The TPA3106D1 evaluation module consists of a single 40 W, class-D, stereo audio power amplifier complete with a small number of external components mounted on a circuit board that can be used to directly drive speakers with an external analog audio source as the input.
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The BQ24081EVM Evaluation Module is designed to for engineering evaluation of the bq24081, which is a highly integrated and flexible Li-Ion linear charge device targeted at space-limited charger applications. The bq24081 offers an integrated power FET and current sensor, high-accuracy current and voltage regulation, charge status, and charge termination, in a single monolithic device. An external resistor sets the magnitude of the charge current. The bq24081 charges the battery in three phases: conditioning, constant current, and constant voltage.
DP83849IVS Basic product evaluation and customer demo board
The MSP-TS430PN80 is a standalone ZIF socket target board used to program and debug the MSP430 in-system through the JTAG interface or the Spy Bi-Wire (2-wire JTAG) protocol. The development board supports some MSP430 Flash parts in an 80-pin LQFP package (TI package code: PN).
The TPS65910 evaluation module (EVM) is a stand-alone module that demonstrates the functions of the integrated power management IC. It uses a USB-to-GPIO interface card (not included in the kit) to control the standard I2C interfaces in the TPS65910 device. It includes Windows compatible software to interface with the device.
The bq24120EVM-001 provides a convenient method for evaluating the performance of a charge management solution for portable applications using the bq24120. The charger can deliver up to 2 A of continuous output current and is programmed from the factory to deliver 1.33 A of charging current. The only necessities to use the EVM are a power source (16 V max) and the single-cell Li-Ion battery to be charged.
The TPS51200EVM evaluation board, HPA322A is designed to evaluate the performance and characteristics of TI's cost optimized DDR/DDR2/DDR3/LP DDR3 VTT termination regulator, the TPS51200. The TPS51200 is designed to provide proper termination voltage and a 10-mA buffered reference voltage for DDR memory which covered DDR (2.5 V/1.25 V), DDR2 (1.8 V/0.9 V), DDR3 (1.5 V/0.75 V), LP DDR3 (1.2 V/0.6 V) specifications with minimal external components.
The ADS58B19EVM is a circuit board that allows designers to evaluate the performance of Texas Instruments‘ ADS58B19EVM device, an extremely low power 9-bit 250 MSPS analog to digital converter. The ADC features a buffered analog input and configurable parallel DDR LVDS or CMOS outputs. The EVM provides a flexible environment to test the ADS58B19EVM under a variety of clock, input and supply conditions.
The TAS5508-5142K7EVM PurePath Digital™ customer evaluation amplifier module demonstrates two audio integrated circuits, TAS5508B and TAS5142, from Texas Instruments (TI). The TAS5508BPAG is a high-performance 32-bit (24-bit input) multichannel PurePath Digital pulse width modulator (PWM) based on Equibit™ technology, with a fully symmetrical AD modulation scheme. It accepts an input sample rate from 32 kHz to 192 kHz. The device also has digital audio processing (DAP) that provides 48-bit signal processing, advanced performance, and a high level of system integration. The device has interfaces for headphone output and power supply volume control (PSVC).
The REG710EVM-5 is an evaluation tool for the 30mA buck-boost charge pump in SOT23-5 package. With an input voltage in the range of 2.7V to 5.5V, it delivers a regulated output voltage of 5V with up to 30mA of output current.
The SRC4192EVM evaluation module provides a hardware platform for evaluating the SRC4192, SRC4193, and SRC4190 asynchronous sample rate converters. This family of devices represents the highest performance sample rate converters targeted for use in the professional and broadcast audio markets. Operation at input and output sampling rates up to 212kHz is supported, with a continuous input-to-output sampling range of 1:16 and 16:1.