The bq24123EVM-002 provides a convenient method for evaluating the performance of a charge management solution for portable applications using the bq24123. The charger can deliver up to 2 A of continuous output current and is programmed from the factory to deliver 1.33 A of charging current. The only necessities to use the EVM are a power source (16 V max) and the battery to be charged.
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The TPS62150EVM-505 (HPA505-003) uses the TPS62150 adjustable version and is set to a 3.3-V output. The EVM operates with full-rated performance with an input voltage between 3.7 V and 17 V. The TPS62150 is a 1-A, synchronous, step-down converter in a 3x3-mm, 16-pin QFN package. Both fixed and adjustable output voltage units are available.
The bq24085/6/7 evaluation module (EVM) provides a convenient method for evaluating the performance of a charge management solution for portable applications using the bq24085/6/7 product family. The charger is designed to deliver up to 750 mA of continuous charge current for single-cell Li-Ion or Li-polymer applications using a DC power supply. The bq24085/6/7 series are highly integrated Li-Ion and Li-polymer linear chargers, targeted at space-limited portable applications.
The Texas Instruments BQ24170EVM-610-15V (-002) evaluation module helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of the bq24170 synchronous battery charger. The EVM is also called the HPA610 (-002). This EVM is optimized for a 12V or 15V input voltage and charges between 1 and 3 cell Li-Ion batteries
The LM34927 regulator features all of the functions needed to implement a low cost, efficient, isolated bias regulator. This high voltage regulator contains two 100V N-Channel MOSFET switches - a high-side buck switch and a low-side synchronous switch. The Constant-on-time (COT) control scheme employed in the LM34927 requires no loop compensation and provides excellent transient response.
The TPS54383EVM evaluation module (EVM) is a dual non-synchronous buck converter providing fixed 5.0 V and 3.3 V output at up to 2 A each from a 12 V input bus. The EVM is designed to start up from a single supply, so no additional bias voltage is required for start-up. The module uses the TPS54383 Dual Non-Synchronous Buck Converter with Integral High-Side FET. TPS54383EVM is designed to use a regulated 12 V (+10%#37; / -20%) bus to produce two regulated power rails, 5.0 V and 3.3 V at up to 2 A of load current each.
The bq24061EVM is an evaluation tool for the bq24061 linear single-cell Li-Ion charger with thermal regulation and input over-voltage protection. The EVM is a complete designed-and-tested charger circuit that allows the user to test all functions of the bq24061 and to charge a single-cell Li-Ion battery with up to 1 A of continuous charge current. The EVM comes with a pre-programmed charge current setting of 0.7 A.
The LP5560 is a programmable LED driver that can generate a variety of blinking sequences with up to three pulses of different length per sequence. Blinking sequences can be programmed through a single-wire interface. Programmable parameters include on and off times as well as rise and fall times. A default sequence is programmed into LP5560 to enable use of the device in simple systems without programming capabilities.
The DEM-VCA-MSOP-1A demonstration fixture helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of TI's high speed variable gain amplifiers. This unpopulated PC board is compatible with products offered in the 10-lead MSOP (DGS) package.
This user’s guide describes the bq24072/3/4/5/9(T) and bq24230/2 (bqTiny-III™) evaluation module (EVM). The EVM provides a convenient method for evaluating the performance of a charge management and system power solution for portable applications using the bq24072/3/4/5/9(T) and bq24230/2 product families. A completely designed and tested module is presented.
This versatile MSP430 Experimenter Board features a MSP430F2013 and a MSP430FG4618 and is compatible with TI’s wireless evaluation modules. Two JTAG headers are accessible to program and debug each MSP430 individually and allows for communication to external devices or between the two MSP430s. Power may be supplied over the USB FET or from the included AAA batteries.