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4-channel precision switch designed for range of applications
The TMUX1111, TMUX1112, and TMUX1113 are precision complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) devices that have four independently selectable 1:1, single-pole, single-throw (SPST) switches. Wide operating supply of 1.08-5.5V allows for use in a broad array of applications from medical equipment to industrial systems. The device supports bidirectional analog and digital signals on the source (Sx) and drain (Dx) pins ranging from GND to VDD.
Ultrasound smart probe power supply reference design
Significant technological advancements and high degree of integration in Medical imaging, especially hand-held ultrasound smart probes, are pushing engineers to come up with highly-efficient, noise immune power solutions in a small size. This reference design documents end to end power and data solution for our high performance 128-channel Tx/64-channel Rx ultrasound smart probe solution with TX7332 transmit chip and AFE5832LP receive chip.
16A buck-boost converter features PPS control
The TPS55288 is a synchronous buck-boost converter optimised for converting battery voltage or adaptor voltage into power supply rails. The TPS55288 integrates two 16A MOSFETs of the boost leg to balance the solution size and efficiency for USB Power Delivery (USB PD) application.
16A buck-boost converter with PPS control
The TPS55288 is a synchronous buck-boost converter optimized for converting battery voltage or adaptor voltage into power supply rails. The TPS55288 integrates two 16-A MOSFETs of the boost leg to balance the solution size and efficiency for USB Power Delivery (USB PD) application.
SoundPlus features ultra-low noise and distortion
The OPA1656 is a Burr-Brown operational amplifier (op amp) designed specifically for audio and industrial applications, where maintaining signal fidelity is crucial. The FET-input architecture achieves a low 2.9-nV/√Hz voltage noise density and 6-fA/√Hz current noise density, allowing for very low noise performance in a wide variety of circuits.
MIOTY connectivity webinar with Texas Instruments
Join our webinar to learn what this new LPWAN standard is, and how it can help your business. MIOTY provides quality and scalability for worldwide Sub-1GHz communication. The webinar will discuss the benefit of using MIOTY compared to other LPWAN solutions. We will also present the wide range of applications that could benefit from MIOTY, including environmental sensors like temperature and air quality, and battery-powered flow meter sensors...
16V/3.6A fully-integrated synchronous boost converter
The TPS61372 is a full-integrated synchronous boost converter with the load disconnect built-in. The device supports output voltage up to 16V with a 3.8A current limit. The input voltage ranges from 2.5V to 5.5V supporting applications powered by a singlecell Lithium-ion battery or 5V bus.
Automotive transformer driver with soft start for power supplies
The SN6505x-Q1 is a low noise, low EMI push-pull transformer driver, specifically designed for small form factor, isolated power supplies. It drives low profile, center-tapped transformers from a 2.25 to 5VDC power supply. Very low noise and EMI are achieved by slew rate control of the output switch voltage and through Spread Spectrum Clocking (SSC).
USB PD controller with integrated power switches
The TPS65987D is a stand-alone USB Type-C and Power Delivery (PD) controller providing cable plug and orientation detection for a single USB Type-C connector. Upon cable detection, the TPS65987D communicates on the CC wire using the USB PD protocol.
How High-Voltage Isolation Technology Works
Want to understand how high-voltage isolation technology works? Watch and learn about TI's capacitive isolation structure. This video describes how TI's reinforced isolation technology works and takes a deeper dive into details on how the capacitors are structured.
Compact bias supply with power stage reference design
This reference design is a 4.2W, single-channel, automotive 12V battery input flyback bias supply for IGBT/SiC isolated gate drivers. The supply accepts a wide input range of 4.5V to 65VDC. The output is configurable as +15V,–8V or +20V, –4V at loads up to 180mA for driving the IGBT/SiC MOSFET power modules.
High-efficiency, 5kVRMS isolated DC/DC converter
UCC12050 is a DC/DC converter with 5-kVRMS reinforced isolation rating designed to provide efficient, isolated power to isolated circuits that require a bias supply with a well-regulated output voltage. The device integrates a transformer and DC/DC controller with a proprietary architecture to provide 500 mW (typical) of isolated power with high efficiency and low EMI.
Let’s talk about the future of automotive
There are few industrial markets undergoing a more rapid change and experiencing the impact of technological innovation, than the automotive sector. Whether it be ADAS, electric vehicles, V2V and V2X, power train, or battery management, applications for electronics technology within the humble car know no bounds. A team of experts from Texas Instruments’ automotive division recently assembled to discuss the latest trends in the market and t...
High accuracy battery monitor and protector for li-ion
The Texas Instruments BQ76952 is a highly integrated, high accuracy battery monitor and protector for 3-series to 16-series Li-Ion, Li-Polymer, and LiFePO4 battery packs. The device includes a high accuracy monitoring system, a highly configurable protection subsystem, and support for autonomous or host controlled cell balancing.
Sitara processor supports high level operating systems
The AM335x microprocessors, based on the ARM Cortex-A8 processor, are enhanced with image, graphics processing, peripherals and industrial interface options such as EtherCAT and PROFIBUS. The devices support high level operating systems (HLOS). Processor SDK Linux and TI-RTOS are available free of charge from TI.
2.4GHz wireless MCU with crystal-less BAW resonator
The SimpleLink CC2652RB device is the industry’s first multiprotocol 2.4GHz wireless crystal-less microcontroller (MCU) with integrated TI Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) resonator technology supporting Thread, Zigbee, Bluetooth 5.1 Low Energy, IEEE 802.15.4, IPv6-enabled smart objects (6LoWPAN), proprietary systems, including the TI 15.4-Stack (2.4 GHz).
High-accuracy, low-dropout precision voltage regulator
The TLV767 is a wide input linear voltage regulator supporting an input voltage range from 2.5 V to 16 V and up to 1 A of load current. The output range is from 0.8 V to 6.6 V or up to 13.6 V in the adjustable version. Additionally, the TLV767 has a 1% output accuracy that can meet the needs of low voltage microcontrollers (MCUs) and processors.
Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A8, 1Gb Ethernet, display
The AM335x microprocessors, based on the ARM Cortex-A8 processor, are enhanced with image, graphics processing, peripherals and industrial interface options such as EtherCAT and PROFIBUS. The devices support high-level operating systems (HLOS). Processor SDK Linux and TI-RTOS are available free of charge from TI.
Automotive 10A H-Bridge Motor Driver with Hardware Interface
The DRV8873 is an integrated driver for industrial and automotive applications. With 10A peak current capability and 4.5-38V voltage range, this device supports a wide range of applications. PH/EN or PWM interface allows simple interfacing to controller circuits while also allowing independent ½ bridge control to drive two solenoid loads.
How to achieve fast frequency hopping
Frequency hopping describes a method in which communication systems rapidly change their operating frequency for purposes specific to their application. Applications such as communications, radar and electronic warfare use frequency hopping in order to avoid interference or detection, or to detect cloaked signals.