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This solution is designed to be an automotive off-battery front end power supply for infotainment systems. It was created using a one stage power system meeting high voltage input needs and providing low voltage for multi output rails for different load needs. The system also provides transient and (...)
TIDA-00987 is a reference design for Automotive Media Ports that require data transfer. This design has the capability to support USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 data through a 15W USB Type-C™ port. Customers can accelerate their media port systems by taking advantage of a complete reference design (...)
TIDA-01388 is a 21 W dual automotive USB charger solution featuring complete front end protection with small size. The system can clamp fast high-voltage electrical transients and maintain operation through these events. It can also properly respond to a reverse battery polarity event and shut down (...)
This reference design offers two display interface options: an Automotive processor with MIPI® DSI output and an Automotive infotainment video display panel with OpenLDI (OLDI) / LVDS input The reference design provides two variations. Setup one converts the system on chip (SoC) DSI video output (...)
Based on TI's Jacinto™ DRA71x processor, this automotive reference design focuses on system-level cost savings. The 6 layer design reduces PCB costs through an optimized via breakout scheme, integration of key features and an optimized power distribution network. Functionality can be added or (...)
This reference design shows a complete power tree for automotive infotainment systems. The LM74700-Q1 provides reverse polarity protection to the system. The pre-booster with LM5150-Q1 provides a stable supply voltage of 10.5V during cranking for the dual-synchronous buck converter with LM5140-Q1 (...)
This reference design implements a 10 amp, two-phase boost converter with an adjustable output voltage that can be dynamically set for voltages from 16V to 40V DC. The output voltage range allows tracking an audio signal when provided by either a PWM signal from a processor or a voltage.
This automotive reference design demonstrates an approach for powering remote, off-board loads, often over coaxial cables (i.e. "phantom power"). This design is capable of protecting against and digitally diagnosing different faults that off-board cabling is susceptible to. Reverse polarity, reverse (...)
System level cost savings tactics are a focus of this board design. Key areas affecting fabrication costs are number of PCB layers and via drill size. The AM570x features a package with via channel arrays. These channels make it possible to build the PCB in only 6-layers while still achieving 100 (...)
This reference design is a high power, wide input voltage range circuit that uses synchronous boost controllers in a dual-phase configuration outputting four (4) switchable 12-V rails that each can supply up to 2.5 A with diagnostic features; plus a dual synchronous buck that generates two high (...)
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