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Texas Instruments
Analog Products & Solutions Update
June 09, 2020

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PRODUCT FEATURES

Functional Safety-Compliant BLDC driver
Functional Safety-Compliant BLDC driver

Accelerate your powertrain designs using a driver with the most robust built-in diagnostics and 4,5V support. Reduce BOM cost, board size and design time with this grade 0 brushless DC motor driver.

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Tired of overdesigning automotive system cooling?
Tired of overdesigning automotive system cooling?

Couple the industry's first Grade 0 digital isolator with our new Grade 0 CAN FD transceiver to achieve the best isolated CAN FD communication performance while simplifying your system cooling requirements. With Grade 0, temperatures above 125°C are no sweat.

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Meet the industry's lowest latency Ethernet PHY
Meet the industry's lowest latency Ethernet PHY

Increase real-time network speeds in industrial automation systems. With low round-trip latency of 210 ns and deterministic latency variation of ±2ns, the DP83826E enables designers to reduce system response time or add extra nodes in daisy-chained networks without increasing system size or cost.

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PAPER FEATURES

Actuator Design Trends for Functional Safety Systems in Electric and Autonomous Vehicles
Actuator Design Trends for Functional Safety Systems in Electric and Autonomous Vehicles

Accelerate the development of actuators for electric and autonomous vehicles with functional safety-compliant analog products. Analog components developed for functional safety applications are enabling the creation of sophisticated electrical actuation systems for electrified, by-wire and fail-operational vehicle architectures.

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Temperature sensing with thermistors
Temperature sensing with thermistors

This white paper focuses on one of the most common temperature sensors, the thermistor; highlight some important considerations when using thermistors for temperature-sensing applications; and compare two different types of thermistors.

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Solving high-temperature isolation design challenges with Grade 0 digital isolators
 Solving high-temperature isolation design challenges with Grade 0 digital isolators

As the automotive industry continues to embrace 48-V systems in hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), the need for signal isolation for in-vehicle networking becomes even more critical. The features and benefits of higher voltages are significantly reduced without reliable, effective protection for low-voltage circuits.

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SimpliPHY your Ethernet design: Ethernet PHY basics and selection process
SimpliPHY your Ethernet design: Ethernet PHY basics and selection process

In part 1 of the “SimpliPHY your Ethernet design” technical article series, we will cover Ethernet PHY basics to help you select the right PHY for your end application. We’re also including a TI PHY selection flowchart to help you streamline your PHY selection process.

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VIDEO FEATURES.

TI Precision Labs - Isolation: What is an isolated digital input?
TI Precision Labs - Isolation: What is an isolated digital input?

This section of the TI Precision Labs - Isolation series gives an introductory overview of the differences between digital isolators, and the isolated digital input function, as well as typical use cases of an isolated input.

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Linear vs NTC thermistors: which should you choose?
Linear vs NTC thermistors: which should you choose?

This video addresses the challenges that traditional NTC thermistors face, and explains why silicon-based linear thermistors help overcome those challenges.

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Ultra-low latency for industrial automation
Ultra-low latency for industrial automation

Increase real-time network speeds in industrial automation systems. With low round-trip latency of 210 ns and deterministic latency variation of ±2 ns, the DP83826E enables designers to reduce system response time or add extra nodes in daisy-chained networks without increasing system size or cost. 
 

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OTHER FEATURES.

DRV3245Q-Q1 Automotive 3-Phase Motor Gate Driver Evaluation Module
DRV3245Q-Q1 Automotive 3-Phase Motor Gate Driver Evaluation Module

The BOOSTXL-DRV3245AQ1 EVM helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of the DRV3245AQPHPRQ1 motor gate driver. The EVM utilizes a compact and modular form for ease of use and is designed to dock with compatible TI LaunchPads for a complete motor control system.

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Linear silicon TMP6 thermistor evaluation module
Linear silicon TMP6 thermistor evaluation module

This evaluation kit is a plug and play system to test and evaluate the linear silicon TMP6 thermistor. It can be powered with either USB or a CR2032 coin cell battery, is a standalone module that supports the TMP116 digital sensor and two analog channels.

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DP83826 Low-latency 10/100 ethernet PHY evaluation module
DP83826 Low-latency 10/100 ethernet PHY evaluation module

The DP83826EVM is aimed at highlighting the low latency, deterministic, and low power DP83826 Ethernet PHY. It supports 100BASE-TX and 10BASE-Te Ethernet protocols. The evaluation board (EVM) provides a quick and easy platform to evaluate various features supported by DP83826.
 

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