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TLVH431AQDCKR

1-OUTPUT THREE TERM VOLTAGE REFERENCE, 1.24V, PDSO6, GREEN, PLASTIC, SC-70, 6 PIN

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Reference Designs

  • 2.2MHz Switching, Synchronous Split Supply Reference Design for 12V Battery with all Protections
    PMP10651.4: PMP10651 is a low noise, multi-output SMPS design where LM53603 is used in Inverting Buck-Boost Fly buck topology to generate positive and negative supply needed in multiple noise sensitive applications such as powering High Speed Video Amplifier, RF amplifier, Precision Low noise amplifier etc. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 15 Vin DC (from 12V Lead Acid Battery) and provides outputs of +12V@500mA, -12v@500mA, 5V @400mA and 3.3V@150mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using Flyback or Pushpull converters .
  • System Level reference design for 30W ADAS system with required Automotive Protections
    PMP10652.5: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps - PMP9780.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP9780: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • 2.2MHz Switching, Synchronous Split Supply Reference Design for 12V Battery with all Protections
    PMP10651.1: PMP10651 is a low noise, multi-output SMPS design where LM53603 is used in Inverting Buck-Boost Fly buck topology to generate positive and negative supply needed in multiple noise sensitive applications such as powering High Speed Video Amplifier, RF amplifier, Precision Low noise amplifier etc. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 15 Vin DC (from 12V Lead Acid Battery) and provides outputs of +12V@500mA, -12v@500mA, 5V @400mA and 3.3V@150mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using Flyback or Pushpull converters .
  • Power and Thermal Design Considerations Using TI's AM57x Processor Reference Design
    TIDEP0047: This TI Design (TIDEP0047) is a reference platform based on the AM57x processor and companion TPS659037 power management integrated circuit (PMIC). This TI Design specifically highlights important power and thermal design considerations and techniques for systems designed with AM57x and TPS659037. It includes reference material and documentation covering power management design, power distribution network (PDN) design considerations, thermal design considerations, estimating power consumption, and a power consumption summary.
  • PMP10750 System Level Power Reference Design for 20W ADAS system with Automotive Protections | TI.com
    PMP10750: PMP10750 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 5) 20W design for upstream converter used in ADAS system with automotive protection. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class5. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in wide input voltage conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient up to 42V.
  • 2.2MHz Switching, Synchronous Split Supply Reference Design for 12V Battery with all Protections
    PMP10651.3: PMP10651 is a low noise, multi-output SMPS design where LM53603 is used in Inverting Buck-Boost Fly buck topology to generate positive and negative supply needed in multiple noise sensitive applications such as powering High Speed Video Amplifier, RF amplifier, Precision Low noise amplifier etc. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 15 Vin DC (from 12V Lead Acid Battery) and provides outputs of +12V@500mA, -12v@500mA, 5V @400mA and 3.3V@150mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using Flyback or Pushpull converters .
  • PMP10652 System-Level Reference Design for 30W ADAS System With Required Automotive Protections | TI.com
    PMP10652: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • TIDEP0047 Power and Thermal Design Considerations Using TI's AM57x Processor Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0047: This TI Design (TIDEP0047) is a reference platform based on the AM57x processor and companion TPS659037 power management integrated circuit (PMIC). This TI Design specifically highlights important power and thermal design considerations and techniques for systems designed with AM57x and TPS659037. It includes reference material and documentation covering power management design, power distribution network (PDN) design considerations, thermal design considerations, estimating power consumption, and a power consumption summary.
  • TIDA-00503 Automotive SEPIC Backlight Driver Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00503: The TIDA-00503 refrence design is a SEPIC mode LED driver design for automotive backlight applications with 2 or 3 LEDs in series. SEPIC enables VIN both above and below VOUT. The LED driver operates at a switching frequency of 2.2MHz for a small overall footprint and all components are limited to <3mm in height.
  • 2.2MHz Switching, Synchronous Split Supply Reference Design for 12V Battery with all Protections
    PMP10651.2: PMP10651 is a low noise, multi-output SMPS design where LM53603 is used in Inverting Buck-Boost Fly buck topology to generate positive and negative supply needed in multiple noise sensitive applications such as powering High Speed Video Amplifier, RF amplifier, Precision Low noise amplifier etc. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 15 Vin DC (from 12V Lead Acid Battery) and provides outputs of +12V@500mA, -12v@500mA, 5V @400mA and 3.3V@150mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using Flyback or Pushpull converters .
