TPS23753AEVM-004 allows users to evaluate the reference circuitry of the TPS23753A. It contains input and output power connectors and an array of onboard test points for circuit evaluation. TPS23753AEVM-003 (5-V output) and TPS23753AEVM-005 (12-V output) can be configured with simple bill of materials (BOM) changes.
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The TPS61054EVM-350 facilitates evaluation of the TPS61054 700mA High Power White LED Driver with standard Logic Interface in the chipscale (YZG) package.
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.
DAC161S997EVM helps evaluate the DAC161S997, 4 mA to 20 mA Loop driver with SPI interface. This board is designed as a 2-Wire loop-powered transmitter. It has a MSP430G2553 MCU which comes preloaded with a firmware which communicates with PC Software and can read/write DAC register according to the user input on PC software.
The TPS658643EVM-752 evaluation module (EVM) is a fully assembled and tested platform for evaluating the performance of the TPS658643 single-chip, power management device. This document includes schematic diagrams, a printed-circuit board layout, bill of materials, and test data. The TPS658643 is a single-chip, power management integrated circuit (IC) with multiple regulated power supplies, system management, and display functions in a small package.
The UCC24610EVM-693 is a diode replacement demonstration card that is used as a substitute for the Schottky diode in an existing customer system. This daughter card consists of the UCC24610 controller, a FET suitable for 5V, 10W output converters, and support components. The UCC24610EVM-693 can be easily connected to the customer's converter with a few wires after removal of the existing diode.
The Texas Instruments LM3447-PAR-230VEVM evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the performance of the LM3447 PFC Flyback Controller for LED Lighting. The EVM is a primary-side power regulated PFC controller used for commercial and residential p
The TPS54319EVM-626 is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS54319 2.95V to 6V input 3A synchronous buck converter. There are terminal blocks for input and output. Additional test points are also provided.
The ADS8322EVM is a single channel analog-to-digital converter evaluation board based on the ADS8322 16-bit 500-KHz, parallel interface analog-to-digital converter (ADC). Typical power dissipation is 85 mW at a 500-KHz throughput rate and 5-V supply. The device uses a parallel interface.
The Texas Instruments TPS40422EVM-091 evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the performance of the TPS40422 Dual Output or Multiphase Synchronous Buck Controller with PMBus. The EVM is designed to use a regulated 8.0Vdc to 14.0Vdc bus to produce two regulated outputs. One output is 1.2Vdc at a maximum of 20A load current, and the other is 3.3V at a maximum of 15A load current.
The MSP-EXP430FR6989 LaunchPad Development Kit is an easy-to-use Evaluation Module (EVM) for the MSP40FR6989 microcontroller (MCU). It contains everything needed to start developing on the ultra-low-power MSP430FRx FRAM microcontroller platform, including on-board emulation for programming, debugging and energy measurements. The board features on-board buttons and LEDs for quick integration of a simple user interface as well as a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) display which showcases the integrated driver that can drive up to 320 segments. The MSP430FR6989 device features ultra-low power consumption, 128 KB of embedded FRAM (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory), a non-volatile memory known for its ultra-low power, high endurance and high speed write access.