The TPA4411 is a stereo headphone driver evaluation module. The TPA4411 device is designed to allow the removal of the output DC-blocking capacitors for reduced component count and cost. The evaluation module consists of a TI TPA4411 80-mW audio power amplifier in a small QFN package.
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The UCC28250EVM-564 is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the UCC28250 Advanced PWM Controller with Pre-Bias Operation. The UCC28250EVM-564 comprises a symmetrical half bridge DC-DC converter which converts a 36V to 75V DC input to a 3.3V DC output with 100W maximum output power.
The ADS855xEVM is designed for the prototyping and evaluation of the ADS8556, ADS8557 or ADS8558 analog-to-digital converters (ADC). These 16/14/12-bit, capacitor-based, SAR/ADCs operate at a sampling rates up to 730kSPS. The EVM allows the use of optional dual channel buffer amplifiers U1, U5 and U6 to condition the input signals to the ADS855x device installed on the printed circuit board.
The TPS54425EVM-608 is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS54425 Synchronous Step-Down SWIFT™ Converter. The TPS54425EVM-608 operates from a 4.5V to 18V input and delivers a 1.05V output at 4A.
The TPA6010A4 is a stereo audio power amplifier in a 28-pin TSSOP thermally enhanced package capable of delivering 2-W of continuous RMS output power into 3-W loads. When driving 1-W into 8-ohm speakers, the TPA6010A4 has less than 0.22% THD+N across its specified frequency range.
This user’s guide describes the bq24072/3/4/5/9(T) and bq24230/2 (bqTiny-III™) evaluation module (EVM). The EVM provides a convenient method for evaluating the performance of a charge management and system power solution for portable applications using the bq24072/3/4/5/9(T) and bq24230/2 product families. A completely designed and tested module is presented. The charger is designed to deliver up to 1.5 A of continuous current to the system or charger for one-cell Li-ion or Li-polymer applications (see the data sheet for correct device) using a dc power supply. The charger is programmed from the factory to deliver 0.9 A of charging current.
The LM5019ISOEVAL evaluation board facilitates evaluation of the LM5019 100V, 100mA Constant On-Time Synchronous Buck Regulator. An isolated bias supply is implemented in this evaluation board with the LM5019 the Constant On-Time regulator. The LM5019 regulator integrates both the high and low side power switches essential for creating an isolated buck converter.
The TPS54373EVM kit allows the designer to easily evaluate the 3 A TPS54373 synchronous buck DC/DC Converter with disabled sinking during startup (DSDS). The module provides 4 series diodes to allow the user to pre-charge the output from the EVM input voltage or an external source. The input voltage range is 3-6 V and the output voltage is adjustable down to 0.9 V (module preset to 1.8 V).
The THS770012 evaluation module (EVM) is used for testing the performance of the THS770012 high-speed, fully differential, amplifier device. The THS770012EVM is configured to connect to standard 50Ω lab equipment to allow quick and easy evaluation of device performance. The EVM can be configured to test: Frequency Response, s-Parameters (s11, s22, s12), Frequency Response with Capacitive Load, Distortion, Noise Figure, Power-Down, output impedance, Output Balance Error, Common-Mode Rejection, VOCM Frequency Response and VOCM Slew Rate & Pulse Response.
The LMX2531 is a low power, high performance frequency synthesizer system which includes a fully integrated delta-sigma PLL and VCO with fully integrated tank circuit. The third and fourth poles are also integrated and also adjustable. Also included are integrated ultra-low noise and high precision LDOs for the PLL and VCO which give higher supply noise immunity and also more consistent performance.
The SERDESUR-916ROS is an evaluation board designed to demonstrate the performance and unique features of the DS90UR916Q FPD-Link II Deserializer. The SERDESUR-916ROS board is designed to be driven by any of TI’s compatible FPD-Link II serializer devices. The board is populated with an automotive-grade HSD connector to the deserializer inputs. LVCMOS outputs of the DS90UR916Q are accessible via a parallel pin header interface. Jumpers and switches on the boards can be configured for evaluation of chipset features such as equalization,