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System basis chip with integrated CAN FD controller and transceiver

System basis chip with integrated CAN FD controller and transceiver
Texas Instruments has introduced an automotive system basis chip that is, according to the company, the industry’s first to integrate a controller and transceiver for Controller Area Network with Flexible Data Rate (CAN FD). Designed to meet the high bandwidth and data rate flexibility needs of in-vehicle networks, the TCAN4550-Q1 uses the SPI bus of almost any microcontroller to implement, with minimal hardware changes, a CAN FD interface or increase the amount of CAN FD bus ports in a system.
13th June 2019

Smart driving: how electrification drives cars farther

In this video, TI's electrification experts are coming together to talk about what it takes to design hybrid and electric vehicles, from smart battery management to efficient traction motor control.
11th June 2019

Field transmitter and process sensors reference designs

Learn about Texas Instruments industrial reference designs targeted for field transmitter and process sensor applications, elaborating on design solutions for Interface, Analogue frond-end, HMI and Power.
10th June 2019


How to power a 24V EPOS printer from USB Type-C

As of today, most EPOS printers and peripherals require one cable for communication and one for power.
10th June 2019

Innovation in factory automation and robotics

Innovation in factory automation and robotics
Electronic Specifier’s Joe Bush caught up with Matthieu Chevrier, Systems and Application Manager, Texas Instruments (TI), to find out the role the company’s solutions are playing in helping to shape the factories of tomorrow. The catch-22 scenario for manufacturing is that times to market are shrinking, yet design complexity is increasing rapidly. Therefore, there are a number of emerging trends that are driving industrial processing. These are listed below.
3rd June 2019

TI Precision Labs - Introduction to hall effect position sensing

This video introduces Hall Effect, permanent magnets and various magnetic properties.
30th May 2019

TI Precision Labs - Magnetic sensors: Magnetic field calculator

In this video, you will learn about TI’s magnetic field calculator, which was created to help customers calculate magnetic flux density and select the right sensitivity option for their system.
29th May 2019

Twelve bit ADC meets demanding T&M requirements

Twelve bit ADC meets demanding T&M requirements
It has been announce that Texas Instruments has introduced a new ultra-high-speed analogue-to-digital converter (ADC) with a wide bandwidth, fast sampling rate and low power consumption. The ADC12DJ5200RF helps engineers achieve high measurement accuracy for 5G testing applications and oscilloscopes, and direct X-band sampling for radar applications.
28th May 2019

Bandwidth vs. power tradeoffs in hall effect position sensors

Some applications, especially those that are battery-powered, require Hall sensors with low power consumption.
23rd May 2019

Synchronous buck DC-DC converter with ultra-low IQ

Synchronous buck DC-DC converter with ultra-low IQ
The LM5164 synchronous buck converter from Texas Instruments is designed to regulate over a wide input voltage range, minimising the need for external surge suppression components. A minimum controllable on-time of 50ns facilitates large step-down conversion ratios, enabling the direct step-down from a 48V nominal input to low-voltage rails for reduced system complexity and solution cost. 
20th May 2019

Primary-side regulated flyback converter with high efficiency

Primary-side regulated flyback converter with high efficiency
The LM5180 from Texas Instruments is a primary-side regulated (PSR) flyback converter with high efficiency over a wide input voltage range of 4.5 to 65V. The isolated output voltage is sampled from the primary-side flyback voltage, eliminating the need for an optocoupler, voltage reference, or third winding from the transformer for output voltage regulation. 
20th May 2019

Nanopower high-input voltage supervisor with manual reset

Nanopower high-input voltage supervisor with manual reset
The TPS3840 from Texas Instruments is a nanopower high-input voltage supervisor with manual reset and programmable reset time delay. Wide Vin allows monitoring nine volt rails or batteries without external components and 24V rails with external resistors. Nano-Iq extends battery life for low power applications and minimises current consumption when using external resistors. 
20th May 2019

Buck current regulator with integrated MOSFET for LED lighting

Buck current regulator with integrated MOSFET for LED lighting
The TPS92512/HV from Texas Instruments are 2.5A step-down (buck) current regulators with an integrated MOSFET to drive high current LEDs. Available with 42 and 60V (HV) input ranges, these LED drivers operate at a user selected fixed-frequency with peak-current mode control and deliver excellent line and load regulation.
20th May 2019

Three-phase GaN inverter reference design for integrated drives

Three-phase GaN inverter reference design for integrated drives
This reference design is a three-phase inverter with a continuous power rating of 1.25kW at 50°C ambient and 550W at 85°C ambient for driving 200V AC servo motors. It features 600V LMG3411R150 Gallium Nitride (GaN) power modules with an integrated FET and gate driver mounted on an 1.95mm Insulated Metal Substrate (IMS) board for efficient heat dissipation.
20th May 2019

Solution enables USB Type-C to connect to HDMI 2.0

Solution enables USB Type-C to connect to HDMI 2.0
The TIDA-03027 reference design from Texas Instruments represents a multiport adapter solution that enables products with a USB Type-C interface to connect to HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.0 Type-A interfaces. It also includes an additional USB Type-C full feature receptacle, which allows the user to simultaneously connect USB Type-C chargers (up to 20V / 3A) or devices. 
20th May 2019

Virtual engine sound system (VESS) reference designs

Virtual engine sound system (VESS) reference designs
  The integrated circuits and reference designs from Texas Instruments will help you create VESS designs, also known as an acoustic vehicle alerting system (AVAS), that allow you to meet government regulations and decrease your time to market.
17th May 2019

Training for current sense amplifiers

Training for current sense amplifiers
Designing accurate current-measurement circuits can be hard. The Simplifying Current Sensing e-book from Texas Instruments removes the guesswork, empowering engineers to solve today’s current sensing design challenges. This e-book includes 20 proven tips to simplify your current sense amplifier design, including out-of-range measurements, switching systems and signal chain integration.
17th May 2019

H-bridge motor driver with current sense output

H-bridge motor driver with current sense output
The DRV8873 device from Texas Instruments is an integrated driver IC for driving a brushed DC motor in industrial applications. Two logic inputs control the H-bridge driver, which consists of four N-channel MOSFETs that drive motors bi-directionally with up to ten amp peak current. The device operates from a single power supply and supports a wide input supply range from 4.5 to 38V.
17th May 2019

Ten amp H-bridge motor driver with integrated current sensing

Ten amp H-bridge motor driver with integrated current sensing
The DRV8873 device from Texas Instruments is an integrated driver IC for driving a brushed DC motor in industrial applications. Two logic inputs control the H-bridge driver, which consists of four N-channel MOSFETs that drive motors bi-directionally with up to ten amp peak current. The device operates from a single power supply and supports a wide input supply range from 4.5 to 38V.
17th May 2019

Online classroom for integrating FPD-Link technology

Online classroom for integrating FPD-Link technology
FPD-Link Learning Center from Texas Instruments is a comprehensive online classroom for system designers integrating FPD-Link serialiser/deserialiser technology into their ADAS or Infotainment applications. The on-demand curriculum offers subject matter, from basics to advanced, to widen the technical knowledge of experienced engineers as well as assist those who are just starting to design with FPD-Link serialisers and deserialisers.
17th May 2019


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