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Paving the way for power management

Paving the way for power management
As our world becomes increasingly reliant on technology, the demand for power will only continue to increase. Following a vibrant APEC 2019, held in California in March, Electronic Specifier Editor Joe Bush caught up with Anoop Chadaga, Product Marketing Manager, Texas Instruments, to find out what the company’s focus was at the show.
18th April 2019

AC/DC linear regulator achieves huge increase in efficiency

AC/DC linear regulator achieves huge increase in efficiency
The broad portfolio of over 500 linear regulators has been expanded by Texas Instruments (TI), by introducing a first-of-its-kind smart AC/DC linear regulator. With 75% higher efficiency and two times the power density of other linear regulators, this device achieves balance between high efficiency and ultra-low noise while shrinking power-supply size.
18th April 2019

Enabling the next-generation of industrial robots

Control position, torque and speed of the synchronised axis within your robot, CNC, and servo drive control module systems in harsh industrial environments with hard real time communication and high EMC immunity.
9th April 2019


BAW resonator technology to shrink BOM

BAW resonator technology to shrink BOM
A new bulk acoustic wave (BAW)-based embedded processing and analog chips for the next generation of connectivity and communications infrastructure has been announced by Texas Instruments (TI). The first two devices developed with TI BAW technology are the SimpleLink CC2652RB wireless microcontroller (MCU) and the LMK05318 network synchroniser clock.
3rd April 2019

How to design longer-lasting 13S, 48V lithium-ion battery packs

Watch this video from Texas Instruments and learn how to design longer-lasting 13S, 48V lithium-ion battery packs for e-bikes and e-scooters.
2nd April 2019

Three-level SiC AC-to-DC converter reference design

Three-level SiC AC-to-DC converter reference design
This reference design from Texas Instruments provides an overview on how to implement a three-level, three-phase, SiC-based AC/DC converter with bi-directional functionality. A high switching frequency of 50 kHz reduces the size of magnetics for the filter design and as a result a higher power density. 
25th March 2019

Nanopower high-input voltage supervisor with manual reset

Nanopower high-input voltage supervisor with manual reset
From Texas Instruments, the TPS3840 family of voltage supervisors or reset ICs can operate at high voltage levels while maintaining very low quiescent current across the whole VDD and temperature range. TPS3840 offers best combination of low power consumption, high accuracy and low propagation delay (tp_HL= 30 µs typical).
25th March 2019

Integrated power supply combines converter with shielded inductor

Integrated power supply combines converter with shielded inductor
The TPSM84209 power module from Texas Instruments is an easy-to-use integrated power supply that combines a 2.5-A DC/DC converter with a shielded inductor and passives into a low-profile QFN package. This total power solution allows as few as four external components while maintaining an ability to adjust key parameters to meet specific design requirements.
25th March 2019

Easy to use portfolio of Simple Switcher converters

Easy to use portfolio of Simple Switcher converters
The SIMPLE SWITCHER portfolio of DC/DC switching converters from Texas Instruments, features easy-to-use devices that can handle input voltages as high as 60V and output current of up to five amps. Each SIMPLE SWITCHER converter IC is defined, designed, and developed in an effort to simplify DC/DC power supply design and help get our customers to market faster.
25th March 2019

Network synchroniser clock with two frequency domains

Network synchroniser clock with two frequency domains
The LMK05318 from Texas Instruments is a high-performance network synchroniser clock device that provides jitter cleaning, clock generation, advanced clock monitoring, and superior hitless switching performance to meet the stringent timing requirements of communications infrastructure and industrial applications.
25th March 2019

Ultra-low jitter single channel network synchroniser clock

Ultra-low jitter single channel network synchroniser clock
The LMK05318 from Texas Instruments is a high-performance network synchroniser clock device that provides jitter cleaning, clock generation, advanced clock monitoring, and superior hitless switching performance to meet the stringent timing requirements of communications infrastructure and industrial applications.
25th March 2019

Improving power efficiency in dual-battery power supplies

Watch this video from Texas Instruments to learn more about improving power efficiency in dual-battery 12V/48V mHEV power supplies.
25th March 2019

Isolated gate driver is a pin-to-pin upgrade to optocouplers

In this video, you will learn about TI's new isolated gate driver that is a pin-to-pin upgrade to optocouplers providing longer system lifetime and a high CMTI rating.
22nd March 2019

Isolated gate driver with fast protection and integrated sensing

Learn about TI's newest isolated gate driver with fast protection and integrated sensing to ensure a more reliable and efficient design.
21st March 2019

Optimising solution size and reducing complexity in power supplies

The development of AEC-Q100 switching power supplies with wider input voltage ranges and battery-friendly features is being catalysed by the increasing prevalence of hybrid electric vehicles.
19th March 2019

Support for current sense amplifiers

Support for current sense amplifiers
Designing accurate current-measurement circuits can be hard. The 'Using Current Sense Amplifiers to Solve Today’s Current Sensing Design Challenges' e-book from Texas Instruments removes the guesswork, empowering engineers to solve today’s current sensing design challenges. 
15th March 2019

Quad channel output current sense amplifier

Quad channel output current sense amplifier
The INA180, INA2180, and INA4180 (INAx180) current sense amplifiers from Texas Instruments are designed for cost-optimised applications. These devices are part of a family of current-sense amplifiers (also called current-shunt monitors) that sense voltage drops across current-sense resistors at common-mode voltages from -0.2 to +26V, independent of the supply voltage. 
15th March 2019

High immunity gigabit Ethernet PHY with copper and fibre interface

High immunity gigabit Ethernet PHY with copper and fibre interface
The DP83869HM device from Texas Instruments is a robust, fully-featured Gigabit Physical Layer (PHY) transceiver with integrated PMD sublayers that supports 10BASE-Te, 100BASE-TX and 1000BASE-T Ethernet protocols. The DP83869 also supports 1000BASE-X and 100BASE-FX Fibre protocols. 
15th March 2019

Low power Ethernet physical layer transceiver

Low power Ethernet physical layer transceiver
The DP83825I from Texas Instruments is the smallest form factor, lowest power Ethernet Physical Layer transceiver with integrated PMD sublayers to support 10BASE-Te, 100BASE-TX Ethernet protocols. The DP83825I interfaces directly to twisted pair media via an external transformer. It interfaces to the MAC layer through Reduced MII (RMII) both in Master and Slave mode. 
15th March 2019

SiC MOSFETs save energy and protect high voltage systems

SiC MOSFETs save energy and protect high voltage systems
Texas Instruments has introduced several new isolated gate drivers that provide unparalleled levels of monitoring and protection for high voltage systems. The UCC21710-Q1 and UCC21732-Q1 and UCC21750 enable designers to create smaller, more efficient and higher performing designs in traction inverters, onboard chargers, solar inverters and motor drives.
15th March 2019


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