Digitally controlled power multiplexing and monitoring system
PMP5927: PMP5927 is an I2C controlled 1:7 Power Mux and Monitoring System for DC distribution systems from 9 to 80 V. It is well suited for distributing power to TMAs (Tower Mounted Antennas), LED Arrays, and other DC systems needing sequencing, circuit protection, and monitoring via an I2C interface. With the built in USB to I2C converter, the PMP5927 can be easily used with only a USB to Mini USB cable and the downloadable GUI.
Reference Design for Telecom Applications (24V @ 0.5A)
PMP4742.2: PMP4742.2 is a simple and efficient non synchronous boost converter. It boosts the input 12V to 24V at 150mA nominal, 500mA maximum. Its enable pin is driven by power good signal from the hot swap TPS2420.
Energy Harvesting LaunchPad BoosterPack for Brushed DC Motor Control Reference Design
TIDA-00616: The Energy Harvesting LaunchPad for Brushed DC Motor Control is designed for charging a Li-ion or Li-polymer battery with solar energy, and subsequently using a voltage regulator to provide secondary system power to a TI LaunchPad and any peripherals connected the LaunchPad. The BoosterPack is designed for low power and automation applications, using an on-board nano-timer and dual H-bridge motor drivers that have integrated MOSFETs with an extremely low 45mΩ Rds(on).
Reference Design for Telecom Applications (12V @ 1.1A)
PMP4742.1: PMP4742.1 comprises a negative input (-10.8V to -13.2V) to positive output (12V@1A average) inverting buck-boost converter with TPS40210; a hot swap circuit with TPS2420 quickly limits the output current to 2A peak.
Reference Design for Telecom Applications (3.3V @ 5A)
PMP4742.3: PMP4742.3 protects the 12Vin by means of hot swap controller (TPS2420) and feeds a TPS54620, syncronous buck converter, which generates 3.3V@3.7A. An INA210 reads the buck's current for monitoring purposes.