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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.
  • DLP Near-Infrared Spectrometer for Optical Analysis of Liquids & Solids Reference Design
    TIDA-00155: This near-infrared (NIR) spectrometer reference design utilizes Texas Instruments' DLP technology in conjunction with a single-element InGaAs detector to deliver high performance measurements in a portable form factor that is more affordable than expensive InGaAs array detector or fragile rotating grating architectures. NIR spectrometers are commonly used to analyze organic-based liquids and solids for applications including food, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, and plastics to name a few. Combined with a powerful Sitara embedded Processor and analog signal chain components, developers are now able to bring the power of high-end laboratory spectrometers to the field and manufacturing line.
  • 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.
  • Buck, Linear (1.8V @ 200mA) for Fleet Management
    PMP2807.5: This is a 4.2V, 2A lithium battery charging system off the wide 7V to 42V automotive range. TPS40200 plus external FET switcher provides 5V @ 3A. BQ24070 is the battery charger. TPS64203 switcher plus external FET each used to provide 3.3V and 1.8V. TPS73033 and TPS73018 linear regulators provide low noise 3.3V and 1.8V outputs.
  • PMP2807 Buck, Linear (1.8V @ 200mA) for Fleet Management | TI.com
    PMP2807: This is a 4.2V,2A lithium battery charging system off the wide 7V to 42V automotive range. TPS40200 plus external FET switcher provides 5V @ 3A. BQ24070 is the battery charger. TPS64203 switcher plus external FET each used to provide 3.3V and 1.8V. TPS73033 and TPS73018 linear regulators provide low noise 3.3V and 1.8V outputs.
  • TIDM-BUCKBOOST-BIDIR Bi-Directional Non-Isolated Buck Boost Converter | TI.com
    TIDM-BUCKBOOST-BIDIR: This design implements a bi-directional, non-isolated buck boost power converter, ideal for solar microconverters, hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) including Regeneration (Regen or Recuperation), and battery charging applications.
  • Bi-Directional Non-Isolated Buck Boost Converter
    TIDM-BUCKBOOST-BIDIR: This design implements a bi-directional, non-isolated buck boost power converter, ideal for solar microconverters, hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) including Regeneration (Regen or Recuperation), and battery charging applications.
  • Multi-String LED Lighting Driver based on C2000™ MCU Reference Design
    TIDM-DCDC-LED: Ideal for automotive, outdoor, entertainment, retail, and decorative lighting applications, the Multi-String LED Lighting design implements independent multi-string LED lighting with high resolution dimming. The LED driver consists of a microcontroller-controlled DC/DC Sepic Power stage and eight independently dimmable LED strings complete with overcurrent and overvoltage protection.
  • TIDM-RGB-LED Multi-String RGB LED Lighting Driver based on C2000™ MCU | TI.com
    TIDM-RGB-LED: Ideal for automotive, entertainment, retail, and decorative lighting applications, the Multi-String RGB LED Lighting design implements independent multi-string LED control with dimming and color mixing. The LED driver consists of 8 independent and digitally controlled DC/DC power converters driving 8 LED strings.
  • TIDM-SOLAR-DCDC C2000™ Solar DC/DC Converter with Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) | TI.com
    TIDM-SOLAR-DCDC: This design is a digitally-controlled, solar DC/DC converter with maximum power point tracking (MPPT), for use in central or string solar inverters. It is a companion to the TI Design TIDM-SOLAR-ONEPHINV, a grid-tied, single phase, DC/AC inverter. Together, the TIDM-SOLAR-DCDC and the TIDM-SOLAR-ONEPHINV comprise a complete solar inverter for central or string topologies. This solar DC/DC converter consists of a two-phase interleaved boost converter for MPPT and a resonant LLC converter with isolation. A C2000™ Piccolo™ TMS320F28035 microcontroller (MCU) is the digital controller for the complete DC/DC converter, executing high frequency control loops and maximum-power point tracking algorithms. This design achieves full-load efficiency of greater than 94 percent, which allows for more overall energy output from a solar installation and reduces detrimental heat generation in the converter.
  • Bidirectional 400V-12V DC/DC Converter Reference Design
    TIDM-BIDIR-400-12: The Bidirectional 400V-12V DC/DC Converter Reference Design is a microcontroller-based implementation of an isolated bi-directional DC-DC converter. A phase shifted full-bridge (PSFB) with synchronous rectification controls power flow from a 400V bus/battery to the 12V battery in step-down mode, while a push-pull stage controls the reverse power flow from the low voltage battery to the high voltage bus/battery in boost mode. In this implementation closed loop control for both directions of power flow is implemented using Texas Instruments 32-bit microcontroller TMS320F28035, which is placed on the LV side. This digitally-controller system can implement advanced control strategies to optimally control the power stage under different conditions and also provide system level intelligence to make safe and seamless transitions between operation modes and PWM switching patterns.
  • Buck, Linear (3.3V @ 1A) for Fleet Management
    PMP2807.3: This is a 4.2V, 2A lithium battery charging system off the wide 7V to 42V automotive range. TPS40200 plus external FET switcher provides 5V @3A. BQ24070 is the battery charger. TPS64203 switcher plus external FET each used to provide 3.3V and 1.8V. TPS73033 and TPS73018 linear regulators provide low noise 3.3V and 1.8V outputs.
