The BQ24133EVM-715-15V (-002) assists users in evaluating the bq24133 synchronous battery charger. The bq24133 is highly integrated stand-alone Li-ion and Li-polymer switch-mode battery charge controllers with two integrated N-channel power MOSFETs and power path selector gate driver. It offers a constant-frequency synchronous PWM controller with high accuracy regulation of input current, charge current and voltage.
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The Texas Instruments XIO3130 EVM is a functional implementation of a four-port PCIe-to-PCIe switch. The XIO3130 EVM was designed to allow validation of three separate functional modes. In normal mode the EVM is configures as a generic PCI Express switch. In Hot Plug modedownstream ports 1 and 2 are configured as Hot Pluggable slots. In ExpressCard mode all three downstream ports are configured to support the ExpressCard adapter board. The different functional modes will be discussed later in this document.
The C2000 Experimenter Kits from Texas Instruments are ideal products for OEMs to use for initial device exploration and testing. The Piccolo Experimenter Kit has a docking station that features on board USB JTAG emulation, access to all controlCARD signals, breadboard areas and RS-232 and JTAG connectors. Each kit contains a 28035 controlCARD.
The bq24350 evaluation module (EVM) is a complete charger module for evaluating a charger front-end protection and charger solution using the bq24350 and bq2057C devices. It is designed to deliver up to 560 mA of charge current to Li-ion or Li-polymer applications. The charger front-end protection current is designed to 1.2 A. The bq24350 protects the charging system against three types of failures: input overvoltage when the ac adapter fails to regulate its voltage, load overcurrent when failures such as a short circuit occur in the charging system, and battery overcharge.
The -48 V TPS2391 hot swap EVM contains all the components needed to implement a complete telecom hot swap interface. In addition, it contains some additional components and PCB patterns to facilitate evaluation of the device.
The TAS5713EVM evaluation module demonstrates the TAS5713 device from Texas Instruments. The TAS5713 combines a high-performance PWM processor with a class-D audio power amplifier. This EVM can be configured with two bridge-tied loads (BTL) (2.0).
The DRV8844 evaluation module (EVM) demonstrates the capabilities and performance of the DRV8844 motor driver from Texas Instruments.
The Texas Instruments TPS53015EVM-126 evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the performance of the TPS53015 synchronous step-down controller with power good. The EVM is designed to use an 8V to 22V voltage rail to produce a regulated 1.05V output with up to 8A load current. The EVM demonstrates the TPS53015 in a typical point-of-load (POL) application.
The LP38501TJ-ADJ is a 3A Low-Dropout (LDO) linear regulator in the thin TO-263 package which has an adjustable output voltage (set by external resistors).
The TPS65011EVM-049 is an evaluation tool for the TPS65011 integrated power and battery management IC. The TPS65011 comes in 7x7 mm2 QFN-48 package and is suitable for applications that are powered with one Li-Ion or Li-Polymer battery cell and require multiple power rails. The TPS65011 contains two highly efficient switching step-down converters, two low-dropout regulators, a battery charger, and additional status and I/O pins. The device is controlled via an I2C interface.
The Texas Instruments BQ24170EVM-610-5V (-001) evaluation module helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of the bq24170 synchronous battery charger. The EVM is also called the HPA610 (-001). This EVM is optimized for a 5V input voltage and charges a single cell 4.2V Li-ion battery. The bq24170 is a highly integrated stand-alone Li-ion and Li-polymer switch-mode battery charge controllers with two integrated N-channel power MOSFETs and power path selector gate driver.