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TLV1117CDCY by: Texas Instruments
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Reference Designs

  • TIDM-1000 Vienna Rectifier-Based Three Phase Power Factor Correction Reference Design Using C2000 MCU | TI.com
    TIDM-1000: Vienna rectifier power topology is used in high power three phase power factor (AC-DC) applications such as off-board electric vehicleEV chargers and telecom rectifiers. Control design of the rectifier can be complex. This design illustrates a method to control the power stage using C2000™ microcontrollers. The hardware and software available with this design helps accelerate your time to market. The Vienna rectifier power topology is used in high power three phase power factor correction applications such as off-board electric vehicle charging and telecom rectifiers. This design illustrates how to control a Vienna rectifier using C200-MCU. Learn more about what C2000 MCUs have to offer for electric vehicle applications
  • PMP2543 Altera Cyclone III FPGA Power Management Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP2543: The Cyclone III power management design is a complete, non-isolated power solution and provides all 5 required rails for powering the FPGA. The design also includes complete power solutions for DDR Memory VTT and VDDQ rails and USB power. This design is optimized to power the Altera 3C25F324 starter kit.
  • TIDM-HV-1PH-DCAC Single-Phase Inverter Reference Design With Voltage Source and Grid Connected Modes | TI.com
    TIDM-HV-1PH-DCAC: This reference design implements single-phase inverter (DC-AC) control using the C2000™ F28377D microcontroller. Design supports two modes of operation for the inverter. First is the voltage source mode using an output LC filter. This control mode is typically used in uninterruptible power supplies (UPS). Second is grid connected mode with an output LCL filter, which is typically used in solar inverters. Firmware for the design is supported under the powerSUITE framework which enables adaptation using the Solution Adapter and enables tuning of the control loop using the Compensation Designer and SFRA. High-efficiency, low THD and intuitive software make this design attractive for engineers working on inverter design for UPS and alternative energy applications such as PV inverters, grid storage and micro grids.
  • TIDA-00834 High Accuracy Analog Front End Using 16-Bit SAR ADC with ±10V Measurement Range Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00834: The TIDA-00834 reference design accurately measures voltage and current inputs using simultaneously sampled, 16-bit, ±10 V, bipolar input SAR ADC critical to identify power systems malfunction and power quality related failures accurately and quickly. This results in reduced power systems downtime. The AFE includes signal conditioning based on precision instrumentation or precision amplifier for current measurement upto 125A and opamp based signal conditioning circuit for voltage measurement upto 300V. The gain amplifier for voltage and current inputs are used to scale the sensor output to the ADC range. Coherent sampling of the analog input signals is implemented using comparator and FPGA. The power supply for data acquisition front end is generated using a +5V input.
  • TIDA-01281 Communication Module Reference Design for Functional Isolated RS-485, CAN and I2C Data Transmission | TI.com
    TIDA-01281: The TIDA-01281 reference design is low cost, high efficiency, isolated RS-485, I2C & CAN communication module solution intended for use in industrial systems such as Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS) and energy storage banks that require isolated communication and isolated power for RS-485/I2C/CAN transceivers. The design has on-board C2000-Piccolo microcontroller for handling the communications protocol for each of interfaces. The board has in-built, low component count, high efficiency, primary side controlled isolated power supply to generate secondary power for communication transceivers eliminating the need for opto-coupler feedback circuits. The TIDA-01281 design is tested for data transmission under various conditions and under EFT and ESD environment, highlighting the performance of TI devices for robust data transmission in harsh environments.
  • 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.
  • TIDA-00434 Cost Effective Bias Power Supply with <100mW Standby and 75% Efficiency Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00434: This reference design is a multiple output (12V, 3.3V/5V), 2.4W bias power supply for home appliances using a low cost Quasi-resonant PWM controller. The design supports conversion of wide range DC input ranging from 90V DC to 425V DC or AC input ranging from 85V AC to 300V AC to standard power rails of 12V and 3.3V/5V. TIDA-00434 is able to achieve reduced switching losses, using a buck power stage operating in discontinuous mode with valley switching. The design offers high efficiency (>70%) and low stand-by power of <100mW when system is in idle mode. The design uses low cost external 800V BJT as a switch providing higher operating voltage margin. The PWM controller has integrated safety feature that turns off the external switch in case of loss of feedback which helps in preventing high output voltages. Reconfiguring the designfor different output voltage and standby power consumption levels is easier with simple resistor value changes. Overall the design offers a simple and rugged bias power supply with low standby power.
