The TPL0102 EVM is designed to evaluate the operation and performance of the TPL0102, which is a two channel, linear-taper digital potentiometer with 256 wiper positions. Each potentiometer can be used as a three-terminal potentiometer or as a two-terminal rheostat.
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The TPS62220EVM-014 is an evaluation tool for the TPS62220 400-mA inductive step-down converter in ThinSOT-23 which can supply voltages down to 0.7V from a 2.5-V to 6-V input. The TPS62220EVM-014 uses a TPS62220 adjustable output step-down converter and the appropriate feedback components to provide a 1.8-V output voltage. By replacing the feedback components other voltages can be generated. The EVM includes an enable jumper that allows the user to disable the device.
The PGA113EVM is an evaluation module that is used to fully evaluate the PGA113 programmable gain amplifier. The PGA113EVM consists of two printed circuit boards (PCBs). One board (the SM-USB-DIG Platform) generates the digital signals required to communicate with the PGA113. The second board is the PGA113EVM Target Board.
Texas Instruments offers this unpopulated Evaluation Board to aid in the evaluation and testing of high-speed Op Amp that are offered in the 8-Pin SOIC/PSOP package. Resistors, capacitors, or any other surface-mount components can be easily mounted on this board in the desired circuit configuration. The performance can then be evaluated under the test conditions of your choice. Power supplies, analog signal source, and other measurement equipment shall be provided by the user.
The Modular MSOP8 Evaluation Module is an updated version of the popular Burr-Brown DEM-MSOP8 evaluation board. The EVM is designed to support several Analog to Digital Converters including the ADS7826, ADS7827, or ADS7829. These ADCs have resolutions of 10,8,and 12 bits respectively.
The THS4501 evaluation board is capable of evaluating different gain configurations by changing feedback and gain setting resistors. This board comes fully populated with all components except transformer. The default configuration assumes a 50 ohm signal source and contains a termination resistor R1 for the source.
The TS3USB221EVM is an evaluation module for the Texas Instruments high-speed USB 2.0 (480-Mbps) 1:2 multiplexer/demultiplexer switch. The USB221EVM allows signals to pass with minimum edge and phase distortion and also multiplexes differential signals from a common USB input to one of two corresponding outputs. This evaluation module demonstrates the low bit-to-bit skew, high channel-to-channel noise isolation, and compatibility with various standards, such as high-speed USB 2.0 (480 Mbps), that is possible when using the TS3USB221 in high-speed signaling applications.
The LM25118 Evaluation Board is designed to provide the design engineer with a fully functional, Emulated Current Mode Control, buck boost power converter to evaluate the LM25118 controller IC. The evaluation board provides a 12V output with 3A of output current capability. The evaluation board’s wide input voltage range is from 42V to 5V, with operation down to 3V with some component changes. The evaluation board operates at 300 kHz, a good compromise between conversion efficiency, tradeoffs between buck and buck-boost mode requirements, and converter size.
The TPS23753AEVM-001 allows reference circuitry evaluation of the TPS23753A. It contains input and output power connectors and an array of onboard test points for circuit evaluation. TPS23753AEVM-002 (3.3-V output) can be configured with simple bill of materials (BOM) changes.
The TPS2058AEVM-295 supports the four-channel, current limited power-distribution switch part number TPS2058A. This EVM operates over a 2.7-V to 5.5-V range and provides a continuous output current of up to 0.5A. Test points provide convenient access to all critical node voltages.
The TPS65001EVM-453 facilitates evalvation of the TPS65001 power management IC for portable device applications. The TPS65001 contains one DC/DC switcher, 2 low-dropout (LDO) regulators, and a Spread Spectrum Clock (SSC) to supress EMI noise. It is powered from a 2V to 6V source. The TPS65001 also contains a supply voltage supervisor (SVS) for reset management.