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The demand to retain memory on the position of the seat, window, sliding door, mirror, lift-gate, and others driven by that motor has increased as small motors within the modern automotive vehicle continue to evolve. Existing solutions utilize multiple magnetic sensors attached to the body of a (...)
This brushless DC (BLDC) motor reference design controls an automotive HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) compressor by using the UCC27712-Q1 high-side and low-side gate driver followed by discrete insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) half bridges. This reference design uses TI's (...)
The TIDEP-0092 reference design provides a foundation for short-range radar (SRR) applications using the AWR1642 evaluation module (EVM). This design allows the estimation and tracking of the position (in the azimuthal plane) and velocity of objects in its field of view up to 80 m, travelling (...)
Modern vehicles utilize auto-dimming mirrors to prevent glare and visibility loss for the driver. This reference design utilizes modern human-eye-response ambient light sensors and a high-current amplifier stage to drive a capacitive electrochromic mirror load.
This automotive reference design details a solution for a turn indicator application. The automotive battery directly supplies the TPS92830-Q1 linear lightemitting-diode (LED) controller used in this design. This reference design features robust electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performance, full (...)
This reference design demonstrates the use of the AWR1642 single-chip mmWave sensor with integrated DSP as a vehicle occupant detection sensor enabling the detection of life forms in a vehicle. This design provides a reference processing chain that runs on the C674x DSP, enabling generation of (...)
This reference design is a sensorless BLDC motor sinusoidal drive using the DRV10983-Q1 motor driver and MSP430G2553 microcontroller (MCU). The MCU is only used for speed control while the DRV device is the main motor driver with integrated FETS which drives the motor. This design specifically (...)
This reference design details a solution for an automotive daytime running light (DRL) and position light. The TPS92830-Q1 linear LED controller used in this design is directly supplied from the automotive battery, allowing you to use the same LEDs for both functions. This reference design also (...)
This reference design details a highly integrated solution for driving LEDs in a CHMSL, which includes brake and reverse lights. Each light is capable of independent function by applying power to its supply line. The design uses three automotive-rated linear LED drivers (TPS92610-Q1) to obtain a low (...)
This reference design is a dual string LED driver that implements an operational amplifier based circuit which balances the current in two LED rings. The operational amplifier circuit senses current in a reference string and uses feedback from a mirrored string to bias a MOSFET that egulates the (...)
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