  • AC-mains LED Lighting with DALI DMX512 & Power Line Communications Reference Design
    TIDM-AC-LED-COM: Ideal for outdoor, entertainment, and industrial lighting applications, this LED Lighting design provides high power and high efficiency illumination with built-in communications networking. The lighting unit consists of a 250W universal AC-input LED driver power supply and a demonstrational six-string LED lamp. Driving the LED’s with great power efficiency and electrical utilization, the LED driver power supply operates at greater than 90% power efficiency with 0.99 power factor (PF). Furthermore, to support system-networked lighting and remote connectivity, this power supply includes support for common lighting communications standards including Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI), DMX512, and Power Line Communications (PLC).
  • TIDA-00155 DLP Near-Infrared Spectrometer for Optical Analysis of Liquids & Solids Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00155: This near-infrared (NIR) spectrometer reference design utilizes Texas Instruments' DLP technology in conjunction with a single-element InGaAs detector to deliver high performance measurements in a portable form factor that is more affordable than expensive InGaAs array detector or fragile rotating grating architectures. NIR spectrometers are commonly used to analyze organic-based liquids and solids for applications including food, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, and plastics to name a few. Combined with a powerful Sitara embedded Processor and analog signal chain components, developers are now able to bring the power of high-end laboratory spectrometers to the field and manufacturing line.
  • Buck, Linear (4.5V @ 2A) for Fleet Management - PMP2807.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP2807: This is a 4.2V, 2A lithium battery charging system off the wide 7V to 42V automotive range. TPS40200 plus external FET switcher provides 5V @ 3A. BQ24070 is the battery charger. TPS64203 switcher plus external FET each used to provide 3.3V and 1.8V. TPS73033 and TPS73018 linear regulators provide low noise 3.3V and 1.8V outputs.
  • Buck, Linear (3.3V @ 50mA) for Fleet Management
    PMP2807.4: This is a 4.2V, 2A lithium battery charging system off the wide 7V to 42V automotive range. TPS40200 plus external FET switcher provides 5V @ 3A. BQ24070 is the battery charger. TPS64203 switcher plus external FET each used to provide 3.3V and 1.8V. TPS73033 and TPS73018 linear regulators provide low noise 3.3V and 1.8V outputs.
  • TIDM-PSFB-DCDC Phase-Shifted Full Bridge DC/DC Power Converter | TI.com
    TIDM-PSFB-DCDC: This design is a digitally-controlled, phase-shifted full bridge 600W DC/DC converter. A C2000™ Piccolo™ microcontroller is the controller for the phase-shifted full bridge converter, supporting peak current mode control and synchronous rectification. The Piccolo microcontroller implements high performance peak current mode control without any external support circuity, a distinctive capability amongst microcontroller-based designs. This design is able to achieve high efficiency across wide load ranges with peak efficiency greater than 95%, while supporting ZVS switching across the entire load range. Further, getting started with this design is easy. A GUI is provided as a convenient way to initially evaluate the functionality of the design and the Piccolo microcontroller. When ready to explore further, step-by-step documentation details the implementation of the underlying software and hardware.
  • TIDM-SERVODRIVE Industrial Servo Drive and AC Inverter Drive Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-SERVODRIVE: The DesignDRIVE Development Kit is a reference design for a complete industrial drive directly connecting to a three phase ACI or PMSM motor. Many drive topologies can be created from the combined control, power and communications technologies included on this single platform. Includes multiple position sensor interfaces, diverse current sensing techniques, hot-side partitioning options and expansion for safety and industrial Ethernet.
  • Phase-Shifted Full Bridge DC/DC Power Converter
    TIDM-PSFB-DCDC: This design is a digitally-controlled, phase-shifted full bridge 600W DC/DC converter. A C2000™ Piccolo™ microcontroller is the controller for the phase-shifted full bridge converter, supporting peak current mode control and synchronous rectification. The Piccolo microcontroller implements high performance peak current mode control without any external support circuity, a distinctive capability amongst microcontroller-based designs. This design is able to achieve high efficiency across wide load ranges with peak efficiency greater than 95%, while supporting ZVS switching across the entire load range. Further, getting started with this design is easy. A GUI is provided as a convenient way to initially evaluate the functionality of the design and the Piccolo microcontroller. When ready to explore further, step-by-step documentation details the implementation of the underlying software and hardware.
  • Buck, Linear (4.5V @ 2A) for Fleet Management
    PMP2807.2: This is a 4.2V, 2A lithium battery charging system off the wide 7V to 42V automotive range. TPS40200 plus external FET switcher provides 5V @ 3A. BQ24070 is the battery charger. TPS64203 switcher plus external FET each used to provide 3.3V and 1.8V. TPS73033 and TPS73018 linear regulators provide low noise 3.3V and 1.8V outputs.
