The BQ24133EVM-715-15V (-002) assists users in evaluating the bq24133 synchronous battery charger. The bq24133 is highly integrated stand-alone Li-ion and Li-polymer switch-mode battery charge controllers with two integrated N-channel power MOSFETs and power path selector gate driver. It offers a constant-frequency synchronous PWM controller with high accuracy regulation of input current, charge current and voltage.
The ADC10DV200EB Design Kit is designed to ease evaluation and design-in of the Texas Instrument ADC10DV200 10-bit Analog-to-Digital Converter, which can operate at speeds up to 200 MSPS. The evaluation board can be used in either of two modes. In the Manual mode suitable test equipment, such as a logic analyzer, can be used with the board to evaluate the ADC10DV200's performance. In the Computer Mode this evaluation board is used with Texas Instrument's WaveVision 5 board to capture data and WaveVision 5 software to analyze that data.
The Texas Instruments TPS56921EVM-188 evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the performance of the TPS56921 Synchronous Step-Down SWIFT™ Converter with VID Control. The EVM accepts a 4.5V to 17V input and delivers a 1.1V, 9A maximum output. An I2C interface is available for output voltage scaling.
The INA216EVM is intended to provide basic functional evaluation of this device family. The fixture layout is not intended to be a model for the target circuit, nor is it laid out for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing. The INA216EVM allows the user to install a shunt resistor, and then connect both the common-mode voltage and load to develop the input voltage, or omit the shunt resistor and apply a differential voltage directly to the device input.
The LM2833Z LLP Demo Board is designed to demonstrate the capabilities of the LM2833Z 3MHz switching regulator in the LLP-10 package.
The TPS51610EVM-593 evaluation module (EVM) is a single-phase, D-CAP+™ synchronous, buck converter providing 7-bit VID with 0.3 V to 1.5-V output range at up to 5 A from a 12-V input bus. The EVM uses the TPS51610 synchronous buck controller with selectable 200/300/400/500-kHz switching frequency.
The DEM-VCA-MSOP-1A demonstration fixture helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of TI's high speed variable gain amplifiers. This unpopulated PC board is compatible with products offered in the 10-lead MSOP (DGS) package.
The TPS54880EVM Evaluation Module allows the designer to evaluate the TPS54880 for use in a multiple voltage sequencing scheme. The TPS54880 tracking regulator is paired with a TPS54610 to demonstrate simultaneous power up and down of the two voltages. However, any DC/DC converter can be used to provide the master voltage signal and multiple TPS54x80's can be used in the application to sequence more than two voltages.
The DV2954S1H Development System provides a development environment for the bq2954 Lithium Ion Fast-Charge IC. The DV2954S1H incorporates a bq2954 and a buck-type switch-mode regulator to provide fast charge control for 1 through 4 Li-Ion cells.
The PGA4311 is a high-performance, 4-channel audio volume control designed for professional and high-end consumer audio systems. Using high performanceoperational amplifier stages internal to the PGA4311 yields low noise and distortion, while providing the capability to drive 600 ohm loads directly without buffering. The 3-wire serial control interface allows for connection to a wide variety of host controllers, in addition to support for daisy-chaining for multiple PGA4311 devices.