This Evaluation Module (EVM) facilitates the experimental testing of the Texas Instruments SN65LVDS16 Repeater/Translator silicon device. This device accepts low-voltage PECL input levels and Translates them to LVDS output levels as defined by TIA/EIA-644-A standard. This device operates at clock rates up to 2.0 GHz at either 3.3 V or 2.5 V supply operation, with less than 23 ps of total jitter.
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The TPS54622EVM-012 is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS54622 Synchronous Step Down SWIFT™ Converter with Hiccup Overcurrent Protection. The TPS54622EVM-012 operates from a 8V to 17V input and provides a 3.3V output at 6A.
The CDCLVC1104 is a high-performance, low-additive phase noise LVCMOS clock buffer. It has one LVCMOS input and four LVCMOS outputs. It also has an enable pin. This evaluation module (EVM) is designed to demonstrate the electrical performance of the CDCLVC1104. However, this EVM can also be used for customers interested in the CDCLVC1102 or CDCLVC1103 as well. For optimum performance, the board is equipped with 50-ohm SMA connectors and well-controlled 50-ohm impedance microstrip transmission lines.
The DACxx68 EVM is an evaluation module designed for the prototyping and evaluation of the DAC7568, DAC8168 and DAC8568 digital to analog converters (DAC). These 12 to 16-bit, eight channel string DACs operate with a high speed serial clock (up to 50MHz) and offer excellent performance with ultra low power consumption. These devices are pin-compatible offering an easy upgrade path from 12-bit to 14- and 16-bit resolution.
The ADS7866EVM is a full-featured reference design, prototype, and software platform for the ADS7866ADC. The reference design feature contains essential circuitry to show case the A/D converter. It gives the ability to change the input components to use different input frequencies.
The DRV10866EVM (evaluation module) provides a cost effective, low voltage, sensorless-solution for running a 3-phase BLDC motor in 150 degree trapezoidal commutation.
The TPS2554EVM-010 is an evaluation module (EVM) for Texas Instruments TPS2554DRC and TPS2555DRC precision adjustable, current-limited power-distribution switches. This EVM operates over a 4.5 V to 5.5 V range. An onboard jumper sets the output current-limit to either 1.2 A or 2.4 A.
The TAS5142DDV6EVM2 PurePath Digital™ customer evaluation module demonstrates the integrated circuits TAS5142DDV and TAS5086DBT from Texas Instruments (TI). The TAS5142DDV is a high-performance, integrated stereo digital amplifier power stage designed to drive 4 Ù speakers at up to 100 W per channel. The device incorporates TI's Equibit Digital™ technology and is designed to be used with TI's Equibit modulators.
The THS7314EVM is designed to demonstrate the functionality and versatility of the device. The EVM is ready for power, signal source, and test instruments. The EVM is configured with a 75 ohm input and output termination.
The TMS570LS04x Hercules Development Kit is ideal for getting started on development with the TMS570LS04x/03x Hercules safety microcontrollers. The development board features an on board XDS100v2 JTAG emulator, two CAN transceivers, and access to all peripheral pins. The kit is comprised of a development board, a DC power supply, a mini-B USB cable and software installation DVDs that includes Code Composer Studio IDE, HALCoGen, nowFlash, demo software and code examples.
The CDCLVP1208 is a high-performance, low additive phase noise clock buffer. It has two universal input buffers that support either single-ended or differential clock inputs, selectable through a control pin. The device also features on-chip bias generators that can provide the LVPECL common-mode voltage to the device inputs.