The TPA2014D1 is a 1.5 W, Class-D amplifier with built-in boost converter. It drives up to 1.5 W (10% THD + N) into a 8-W speaker from low supply voltages. The TPA2014D1 audio power amplifier evaluation module(EVM) is a complete, stand-alone audio board. It contains the TPA2014D1 QFN (RGP) Class-D audio power amplifier with an integrated boost converter. All components and the EVM are Pb-free.
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The Texas Instruments LMP8480/81 evaluation module (EVM) helps designers quickly evaluate the operation and performance of the LMP8480/81 76 V Precision High Side Current Sense Amplifier. The EVM is ready to connect to power, load, and test instruments through the use of on-board terminals. The EVM contains one LMP8480 or LMP8481 high side evaluation circuit. The EVM’s come pre-assembled with the LMP8480/81 device, 0.1O sense resistor, bypass capacitor and connection terminals installed.
The Texas Instruments TPS43332EVM evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of the TPS43332 Low Iq, Single Boost, Dual Synchronous Buck Controller.
The LP5522 is a simple single wire programmable LED controller in six bump micro SMD package. It provides constant current flow through high side driver. Output current can be set from 1mA to 20mA by using an external resistor on the ISET pin. If no external resistor is used, output current is set to 5mA default current. The LP5522 is controlled using only one signal. The signal controls either directly the LED driver or it launches previously programmed blinking sequence.
There are three switches on the evaluation board. SW1 and SW2 provide the designer with the flexibility of evaluating the performance of the UCC3918 when residing on either the system backplane or on an adapter card. Closing SW1 after SW2 simulates an application where the UCC3918 resides on a plug-in adapter card. Closing SW1 prior to SW2 simulates an application where the UCC3918 resides on the system backplane. SW3 provides a shutdown input to disable the IC.
The TLV71318PEVM-171 evaluation module (EVM) is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TLV71318P 150mA, Low IQ, High PSRR Low-Dropout Regulator for portable applications. The EVM contains header connectors for easy connection to external test and application circuitry.
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).
The CDCEl925PERF-Evaluation Module will help to verify the functionality and performance of CDCEL925 with the options of crystal and 1.8 V LVCMOS inputs. The outputs can be connected to the Oscilloscope directly with SMA cables.
The ADS8361EVM uses a circuit board designated ADS78-8361EVM. This EVM board will accept either the ADS7861 (12bit) or the ADS8361 (16bit) ADC. The ADS7861 operates from 5 volts to supply AVdd & DVdd, while the ADS8361 operates from 2.7V to 3.6V to supply AVdd & DVdd.
The TPS23756EVM contains evaluation and reference circuitry for the TPS23756. The TPS23756 integrates a powered-device (PD) controller and power-supply controller targeted at high-power, wide input range, isolated converter topologies. The TPS23756 is compliant with the IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet (PoE) standard.
The ADS6244 EVM is a circuit board that allows designers to evaluate the performance of Texas Instruments‘ ADS6244 device, a dual channel 14-bit 105 MSPS analog to digital converter. The ADC features a configurable serialized LVDS outputs which can be directly deserialized using TI‘s companion TSW1400EVM or TSW1405EVM High Speed LVDS Deserializer System.