The TPA6138A2EVM customer evaluation module (EVM) demonstrates the capabilities and operation of the TPA6138A2PW integrated circuit from Texas Instruments. The TPA6138A2PW is a 25mW Pop-Free stereo Head Phone driver designed to replace headphone circuit based on Op amps and passives. The TPA6138A2 doesn’t require a power supply greater than 3.3V to generate its 25mW output, nor does it require a split rail power supply.
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The PGA450-Q1 evaluation module is to evaluate Ultrasonic Sensor product for distance measurement used in automotive park assist and blind spot detection.
The BQ24192EVM-021 evaluation module (EVM) is a complete charger module for evaluating an I²C-controlled single NVDC-1 charge using the BQ2419x devices.
The TLK1221 gigabit Ethernet transceiver provides for high-speed full-duplex point-to-point data transmissions. These devices are based on the timing requirements of the 10-bit interface specification by the IEEE 802.3 Gigabit Ethernet specification. The TLK1221 supports data rates from 0.6 Gbps through 1.3 Gbps.
The PGA112EVM is an evaluation module that is used to fully evaluate the PGA112 programmable gain amplifier. The PGA112EVM consists of two printed circuit boards (PCBs). One board (the SM-USB-DIG Platform) generates the digital signals required to communicate with the PGA112. The second board is the PGA112EVM Target Board.
An isolated bias supply is implemented in this evaluation board with the LM5018 Constant-On-Time (COT) regulator. The LM5018 regulator integrates both the high and low side power switches essential for creating an isolated buck converter.
TheDAC8806EVM is a full featured evaluation board featuring either the DAC8806 or DAC8820. These devices are 14-bit and 16-bit, multiplying DACs with a microprocessor and TMS320 DSP-compatible parallel interface. The data bits are double-buffered so that the output can be updated asynchronously using the LDAC pin. Developed for a wide range of supply voltages, these DACs can be operated from 2.7 V to 5.5 V. The EVM ships with either the DAC8806 or DAC8820 device installed.
The TPS51116EVM evaluation module (EVM) is a dual-output converter for DDR and DDRII memory modules. It uses a 10 A synchronous buck converter to provide the core voltage (VDDQ) for DDR memory modules. The EVM is designed to use a 4.5 V to 28 V supply voltage and a 4.75 V to 5.25 V controller bias supply.
The TPS61054EVM-273 facilitates evaluation of the TPS61054 high power white LED driver, 2 MHz synchronous boost converter IC in the QRN (DRV) package.
The TLV320AIC11xxEVM-K is a complete evaluation/demonstration kit, which includes a USB-based motherboard called the USB-MODEVM Interface board and evaluation software for use with a personal computer running Microsoft Windows® XP operating systems only. Provisions are made for connecting all audio inputs and outputs either from the modular connectors or with on-board terminals and external microphone jack. An on-board electric microphone is also provided.
The Piccolo F28035 based solar explorer kit is intended to give designers the opportunity to evaluate different power stages used in solar applications in a safe, low voltage environment. This kit also offers designers of single panel off-grid applications such as lighting or motor control systems a robust development platform to start from by utilizing the 36VDC intermediate bus. All of the primary application power stages are controlled with a single C2000 MCU, including a single switch boost stage for maximum power point tracking, a SEPIC battery charging stage, and a grid-tie-capable DC/AC inverter stage capable of outputting 24VAC.