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360W Digital Controlled Phase Shift Full Bridge converter
TIDA-00412: DC-DC power converter with digital control using UCD3138CC64EVM-030 daughter-card. The daughter-card with preloaded firmware providing the required control functions for a Phase Shift Full Bridge converter. The TIDA-00412 (UCD3138PSFBEVM-027) accepts a DC input from 370 to 400 VDC, and outputs a typical 12 VDC with full-load output power at 360 W, or full output current of 30 A.
Buck Converter with Minimum Component Count to Drive LEDs (11.3V @ 400mA)
PMP2493.4: The TPS40200 controller can be used as a low-cost LED driver. With an input voltage rating of 4.5 to 52 V, it can power LED strings with regulated current and up to a 45 V drop across the string. Current is sensed across a resistor between the cathode of the string and ground and is compared against a 696 mV reference to provide regulated current. Because the driver is a buck and not a boost or flyback, an open string will not produce voltages above the input voltage and over-voltage protection is not needed. The driver can operate in either the continuous or discontinuous mode. For output voltages above 35 V the discontinuous mode is needed due to duty cycle limitation above 35 V. The circuit shown has a Pulse Width Modulator (PWM) input for dimming purposes. Targeted current can be set with jumpers.
Buck Converter with Minimum Component Count to Drive LEDs (21.5V @ 450mA)
PMP2493.3: The TPS40200 controller can be used as a low-cost LED driver. With an input voltage rating of 4.5 to 52 V, it can power LED strings with regulated current and up to a 45 V drop across the string. Current is sensed across a resistor between the cathode of the string and ground and is compared against a 696 mV reference to provide regulated current. Because the driver is a buck and not a boost or flyback, an open string will not produce voltages above the input voltage and over-voltage protection is not needed. The driver can operate in either the continuous or discontinuous mode. For output voltages above 35 V the discontinuous mode is needed due to duty cycle limitation above 35 V. The circuit shown has a Pulse Width Modulator (PWM) input for dimming purposes. Targeted current can be set with jumpers.
Dual-channel XAUI to SFI Reference Design for Systems with Two or More SFP+ Optical Ports
TIDA-00234: The TIDA-00234 XAUI to SFI reference design is intended for Enterprise and Service Provider Networking applications like Ethernet Switches and Routers that implement multiple 10G Ethernet compliant Optical (SFP+) ports. This reference design features the TLK10232 device which is the most compact Dual-channel XAUI-to-SFI Transceiver with the lowest power consumption in its category. This reference design allows access to the high-speed signals (up to 10Gbps) generated by the TLK10232 via SMA connectors or an SFP+ Module via the SFP+ optical module cage. Also, featured is the CDCM6208 device that can provide extremely low-jitter Clock input to the TLK10232 in customer systems that do not have one available (or does not meet the jitter requirement of the system).
DisplayPort Video 4:1 Aggregation Reference Design
TIDA-00309: This verified reference design is a complete four channel DisplayPort aggregation and de-aggregation solution. One TLK10022 is used to aggregate four synchronous DisplayPort (DP) sources together into one 10.8 Gbps serial link. The serial data is transferred via copper or optical fiber where a second TLK10022 is used to de-aggregate and seamlessly redisplay the original video content.
Universal LED driver
PMP2587: Universal DC/DC LED driver (buck) with dimming pulse generator for three LEDs up to 700mA
Buck Converter with Minimum Component Count to Drive LEDs (19V @ 280mA)
PMP2493.2: The TPS40200 controller can be used as a low-cost LED driver. With an input voltage rating of 4.5 to 52 V, it can power LED strings with regulated current and up to a 45 V drop across the string. Current is sensed across a resistor between the cathode of the string and ground and is compared against a 696 mV reference to provide regulated current. Because the driver is a buck and not a boost or flyback, an open string will not produce voltages above the input voltage and over-voltage protection is not needed. The driver can operate in either the continuous or discontinuous mode. For output voltages above 35 V the discontinuous mode is needed due to duty cycle limitation above 35 V. The circuit shown has a Pulse Width Modulator (PWM) input for dimming purposes. Targeted current can be set with jumpers.
Buck Converter with Minimum Component Count to Drive LEDs (21.5V @ 450mA) - PMP2493.3 - TI Tool Folder
PMP2493: The TPS40200 controller can be used as a low-cost LED driver. With an input voltage rating of 4.5 to 52 V, it can power LED strings with regulated current and up to a 45 V drop across the string. Current is sensed across a resistor between the cathode of the string and ground and is compared against a 696 mV reference to provide regulated current. Because the driver is a buck and not a boost or flyback, an open string will not produce voltages above the input voltage and over-voltage protection is not needed. The driver can operate in either the continuous or discontinuous mode. For output voltages above 35 V the discontinuous mode is needed due to duty cycle limitation above 35 V. The circuit shown has a Pulse Width Modulator (PWM) input for dimming purposes. Targeted current can be set with jumpers.
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