  • TIDM-DCDC-LED Multi-String LED Lighting Driver based on C2000™ MCU Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-DCDC-LED: Ideal for automotive, outdoor, entertainment, retail, and decorative lighting applications, the Multi-String LED Lighting design implements independent multi-string LED lighting with high resolution dimming. The LED driver consists of a microcontroller-controlled DC/DC Sepic Power stage and eight independently dimmable LED strings complete with overcurrent and overvoltage protection.
  • Buck, Linear (5V @ 3A) for Fleet Management
    PMP2807.1: This is a 4.2V,2A lithium battery charging system off the wide 7V to 42V automotive range. TPS40200 plus external FET switcher provides 5V @ 3A. BQ24070 is the battery charger. TPS64203 switcher plus external FET each used to provide 3.3V and 1.8V. TPS73033 and TPS73018 linear regulators provide low noise 3.3V and 1.8V outputs.
  • Industrial Servo Drive and AC Inverter Drive Reference Design
    TIDM-SERVODRIVE: The DesignDRIVE Development Kit is a reference design for a complete industrial drive directly connecting to a three phase ACI or PMSM motor. Many drive topologies can be created from the combined control, power and communications technologies included on this single platform. Includes multiple position sensor interfaces, diverse current sensing techniques, hot-side partitioning options and expansion for safety and industrial Ethernet.
  • TIDM-BIDIR-400-12 Bidirectional 400V-12V DC/DC Converter Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-BIDIR-400-12: The Bidirectional 400V-12V DC/DC Converter Reference Design is a microcontroller-based implementation of an isolated bi-directional DC-DC converter. A phase shifted full-bridge (PSFB) with synchronous rectification controls power flow from a 400V bus/battery to the 12V battery in step-down mode, while a push-pull stage controls the reverse power flow from the low voltage battery to the high voltage bus/battery in boost mode. In this implementation closed loop control for both directions of power flow is implemented using Texas Instruments 32-bit microcontroller TMS320F28035, which is placed on the LV side. This digitally-controller system can implement advanced control strategies to optimally control the power stage under different conditions and also provide system level intelligence to make safe and seamless transitions between operation modes and PWM switching patterns.
  • C2000™ Solar DC/DC Converter with Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT)
    TIDM-SOLAR-DCDC: This design is a digitally-controlled, solar DC/DC converter with maximum power point tracking (MPPT), for use in central or string solar inverters. It is a companion to the TI Design TIDM-SOLAR-ONEPHINV, a grid-tied, single phase, DC/AC inverter. Together, the TIDM-SOLAR-DCDC and the TIDM-SOLAR-ONEPHINV comprise a complete solar inverter for central or string topologies. This solar DC/DC converter consists of a two-phase interleaved boost converter for MPPT and a resonant LLC converter with isolation. A C2000™ Piccolo™ TMS320F28035 microcontroller (MCU) is the digital controller for the complete DC/DC converter, executing high frequency control loops and maximum-power point tracking algorithms. This design achieves full-load efficiency of greater than 94 percent, which allows for more overall energy output from a solar installation and reduces detrimental heat generation in the converter.
  • TIDM-AC-LED-COM AC-mains LED Lighting with DALI DMX512 & Power Line Communications Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-AC-LED-COM: Ideal for outdoor, entertainment, and industrial lighting applications, this LED Lighting design provides high power and high efficiency illumination with built-in communications networking. The lighting unit consists of a 250W universal AC-input LED driver power supply and a demonstrational six-string LED lamp. Driving the LED’s with great power efficiency and electrical utilization, the LED driver power supply operates at greater than 90% power efficiency with 0.99 power factor (PF). Furthermore, to support system-networked lighting and remote connectivity, this power supply includes support for common lighting communications standards including Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI), DMX512, and Power Line Communications (PLC).
  • 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.
  • Multi-String RGB LED Lighting Driver based on C2000™ MCU
    TIDM-RGB-LED: Ideal for automotive, entertainment, retail, and decorative lighting applications, the Multi-String RGB LED Lighting design implements independent multi-string LED control with dimming and color mixing. The LED driver consists of 8 independent and digitally controlled DC/DC power converters driving 8 LED strings.
  • PMP2807 Buck, Linear (1.8V @ 200mA) for Fleet Management | TI.com
    PMP2807: This is a 4.2V,2A lithium battery charging system off the wide 7V to 42V automotive range. TPS40200 plus external FET switcher provides 5V @ 3A. BQ24070 is the battery charger. TPS64203 switcher plus external FET each used to provide 3.3V and 1.8V. TPS73033 and TPS73018 linear regulators provide low noise 3.3V and 1.8V outputs.
  • TIDM-BIOSIGNMONITOR Multi-Parameter Bio-Signal Monitor Reference Design For Personal Monitoring | TI.com
    TIDM-BIOSIGNMONITOR: The Multi-Parameter Bio-signal Monitor (MPBSM) is a proof-of-concept Evaluation Module (EVM) that is capable of measuring three of the four primary vital signs. The MPBSM proof of concept can directly measure Electrocardiogram (ECG), Galvanic Skin Response (GSR), and skin temperature. The MPBSM proof of concept can also indirectly measure heart rate, respiration rate, cadence, step count, and sweet-loss rate.

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