The TPS2053BEVM-294 is an evaluation module (EVM) for the Texas Instruments family of two-channel parent-limited, power-distribution switches. This EVM operates over a 2.7 V to 5.5 V range and provides a continuous output current of up to 1.5 A. Test points provide convenient access to all critical note voltages.
The DAC3482EVM is a circuit board that allows designers to evaluate the performance of Texas Instruments' two-channel, ultra-low power 16-bit 1.25 GSPS DAC3482 digital-to-analog converter (DAC) with 8-bit or 16-bit wide DDR LVDS data input, integrated 2x/4x/8x/16x interpolation filters, 32-bit NCO and PLL, and exceptional linearity at high IFs. The EVM provides a flexible environment to test the DAC3482 under a variety of clock, data input and IF or RF output conditions. For ease of use as a complete RF transmit solution the DAC3482EVM includes the CDCE62005 clock generator/jitter cleaner for clocking the DAC3482 as well as a TRF370315, a 400 MHz to 4 GHz quadrature modulator, for up converting I/Q outputs from the DAC to real signals at RF.
The TLV320AIC34EVM is in Texas Instruments‘ modular EVM form factor, which allows direct evaluation of the device performance and operating characteristics, and eases software development and system prototyping. This EVM is compatible with the 5 6K Interface Evaluation Module (SLAU104) and the HPA-MCUINTERFACE (SLAU106) from Texas Instruments and additional third-party boards whichsupports the TI Modular EVM format. The TLV320AIC34EVM-K is a complete evaluation/demonstration kit, which includes a USB-based motherboard called the USB-MODEVM Interface board and evaluation software for use with a personalcomputer running the Microsoft Windows operating systems.
The TPS386040EVM provides the capabilities needed for supervising and sequencing four power supplies, including one negative power supply. The EVM also provides an I2C interface for use with the TI USB-GPIO adapter.
The ADS7881EVM is designed for the prototyping and evaluation of the ADS7881 analog-to-digital converter (ADC). This 12-bit, 4MSPS, ADC includes a pseudo-differential input for true bi-polar inputs. The EVM uses a low noise THS4031 inverting gain of one, buffer amplifier.
The Texas Instruments UCD3138PFCEVM-026 evaluation module (EVM) is a digitally controlled single phase PFC pre-regulator based on the UCD3138 programmable digital power controller. The EVM accepts universal ac line input from 90Vac to 264Vac, 47Hz to 63Hz. The nominal output voltage is 390VDC. Output full load power is 360W, with extremely high power factor over 0.999 and low THD below 5% for most operating conditions. The protection features of the EVM include brown-out, output over-voltage, and power-on surge current limit.
This EVM accommodates the DAC7654 digital-to-analog converter (DAC). The DAC7654EVM provides a quick and easy way to evaluate the functionality and performance of this 16-bit, quad voltage channel, device. The EVM provides a serial interface allowing easy attachment to any host microprocessor or TI DSP base system for communications.
The ADS79xxEVM-PDK is a complete evaluation/demonstration kit, which combines the ADS7953EVM, the ADS7957EVM or the ADS7961EVM with the DSP-based MMB0 board as a motherboard. The mother board and the ADCPro™ evaluation software are supplied for use with a personal computer running Microsoft™ Windows operating system. This combination of boards allows the complete evaluation of the ADS79xx devices.
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 TLV803SEVM-019 is a fully assembled and tested circuit that allows easy evaluation of TLV803S supply voltage supervisor (SVS) at a supply voltage of 3.3 V. TLV803S is an active low reset SVS. The output (reset) of the EVM will either be high (equivalent to supply voltage) when VDD is greater than the threshold voltage and low (0-V) when VDD is less than the threshold voltage.