The Zoom AM18x eXperimenter Kit (EXP) is a low-cost application development kit for evaluating the functionality of Texas Instruments' energy-efficient AM1808 and AM1806 applications processors and Logic's System on Module (SOM).
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The TPS3808G01DBVEVM is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS3808G01 Low Quiescent Current, Programmable-Delay Supervisory Circuit IC in the DBV (195 x 200mm SOT-23) package.
The DRV8312-69M-KIT is an InstaSPIN-FOC and InstaSPIN-MOTION technology-based motor control evaluation kit for spinning three-phase brushless DC (BLDC) and brushless AC (BLAC) - or permanent magnet synchronous (PMSM) - motors. Utilizing Texas Instruments’ new InstaSPIN technology, the DRV8312-69M-KIT allows developers to quickly identify, automatically tune, and control a three phase motor, providing an “instantly” stable and functional motor control system.
This EVM features one of the following digital-to-analog converter (DACs); the DAC7574, DAC7571, DAC6564, DAC6571, DAC5574, DAC5571 and DAC8571. The board provides a quick and easy way to evaluate the functionality and performance of these high-resolution I2C-input DACs. Although the EVM supports seven DAC types, only the selected DAC and its associated components are installed to simplify configuration.
The DEM-OPA-MSOP-1A demonstration fixture helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of TI's single, wideband DC restoration circuit. This unpopulated PC board (PCB) is compatible with the OPA615 offered in the 10-lead MSOP (DGS) package.
The LM3489 is a high efficiency PFET switching regulator controller that can be used to quickly and easily develop a small, cost effective, switching buck regulator for a wide range of applications. The hysteretic control architecture provides for simple design without any control loop stability concerns using a wide variety of external components. The PFET architecture also allows for low component count as well as ultra-low dropout, and 100% duty cycle operation.
The DAC7562EVM is designed for the prototyping and evaluation of the DAC7562, DAC8162, DAC8562, DAC7563, DAC8163, or DAC8563 digital to analog converter. These 12/14/16-bit, reset to zero scale or midscale, string DACs are featured in a very small 10-pin QFN package and include an internal reference with very low temperature drift characteristics. The EVM gives access to every pin of the converter which enables the DACs serial interface header to easily attach to any host microprocessor or TI DSP base system.
The Texas Instruments TPS22965EVM-023 evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the performance of the TPS22965 Ultra-Low rON, 6A Load Switch with Controlled Turn On. The EVM allows the user to apply an input voltage (0.8V-5.5V) under different loading conditions (0A-6A). Output, input and switching waveforms can be monitored on the EVM.
The bq24352 evaluation module (EVM) is a complete charger module for evaluating a charger front-end protection and charger solution using the bq24352 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 bq24352 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 user’s guide describes the bq24090/1/2/3 evaluation module (EVM), how to perform a stand-alone evaluation or interface with a host or system. The charger is designed to deliver up to 1000mA of continuous current to the battery output when programmed with a resistor on the ISET pin and is programmed at the factory for ~540mA. The USB current limit modes are selected by the ISET2 pin and limits current to a maximum of 500mA (logic high) or 100mA (float or high impedance).
The TPS40322EVM-679 evaluation module (EVM) is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS40322 Dual Output or Two-phase Synchronous Buck Controller. The EVM is designed to use a regulated 8.0Vdc to 15.0Vdc bus to produce two high current, regulated outputs, one at 1.2Vdc and the other at 1.8Vdc. Both outputs are capable of sourcing up to 10A of load current.