  • TIDA-00704 330W, >93% Efficiency, Cost Optimized, 20-32V Storage Battery Bank Charger Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00704: The TIDA-00704 is a compact, universal input, 20-32VDC - 320-W output, AC/DC storage battery bank charger for 8 cell LiFePO4 batteries. The circuit consists of a front end continuous conduction mode (CCM) power factor correction (PFC) circuit, followed by an LLC based second stage. The design uses the UCC29950 combo controller which controls both the PFC stage and LLC stage, to achieve a compact and robust control structure. Synchronous rectification based on UCC24610 and low RDSon FETs from Texas instruments help in achieving higher efficiencies. The board comes with an option of a customizable battery charge profiling, by means of adding a small daughter card based on MSP430 controller.
  • Simple and Robust Bias Power Supply with Low Standby for Home Appliances
    TIDA-00434: This reference design is a multiple output (12V, 3.3V/5V), 2.4W bias power supply for home appliances using a low cost Quasi-resonant PWM controller. The design supports conversion of wide range DC input ranging from 90V DC to 425V DC or AC input ranging from 85V AC to 300V AC to standard power rails of 12V and 3.3V/5V. TIDA-00434 is able to achieve reduced switching losses, using a buck power stage operating in discontinuous mode with valley switching. The design offers high efficiency (>70%) and low stand-by power of <100mW when system is in idle mode. The design uses low cost external 800V BJT as a switch providing higher operating voltage margin. The PWM controller has integrated safety feature that turns off the external switch in case of loss of feedback which helps in preventing high output voltages. Reconfiguring the designfor different output voltage and standby power consumption levels is easier with simple resistor value changes. Overall the design offers a simple and rugged bias power supply with low standby power.
  • TIDA-00366 Reference Design for Reinforced Isolation 3-Phase Inverter with Current, Voltage and Temp Protection | TI.com
    TIDA-00366: The TIDA-00366 reference design provides a reference solution for 3-Phase inverter rated up to 10kW designed using reinforced isolated dual IGBT gate driver UCC21520, reinforced isolated amplifier AMC1301, and MCU (TMS320F28027). Lower system cost is achieved by using AMC1301 for motor current measurement interfaced with internal ADC of MCU and use of bootstrap power supply for IGBT gate drivers. The inverter is designed to have protection against overload, short circuit, ground fault, under/over DC bus voltage and IGBT module over-temperature.
  • TIDA-00440 Leakage Current Measurement Reference Design for Determining Insulation Resistance | TI.com
    TIDA-00440: This TI design provides a reference solution to measure Insulation Resistance up to 100MΩ. It has an on-board isolated 500Vdc power supply and an isolated signal conditioning circuit to measure the leakage current. This design is useful to find leakage due to insulation breakdown in transformer and motor windings.
  • Altera Cyclone III FPGA Power Management Reference Design
    PMP2543: The Cyclone III power management design is a complete, non-isolated power solution and provides all 5 required rails for powering the FPGA. The design also includes complete power solutions for DDR Memory VTT and VDDQ rails and USB power. This design is optimized to power the Altera 3C25F324 starter kit.
  • PMP7977 Xilinx Artix 7 FPGA with PMBus Power Management Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP7977: The Artix 7 power management reference design board uses power modules, linear regulators, and a PMBus compliant system controller to supply all required core and auxiliary voltages needed by the FPGA, including DDR memory termination. A Digital Power graphical user interface is used to monitor the voltage and current levels of the board’s power rails.
  • PMP4536 12V input to 3.3@2A output + Isolated 3.3V@150mA | TI.com
    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.
