PMP10099: This reference design is a power solution for reverse-powered telecom applications. Up to eight isolated inputs provide one common output; the load is shared equally between all active converters.
TIDA-00111: This bipolar stepper motor system implements an MSP430, a DRV8818, and a NEMA 23 motor. It's suitable for applications requiring up to 140 oz-in of torque, and up to 800 RPM. Motor voltage support is 8V to 35V, and max current is 2.5A. A multitude of configuration options allow fine tuning of the current waveform, including the regulated current level, the microstepping applied, H-bridge FET states during current decay, the time interval of current decay, and current deglitch time. The motor drive stage has integrated protection from short-circuit, shoot-through, under-voltage, and over-temperature.