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The TIDA-03030 reference design provides a robust protection solution for the power path in USB Type-C™ applications. The design protects the power path from overvoltage, overcurrent, hot-plug, and reverse-current events by leveraging the TPS25923 (eFuse) and CSD17571Q2 (reverse-blocking FET (...)
This reference design enables real-time color management for TI DLP® Pico projection display systems. The reference design enables automatic color correction in the field for products incorporating TI DLP Pico technology displays using LEDs. Automatic color correction allows (...)
The Texas Instruments bq28z610 device is a Battery Pack Manager that integrates gas gauging, and protection for complete autonomous operation of 1-series to 2-series cell Li-Ion and Li-Polymer battery packs. The architecture enables communication between the fuel gauging processor and an internal (...)
The Texas Instruments bq27542-G1 Li-Ion battery fuel gauge is a microcontroller peripheral that provides fuel gauging for single-cell Li-Ion battery packs. The device requires little system microcontroller firmware development for accurate battery fuel gauging. The fuel gauge resides within the (...)
Differential Headphone amplifiers require positive and negative voltages. In this reference design, both voltages are generated from a single input voltage with an all integrated split-rail converter. It only requires one inductor and a minimal amount of external components to achieve a high (...)
This display reference design featuring TI's DLP2010 (.2 WVGA) DMD chipset, was designed to enable ultra low power and ultra mobile display applications either embedded inside a system (eg smartphone, tablets etc) or as a standalone accessory module. The chipset used in the design comprises of (...)
The PMP8965 is a 12.5W USB adapter reference design using the UCC28740 quasi-resonant/discontinues flyback controller, with synchronous rectification to improve efficiency using the UCC24610 Green Rectifier Controller.
This reference application demonstrates how to combine an ultra-low-power MSP microcontroller, fixed-point software math libraries and an accelerometer for a low cost, ultra-low-power, simple orientation tracking solution. The MSP MCU samples the accelerometer and performs calculations in real time (...)
This solution implements a keyboard for any operation system which supports HOGP (Hid Over GATT Profile). It is designed to have ultra low-power consumption for a substantial time working with Bluetooth Low Energy technology. CC2541 and an ultra-low-power MSP MCU are used in this design to handle (...)
This board is a SFF (Small Form Factor) complete miniature wireless receiver solution. The output is 5Vdc @1A and you can use it to power, or charge your battery operated device using any industry standard WPC or PMA compliant transmitter.