status the 36V output is disabled and 12V, 3.3V are "always on". This way the stand-by power is reduced down to 150mW @ 115Vac and 270mW @ 230Vac. A second digital input switches the main output voltage from 36V to 18V, allowing low current consumption mode in case of the audio amplifier needs less power.
  • PMP15022 Advanced Dimming Capable Buck LED Driver Reference Design for Industrial IR LED Applications | TI.com
    PMP15022: This TI Design showcases a TPS92515 small-form factor LED driver optimized to drive up to 5 infrared (IR) LEDs for industrial cameras and other general lighting designs. It can drive up to 1A through LED loads of up to 9.5V from a 24V input source. The buck topology is implemented as a secondary-stage LED driver which offers a simple, high performance and a cost effective lighting solution. Additional design flexibility includes analog and PWM dimming (including shunt FET dimming) support as well as EMI filtering designed to meet FCC part 15 class B conduction requirements.
  • 4-Channel LED Spotlight Driver Reference Design
    PMP10171: The PMP10171 reference design is a boost LED driver with four outputs. It has an input voltage range of 10 .. 30V and provides 500mA at 40V maximum. A microcontroller provides an adjustable PWM signal for adjusting the brightness of the LEDs.
  • TIDA-00732 18-bit, 2-Msps Isolated Data Acquisition Reference Design to Achieve Maximum SNR and Sampling Rate | TI.com
    TIDA-00732: This “18-bit, 2-Msps Isolated Data Acquisition Reference Design to achieve maximum SNR and sampling rate” illustrates how to overcome performance-limiting challenges typical of isolated data acquisition system design:
  • Accurate Point Cloud Generation for 3D Machine Vision Applications using DLP® Technology
    TIDA-00254: The 3D Machine Vision reference design employs Texas Instruments DLP Software Development Kit (SDK) allowing developers to easily construct 3D point clouds by integrating TI’s digital micromirror device (DMD) technology with cameras, sensors, motors or other peripherals. The highly differentiated 3D Machine Vision systems utilizes the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), featuring the DLP® 0.45” WXGA chipset, and enables flexible control of high resolution, accurate patterns for industrial, medical, and security applications.
  • PMP10171 4-Channel LED Spotlight Driver Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10171: The PMP10171 reference design is a boost LED driver with four outputs. It has an input voltage range of 10 .. 30V and provides 500mA at 40V maximum. A microcontroller provides an adjustable PWM signal for adjusting the brightness of the LEDs.
  • High Perf Single Ended to Diff Active Interface for High Speed ADC Developed by Dallas Logic Corp : Dallas Logic Corporation
    TIDA-00294: This reference design uses the ADC34J22 12b 50Msps JESD204B data converter and the THS4541 fully differential amplifer to demonstrate how to design a high performance active interface for high speed ADCs. This type of circuit can be used in sensor front end, motor control, and test and measurement applications. The circuit model and derivation of the design equations is presented along with the actual implementation on a PCB. Results of this implementation are presented to show very similar performance as compared to a passive AC coupled transformer interface.

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