  • PMP10651 2.2MHz Switching, Synchronous Split Supply Reference Design for 12V Battery with all Protections | TI.com
    PMP10651: PMP10651 is a low noise, multi-output SMPS design where LM53603 is used in Inverting Buck-Boost Fly buck topology to generate positive and negative supply needed in multiple noise sensitive applications such as powering High Speed Video Amplifier, RF amplifier, Precision Low noise amplifier etc. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 15 Vin DC (from 12V Lead Acid Battery) and provides outputs of +12V@500mA, -12v@500mA, 5V @400mA and 3.3V@150mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using Flyback or Pushpull converters .
  • System Level reference design for 30W ADAS system with required Automotive Protections
    PMP10652.2: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps
    PMP9780.3: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps
    PMP9780.0: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • 2.2MHz Switching, Synchronous Split Supply Reference Design for 12V Battery with all Protections - PMP10651.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10651: PMP10651 is a low noise, multi-output SMPS design where LM53603 is used in Inverting Buck-Boost Fly buck topology to generate positive and negative supply needed in multiple noise sensitive applications such as powering High Speed Video Amplifier, RF amplifier, Precision Low noise amplifier etc. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 15 Vin DC (from 12V Lead Acid Battery) and provides outputs of +12V@500mA, -12v@500mA, 5V @400mA and 3.3V@150mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using Flyback or Pushpull converters .
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps
    PMP9780.1: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • PMP10652 System-Level Reference Design for 30W ADAS System With Required Automotive Protections | TI.com
    PMP10652: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • System Level reference design for 30W ADAS system with required Automotive Protections
    PMP10652.6: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • System Level reference design for 30W ADAS system with required Automotive Protections - PMP10652.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10652: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • PMP10885 85 to 265VAC Input 5V@4.8A Dual Port USB Charger Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10885: The PMP10885 reference design is capable of charging two devices simultaneously at 2.4A each. The UCC24636 synchronous rectifier controller and CSD18531Q5A FET reduce the rectifier loss and provide high efficiency with a minimal increase in cost. The TPS2559 provides accurate and independent current limit protection for each port. The TPS2513 communicates with the mobile device under charge to ensure that the charger is accepted by most phone and tablet models. This compact design consumes a volume of only 1.3" x 2.4" x 0.9".
  • TIDEP0076 3D Machine Vision Reference Design Based on AM572x Processor with DLP® Structured Light | TI.com
    TIDEP0076: The TIDEP0076 3D machine vision design describes an embedded 3D scanner based on the structured light principle. A digital camera along with a Sitara™ AM57xx processor System on Chip (SoC) is used to capture reflected light patterns from a DLP4500-based projector. Subsquent processing of captured patterns, calculation of the object's 3D point cloud and its 3D visualization are all performed within the AM57xx processor SoC. This design provides an embedded solution with advantages in power, simplicity, cost and size over a host PC-based implementation.
  • PMP11180 High Light-Load Efficient 120VAC Input, 25W/5VDC Reference Design with 4 POL Outputs | TI.com
    PMP11180: This 25-W design uses the UCC28740 in a flyback topology to minimize no-load standby power and the UCC24636 synchronous rectifier controller to minimize power MOSFET body-diode conduction times. The design also features point-of-load converters from the main 5V rail that implement an energy-saving Ecomode. All of the devices within the design work together to improve light-load efficiency to help meet agency approvals.
  • System Level reference design for 30W ADAS system with required Automotive Protections
    PMP10652.1: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • Automotive SEPIC Backlight Driver Reference Design
    TIDA-00503: The TIDA-00503 refrence design is a SEPIC mode LED driver design for automotive backlight applications with 2 or 3 LEDs in series. SEPIC enables VIN both above and below VOUT. The LED driver operates at a switching frequency of 2.2MHz for a small overall footprint and all components are limited to <3mm in height.
  • System Level reference design for 30W ADAS system with required Automotive Protections
    PMP10652.4: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps
    PMP9780.2: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • System Level reference design for 30W ADAS system with required Automotive Protections
    PMP10652.3: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • High Light-Load Efficient 120VAC Input, 25W/5VDC Reference Design with 4 POL Outputs - PMP11180.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP11180: This 25-W design uses the UCC28740 in a flyback topology to minimize no-load standby power and the UCC24636 synchronous rectifier controller to minimize power MOSFET body-diode conduction times. The design also features point-of-load converters from the main 5V rail that implement an energy-saving Ecomode. All of the devices within the design work together to improve light-load efficiency to help meet agency approvals.
  • 2.2MHz Switching, Synchronous Split Supply Reference Design for 12V Battery with all Protections - PMP10651.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10651: PMP10651 is a low noise, multi-output SMPS design where LM53603 is used in Inverting Buck-Boost Fly buck topology to generate positive and negative supply needed in multiple noise sensitive applications such as powering High Speed Video Amplifier, RF amplifier, Precision Low noise amplifier etc. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 15 Vin DC (from 12V Lead Acid Battery) and provides outputs of +12V@500mA, -12v@500mA, 5V @400mA and 3.3V@150mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using Flyback or Pushpull converters .
