Automotive Power Reference Design for Low Power TDA3x Based Systems
TIDA-00530: This solution was designed to make an integrated, size-optimized power design for ADAS applications using the TDA3x SoC off of an automotive battery input. By targeting only applications with lower processing needs, we’re able to choose devices and components which are smaller, compared to systems utilizing higher performance processors.
SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3200 Module LaunchPad
TIDC-CC3200MODLAUNCHXL: The CC3200MODLAUNCHXL is a low-cost evaluation platform which hosts the CC3200MOD. The SimpleLink™ CC3200MOD is a wireless microcontroller (MCU) module that integrates an ARM® Cortex™-M4 based MCU, allowing customers to develop an entire application using a single device. The module LaunchPad also features programmable user buttons, RGB LED for custom applications, temperature and accelerometer sensors, as well as onboard emulation for debugging. The LaunchPad stackable headers interface demonstrates how to expand the functionality of the CC3200MOD when interfacing with other peripherals on existing BoosterPack add-on boards, such as graphical displays, audio codec, antenna selection, environmental sensing, and more.
USB-C DFP + 5V2A Power Bank With Input Fast Charger Reference Design
PMP11536: PMP11536 is a power bank reference design with a USB typc C DFP plus a USB type A port employing the boost mode of a Maxcharger. Fast charger input is also supported to save more charging time. It can detect the input port attach/detach events automatically, as well as the output ports.
24VDC 10A eFuse and Protection Circuit for Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
TIDA-00233: This sub system design shows an IC based implementation of over voltage, over current, reverse current, reverse polarity and miss wire protection which is more accurate, lower power and faster compared to fuses, PTCs and diodes. Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) I/O modules connected to a field power supply benefit from protection on the 24V field input connectors as power supply faults or miss wiring might damage or cause the module to not operate correctly.
iPad® Automotive Charger Reference Design
TIDA-IPAD-AUTOMOTIVE-CHARGER-REFERENCE-DESIGN: The reference design provides customers an extremely small form factor but still compliant to the iPad® charge current requirement of up to 2.1A at 5V. The switching buck, TPS54340, features switching frequency that is up to 2MHz which is above the audio band requirements. Customers can leverage the small form factor of this reference design and can provide USB charging capability at multiple space-constraint locations within the car. ESD protection on USB pins is provided via TPD2E001.
High Perf Single Ended to Diff Active Interface for High Speed ADC Developed by Dallas Logic Corp : Dallas Logic Corporation
TIDA-00294: This reference design uses the ADC34J22 12b 50Msps JESD204B data converter and the THS4541 fully differential amplifer to demonstrate how to design a high performance active interface for high speed ADCs. This type of circuit can be used in sensor front end, motor control, and test and measurement applications. The circuit model and derivation of the design equations is presented along with the actual implementation on a PCB. Results of this implementation are presented to show very similar performance as compared to a passive AC coupled transformer interface.