The TPS2024EVM-290 is an evaluation module for the Texas Instruments family of single-channel, current limited, power distribution switches. These EVMs operate over a 2.7 V to 5.5 V range and provide a continuous output current of up to 2 A. Test points provide convenient access to all critical node voltages.
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The bq2430x/1x evaluation module is a complete charger module for evaluating a charger front-end protection and charger solution using the bq2430x/1x and bq24080 devices. It is designed to deliver up to 200 mA (bq2430x) or 700 mA (bq2431x) of charge current to Li-ion or Li-polymer applications.
he LMH6553SDEVAL evaluation board is designed to aid in the characterization of TI`s LMH6553 fully differential amplifier with output limiting clamp in an 8-pin LLP package. The LMH6553 is part of the LMH® high speed amplifier family. Use the evaluation board as a guide for high frequency layout and as a tool to aid in device testing and characterization.
The TSC2014EVM-PDK is a complete evaluation/demonstration kit for the TSC2014 resistive touch screen controller (TSC), which can be connected to PC through USB cable and controlled by PC GUI software. The TSC2014EVM-PDK is a complete package that includes the following items: (1) TSC2014EVM board, (2) USB-MODEVM board.
The bq24003RGWEVM is an evaluation tool for the 5mm by 5mm MLP-20 bq24003 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 bq24003 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 TMP104EVM is a platform for evaluating the performance of the TMP104 under various signal, reference, and supply conditions. Four TMP104's are included on the board to demonstrate MDA (Multiple Device Access commands). The included USB interface hardware and software makes evaluation simple; no additional hardware or instruments are required.
TI's LMV832 is a CMOS input, low power op amp IC, providing a low input bias current, a wide temperature range of -40°C to +125°C and exceptional performance, making this IC a robust general purpose part. To demonstrate the EMI robustness of the LMV832 and to be able to measure the parameter EMIRR, an evaluation board has been developed. A description of the evaluation board and how to perform EMIRR measurements can be found in Application Note AN-1867.
The TPS65270QEVM evaluation module is designed to provide access to the features of the TPS65270. The TPS65270 PMIC is designed to provide 2-A and 3-A continuous currents with an operational range of 4.5 V to 16 V and an externally set switching frequency ranging from 300 kHz to 1.4 MHz. When the PMIC is not fully loaded, Buck1 can be loaded to 2.5 A and Buck2 to 3.5 A
The TPS65257EVM evaluation module is designed to provide access to the features of the TPS65257. The TPS65257 PMIC is designed to provide 3A, 2A, and 2 A continuous outputs with an operational range of 4.5 to 16V and a externally set switching frequency ranging from 300kHz to 2.2MHz, with automatic PFM/PWM operation. When the PMIC is not fully loaded buck1 can be loaded to 3.5A and buck 2 and 3 to 2.5A.
The VCA2614 is a dual, variable gain amplifier with a 40dB gain range. The VCA2614EVM evaluation module comes as a completely assembled board ready to evaluate the VCA2614 in its various modes. The input signal is applied in single-ended form, while the differential outputs of the VCA2614 are buffered using an opamp in a difference amplifier configuration. This amplifier is also capable of driving a terminated 50ohm load, suitable for lab test equipment. Switches allow the user to operate the VCA2614 in all possible configurations.
The CDCLVC1310 is a highly versatile, low jitter and low power clock fan out buffer, which distributes up to ten low jitter LVCMOS clock outputs. The clock is derived from one of three inputs, whose primary and secondary inputs feature differential or single-ended signals and the third input is a crystal input.