Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create smarter and safer wireless EV charging stations. Whether a WPT1, WPT2 or WPT3 charging subsystem, we can help enable your design to efficiently transmit and receive power from a single, three-phase AC outlet.
Modern wireless EV charging stations often require:
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|DigitalPower software development kit (SDK) for C2000™ MCUs||C2000WARE-DIGITALPOWER-SDK||Texas Instruments||Software development kits (SDK)|
|F28379D controlCARD for C2000 Real time control development kits||TMDSCNCD28379D||Texas Instruments||Daughter cards|
|mmWave sensors carrier card platform||MMWAVEICBOOST||Texas Instruments||Evaluation boards|
|mmWave software development kit (SDK)||MMWAVE-SDK||Texas Instruments||Software development kits (SDK)|
|powerSUITE - Digital Power Supply Design Software Tools for C2000™ MCUs||POWERSUITE||Texas Instruments||IDEs, configuration, compilers & debuggers|
|Vienna rectifier-based three-phase power factor correction evaluation module using C2000™ MCUs||TIEVM-VIENNARECT||Texas Instruments||Evaluation boards|
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