The TPA2016D2 is a stereo, filter-free Class-D audio power amplifier with automatic gain control (AGC), dynamic range compression(DRC) and I2C digital volume control. The AGC and DRC functions enhance the perceived audio loudness, and at the same time prevent speaker damage from overdrive. TheTPA2016D2 has independent software shutdown control for each channel and a 30-step volume control.
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The Texas Instruments TPS54821EVM-049 evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the TPS54821 Synchronous Step-Down SWIFT Converter with Hiccup Overcurrent Protection. The EVM accepts an 8V to 17V input and provides a 3.3V output at 8A. Terminal blocks are provided for input and output voltages.
The TPS62730EVM-726 evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of the TPS62730 step-down converter. The user’s guide describes the TPS62730 evaluation module, how to perform a stand-alone evaluation or interface with a host or system. The converter is designed to deliver up to 100 mA of continuous current to the output.
The TLV62065EVM-719 is a fully assembled and tested platform for evaluating the performance of the TLV62065 2.0-A step-down converter. The user’s guide document includes schematic diagrams, printed circuit board (PCB) layout, bill of materials, and test data. Throughout this document, the abbreviations EVM, TLV62065EVM, and the term evaluation module are synonymous with the TLV62065EVM-719 unless otherwise noted.
The bq27531 evaluation module (EVM) has a bq27531-G1 gas gauge that directly communicates with bq24192 single-cell, Li-Ion battery charger via I2C. This complete battery charging solution does not require a micro-controller or processor to facilitate communication between the charger and gauge. The pre-programmed gauge controls the charging profile based on data from the battery. The EVM facilitates evaluation of this optimized, stand-alone charging solution.
The TPS61040EVM-002 is an evaluation tool for the SOT-23 TPS61040 inductive boost converter which can supply voltages up to 28V from input voltages in the range of 1.8V to 6V.
The BUF08832EVM key hardware consists of two boards, BUF08832 Test Board and USB DIG Platform. The BUF08832 Test Board contains the BUF08832, terminal strips for external connections, and several jumpers for device configurations. The USB DIG Platform contains an 8052 microcontroller with a built in USB interface. The microcontroller generates the I2C signals necessary to communicate with the INA219. The USB DIG Platform also contains, a 3V/5V programmable linear regulator, a switch for power control, general purpose digital I/O and an SPI interface.
The bq24001RGWEVM is an evaluation tool for the 5mm by 5mm MLP-20 bq24001 linear single-cell Li-Ion charger with integrated FET. The EVM is a complete designed-and-tested charger circuit that allows to test all functions of the bq24001 and to charge a single-cell Li-Ion battery with up to 1.0 A of continuous charge current. To evaluate other devices of the bq2400x family please refer to the respective EVMs.
The TPS53313EVM-078 evaluation module (EVM) is a step-down regulator featuring the TPS53313. The TPS53313EVM-078 is designed to use a 12-V voltage rail to produce a regulated 1.2-V output with up to 6-A load current. The TPS53313EVM-078 is designed to demonstrate the TPS53313 in a typical Point-Of-Load (POL) application while providing a number of test points to evaluate the performance of the TPS53313.
The TPS62621EVM-419 is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS62621 step-down DC-DC converter.
This EVM features the DAC8541 digital-to-analog converter. The DAC8541EVM is a simple evaluation module designed for a quick and easy way to evaluate the functionality of the high resolution, single-channel, parallel input DAC. This EVM features a parallel interface to communicate to any host processor base system.