TPS54531DDAR

3.5V to 28V Input, 5A, 570kHz Step-Down Converter with Eco-mode 8-SO PowerPAD -40 to 85

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Price Range $1.4450 / $3.0000

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  • 1. United States
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  • 2. China
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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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