Mouser now shipping TI TX75E16 transmitter

26th April 2024
Harry Fowle

Mouser has announced it is now stocking the TX75E16 16-channel five-level transmitter from Texas Instruments.

Designed for ultrasound imaging systems, the TX75E16 integrates on-chip floating power supplies to reduce the required number of high-voltage power supplies. The TX75E16 is a highly integrated, high-performance transmitter ideal for a range of applications, including non-destructive testing, SONAR, LIDAR, and marine navigation systems.

The Texas Instruments TX75E16 16-channel transmitter, now available at Mouser, features a pulser circuit that generates five-level high-voltage pulses (up to ±100V) that excite multiple channels of an ultrasound transducer. The TX75E16 transmitter supports a total of 16 outputs and offers a maximum output current of 2A. The TX75E16 integrates all the decoupling capacitors required for the floating supplies and internal bias voltages, which significantly reduces the required number of external capacitors. The device, specified for operation from 0°C to 70°C, is available in a 10 mm × 10 mm 144-pin FC-BGA package (ALH package). The on-chip beamformer enables long-duration patterns for Shear Wave imaging. To protect the device from damage due to improper configuration, an internal error flag register can detect faulty conditions and configure the device in shutdown mode automatically.

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