The TLV320AIC3254EVM-K is a complete evaluation/demonstration kit for the TLV320AIC3254 audio codec. The kit includes a TLV320AIC3254EVM, and a USB-based motherboard called the USB-MODEVM Interface board. The TLV320AIC3254EVM-K software, the AIC3254 CS, is an intuitive, easy-to-use, powerful tool to learn, evaluate, and control the TLV320AIC3254.
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For use with a personal computer, the ADS1158EVM-PDK is available. This kit combines the ADS1158EVM board with the DSP-based MMB0 motherboard, and includes ADCPro™ software for evaluation. The MMB0 mother board allows the ADS1158EVM to be connected to the computer via an available USB port. The system's literature will show the use of the MMB0 as part of the ADS1158EVM-PDK, but does not provide technical detail on the MMB0 itself.
The LP5907 is a linear regulator capable of supplying 250 mA output current. Designed to meet the requirements of RF/Analog circuits, the LP5907 device provides low noise, high PSRR, low quiescent current, and low line/load transient response figures. Using new innovative design techniques the LP5907 offers class-leading noise performance without a noise bypass capacitor and the ability for remote output capacitor placement.
Actively reduces system-level power consumption by utilizing a continuous, real-time, closed-loop Adaptive Voltage Scaling (AVS) scheme. The LM10500 operates cooperatively with PowerWise® AVS compatible ASICs, SoCs, and processors to optimize supply voltages adaptively over process and temperature variations. The device is controlled via PowerWise Interface (PWI) 1.0 or PWI 2.0 high-speed serial interface.
The TPS2552/3DBVEVM and TPS2552/3DRVEVM are evaluation modules (EVM) for Texas Instruments’family of power-distribution switches with adjustable current-limit. These EVMs operate over a 2.5 V to 6.5 V range. An onboard jumper sets the output current-limit to either 0.5 A or 1 A.
The TPS61220EVM-319 facilitates evaluation of the TPS61220 low input voltage boost converter.
The THS4211EVM and THS4215EVM are designed to demonstrate the functionality and versatility of the device. There are three versions of the EVM: gains >+2/-1 with shutdown (THS4215EVM), gains >+2/-1 without shutdown (THS4211EVM), and noninverting unity gain configuration w/o shutdown(THS4211EVM-UG). The EVM is ready for power, input signal, and test instruments. Gain is adjustable by changing the feedback and gain resistors.
The TPS54329EVM-056 Evaluation Module (EVM) is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS54329 Synchronous Step-Down SWIFT™ Converter with D-CAP2 Mode. The EVM operates from a 4.5V to 18V input and provides a 1.05V output at 3A.
The DRV8835 evaluation module (EVM) demonstrates the capabilities and performance of the DRV8835 motor driver from Texas Instruments. User can control the DRV8835 with an external microcontroller via signal header connectors or use on-board switches for stand-alone operation.
The TPS72013EVM-307 facilitates evaluation of the TPS72013 IC in the chipscale packaging.
The bq2430x/1x evaluation module is a complete charger module for evaluating a charger front-end protection and charger solution using the bq2430x/1x and bq24080 devices. It is designed to deliver up to 200 mA (bq2430x) or 700 mA (bq2431x) of charge current to Li-ion or Li-polymer applications.