C2000 Digital Power Training Kit TMDSC2KWRKSHPKIT (OBSOLETE)
The TI C2000 Digital Power Advanced Training kit consists of a single evaluation board that features two buck converter power stages and a C2000 Piccolo F28035 ControlCard. Here’s what you’ll need to get started:
- The C2000 Digital Power Advanced Training Kit
- The necessary training files that include the lab manual and source code
- The latest versions of software for
Our C2000 Advanced Training Kit provides a more advanced platform to power engineers and offers an easy way to explore and learn about digital power supply design. The board consists of two independent buck converter power stages controlled via a single C2000 device. With the included lab training material, power supply designers can learn the steps to digitally controlled power including open loop control, digitally tuning and closing the control loop, and advanced control methods such as peak current mode control. Also included in the lab training material is development of a digital power supply using the C2000 Control Law Accelerator – a control loop oriented, dedicated secondary microprocessor designed for running fast, efficient control applications. This board offers a safe, desktop power level operating at 9VDC and includes an isolated USB interface for connection to a PC. The C2000 family of devices offers all of the necessary performance, memory and advanced peripherals enabling designers to build robust, high performance switch mode power supplies.
You can visit our dedicated wiki page for detailed information on the training materials.
To learn more about the various C2000 Digital Power Solutions, you can watch this video and find out more information on how our C2000 microcontrollers can help solve your digital controller design problems.
You can also see our video series on powerSUITE - Digital Power Supply Design Software Tools for C2000
- Dual buck converter power stages
- Voltage Mode Control and Peak Current Mode Control Implementation
- Parallel operation of two buck converters
- Variable resistive loads
- Digital voltmeter to measure and display output voltage values
- Operates at input voltage of 9V DC
- Step by step lab manual with detailed explanations
You can download the lab manual and source code files here
- Digital Power Training developer's kit
- Getting Started Guide
- USB Cable and Power Supply
So you want to get started experimenting with Digital Power?
Purchase the BoosterPack and Launchpad, Download the necessary software: CCS,controlSUITE and powerSUITE, Obtain an external power supply (9V, 2A), Watch the out-of-the-box demo video.