  • TIDM-LPBP-BLDCMOTORDRIVE Three-Phase Brushless DC Motor Driver | TI.com
    TIDM-LPBP-BLDCMOTORDRIVE: The Three-Phase Brushless DC Motor Driver reference design is a 10A, 3-phase brushless DC drive stage based on the DRV8301 pre-driver and CSD18533Q5A NextFET™ power MOSFET. It has three low side current sense amps (two internal to DRV8301, one external). The design also leverages a 1.5A step down buck converter, is fully protected with short circuit, thermal, and shoot-through protection, and is easily configured via a SPI interface. It is ideal for sensorless, brushless control techniques and drive stage design.
  • PMP12082 3-Phase AC Input, Triple Output Bias Supply Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP12082: The PMP12082 is a bias supply reference design with 3-phase input (80VAC~280VAC) and triple outputs - 7V/1.4A, 3.3V/500mA, and 3.3V/300mA. UCC28701 primary side regulation controller is applied for a Cascode-MOSFET flyback converter with dual output windings. One winding supplies 7V/1.4A output with TPS259261 current limiter and 3.3V/500mA with TPS560200 pos-regulated Buck converter stage.The other output winding supplies 3.3V/300mA through a TLV1117-33 LDO.
  • TIDA-00367 150W, 86% Efficiency Primary Side Regulated DCM/CCM Flyback Supply Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00367: The TIDA-00367 is a 150 W flyback converter based reference design created for powering low voltage BLDC motor based applications using a companionTI Design TIDA-00447, 24V Dual Brushless DC Motor Drive Reference Design for Major Home Appliances. This reference design is a primary side regulated flyback converter based on the UCC28630 controller. It works in either discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) or continuous conduction mode (CCM) depending on the input voltage conditions and delivers a tightly regulated 24V output and a loosely regulated 12V output.Primary Side regulation helps in eliminating the use of secondary side feedback components without impacting the performance thereby reducing BOM count and increasing the reliability of the design. The hardware is designed and tested to pass the EN55011 Class B conducted emission and Surge Norm EN – 63000-4-5 .
  • TIDA-00653 Non-Isolated Bi-Directional Converter Reference Design for Battery Charging Applications | TI.com
    TIDA-00653: TIDA-00653 is a non-isolated 48 to 12-V bi-directional converter reference design for 48V battery applications enabled by the UCD3138 digital power controller. The design has the flexibility to work in either a ZVS transition-mode topology to optimize light-load efficiency, or a hard-switching topology for a simple system design. The bi-directional converter features auto-phase shedding, offset for light-load, and adaptive dead-time optimization for compounding efficiency gains greater than 96%. Due to the significant efficiency improvements, heat loss is reduced and no air or liquid cooling are needed automotive applications. Additionally, the use of the UCD3138 high-control frequency controller and hardware-based state machine enable a small form factor and frees the system CPU for other functions such as battery management.
  • TIDA-03026 Status Indication Reference Design With LED and Audio Feedback | TI.com
    TIDA-03026: The TIDA-03026 reference design functionality emulates status indication subsystems in various end equipments. By putting multiple LED drivers in parallel, an array of RGB LEDs can be synchronized to blink, pulse, and breathe - enhancing customer experience. Audio feedback is also integrated to show a combined status indication solution with LEDs and audio. Applications include IP phones, building automation, home automation, white goods, and automotive infotainment and cluster.
  • PMP5515 Isolated Flyback for Industrial Applications (24V @ 2mA) | TI.com
    PMP5515: This reference design is a multi-output output isolated flyback, working from universal line. The main regulated output is 3.3V@350mA; the 5V and 12V outputs are regulated by means of linear regulators and the 24V output has been generated with a small charge pump. The converter takes advantage of the cascode-flyback topology and quasi-resonant working mode to deliver low EMI and good efficiency at light load.
  • PMP5515 Isolated Flyback for Industrial Applications (24V @ 2mA) | TI.com
    PMP5515: This reference design is a multi-output output isolated flyback, working from universal line. The main regulated output is 3.3V@350mA; the 5V and 12V outputs are regulated by means of linear regulators and the 24V output has been generated with a small charge pump. The converter takes advantage of the cascode-flyback topology and quasi-resonant working mode to deliver low EMI and good efficiency at light load.

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