  • TIDEP0046 Monte-Carlo Simulation on AM57x Using OpenCL for DSP Acceleration Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0046: TI’s high performance ARM® Cortex®-A15 based AM57x processors also integrate C66x DSPs. These DSPs were designed to handle high signal and data processing tasks that are often required by industrial, automotive and financial applications. The AM57x OpenCL implementation makes it easy for users to utilize DSP acceleration for high computational tasks while using a standard programming model and language, thereby removing the need for deep knowledge of the DSP architecture. The TIDEP0046 TI reference design provides an example of using DSP acceleration to generate a very long sequence of normal random numbers using standard C/C++ code.
  • PMP9780 Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps | TI.com
    PMP9780: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • PMP10651 2.2MHz Switching, Synchronous Split Supply Reference Design for 12V Battery with all Protections | TI.com
    PMP10651: PMP10651 is a low noise, multi-output SMPS design where LM53603 is used in Inverting Buck-Boost Fly buck topology to generate positive and negative supply needed in multiple noise sensitive applications such as powering High Speed Video Amplifier, RF amplifier, Precision Low noise amplifier etc. The design accepts an input voltage of 7Vin to 15 Vin DC (from 12V Lead Acid Battery) and provides outputs of +12V@500mA, -12v@500mA, 5V @400mA and 3.3V@150mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using Flyback or Pushpull converters .
  • System Level Power Reference Design for 20W ADAS system with Automotive Protections
    PMP10750: PMP10750 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 5) 20W design for upstream converter used in ADAS system with automotive protection. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class5. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in wide input voltage conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient up to 42V.
  • Monte-Carlo Simulation on AM57x Using OpenCL for DSP Acceleration Reference Design
    TIDEP0046: TI’s high performance ARM® Cortex®-A15 based AM57x processors also integrate C66x DSPs. These DSPs were designed to handle high signal and data processing tasks that are often required by industrial, automotive and financial applications. The AM57x OpenCL implementation makes it easy for users to utilize DSP acceleration for high computational tasks while using a standard programming model and language, thereby removing the need for deep knowledge of the DSP architecture. The TIDEP0046 TI reference design provides an example of using DSP acceleration to generate a very long sequence of normal random numbers using standard C/C++ code.
  • PMP9780 Reference Design: Bipolar TFT LCD Supply Using TPS65131-Q1 and Charge Pumps | TI.com
    PMP9780: This reference design details a display power circuit which generates a bipolar voltage rail for source drivers and additional supplies for gate drivers. Charge pumps are used to generate the voltage supply for gate drivers, which makes this design easy to implement. By using only one dc-dc converter to generate four voltage rails and therefore minimizing the amount of inductances, this circuit allows small design size.
  • System Level reference design for 30W ADAS system with required Automotive Protections
    PMP10652.7: PMP10652 is a System optimized (CISPR 25 Class 3) 30W design for Surround View ADAS system. The design has various protections such as Load dump through TVS (ISO pulse testing), Reverse Voltage (Innovative Smart diode with very low Iq), Battery Disconnect Switch with OVP protection (PFET) and is EMI optimized to meet Conductive EMI limits of CISPR25 Class3 (overall) and Class5 upto 30MHz Range. Input voltage range is between 4.5V to 30V with OVP at 20V and hence will operate in most Cold Cranking conditions. LM74610 is used for Battery reverse protection which utilizes a charge pump to drive an N-channel FET to provide a resistive path for the bypass current to flow. LM53603Q1 is used as front end DC/DC Buck converter which is 2.2MHz switching, Synchronous rectified Wide Vin Buck Converter which can take transient upto 42V. TPS57114Q1 is used to provide power to the cores and it is a high current 2,2MHz switching buck converter. LM26420 is a dual 2.2MHz switching buck converter which is used for generating other required supplies. LM3880 sequencer is used for all the power up and power down sequencing requirements.
  • PMP10936 85-265VAC Input, 12V/30W Two-Switch Flyback Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10936: The PMP10936 reference design uses the UCC28740 to provide an isolated 12V at 2.5A output. The UCC24636 is used to control a synchronous recitifer for high efficiency. The two-switch flyback topology recycles the transformer's leakage energy and provides a further improvement in efficiency.
  • PMP11180 High Light-Load Efficient 120VAC Input, 25W/5VDC Reference Design with 4 POL Outputs | TI.com
    PMP11180: This 25-W design uses the UCC28740 in a flyback topology to minimize no-load standby power and the UCC24636 synchronous rectifier controller to minimize power MOSFET body-diode conduction times. The design also features point-of-load converters from the main 5V rail that implement an energy-saving Ecomode. All of the devices within the design work together to improve light-load efficiency to help meet agency approvals.

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