The THS4524EVM is designed to quickly and easily demonstrate the functionality and versatility of the amplifier. The EVM is ready to connect to power, signal source, and test instruments through the use of on-board connectors. The default amplifier configuration is single-ended input, single-ended output (via transformer), and split supply. It can be easily configured for differential input, differential output, and single supply operation.
The TPS2065-1EVM-290 is an evaluation module (EVM) for the TI 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.
The LM3445 is an adaptive constant off-time AC/DC buck (step-down) constant current controller designed to be compatible with triac dimmers. The LM3445 provides a constant current for illuminating high power LEDs and includes a triac dim decoder. The dim
The ADS58B18EVM is a circuit board that allows designers to evaluate the performance of Texas Instruments‘ ADS58B18 device, an extremely low power 11-bit 200 MSPS analog to digital converter. The ADC features a buffered analog input and configurable parallel DDR LVDS or CMOS outputs. The EVM provides a flexible environment to test the ADS58B18 under a variety of clock, input and supply conditions.
The SRC4382EVM-PDK provides a modular solution for evaluating the function and performance of the SRC4382 device from Texas Instruments. The PDK includes a motherboard (DAIMB) and a daughterboard (SRC4382EVM). These boards are plugged into each other to allow a complete solution for analysis of the SRC4382 using a desk top computer. The modular design allows for common functions to be integrated onto the DAIMB motherboard, while device-specific functions are integrated onto the daughterboard EVM.
The TPS54295EVM-057 evaluation module (EVM) is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS54295 Dual 2A Output, Synchronous Step-Down SWIFT Converter. The EVM operates from a 4.5V to 18V input and generates output voltages of 1.5V and 3.3V with a switch current limit of 2A minimum.
The TAS5631PHD2EVM PurePath™ Premier Pro customer evaluation module demonstrates the integrated circuits TAS5631PHD and TAS5518PAG from Texas Instruments (TI).
The purpose of this EVM is to facilitate evaluation of the TPS788xx family of LDO regulators. Each EVM contains an SLVP191 test board with a TPS78833DBV low dropout linear regulator as well as supporting passive components. Also, the board's small size and side clips facilitate attaching it to other PCB's as a power module.
The TPS22901EVM is an evaluation module for the Texas Instruments family of low-input voltage, ultra-low rON load switches. This EVM operates over a 1 V to 3.6 V range and provides a continuous output current of up to 110 mA. Additional open resistor and capacitor footprints allow for the use of customer-selected input and output load values. The TPS22901EVM accepts a YFP-4 packaged load switch for any of three (3) possible devices: TPS22901, TPS22902, or TPS22902B.
The SimpleLink™ CC1350 wireless microcontroller (MCU) LaunchPad™ development kit combines a Sub-1 GHz with a Bluetooth® low energy radio for the ultimate combination of easy mobile phone integration with long- range connectivity including a 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 processor on a single chip. The CC1350 device is a wireless MCU targeting low power, long range wireless applications with Bluetooth low energy implementations. The CC1350 wireless MCU contains a 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 processor that runs at 48 MHz as the main processor and a rich peripheral feature set that includes a unique ultra-low power sensor controller. This sensor controller is ideal for interfacing external sensors and for collecting analog and digital data autonomously while the rest of the system is in sleep mode.