DC/DC buck converters (also known as step-down switching regulators) are small, highly efficient devices that can be used to regulate an output voltage powered from a higher input voltage. Covering devices with input voltage up to 100V and output current up to 40A, this quick reference guide highlights TI’s most popular buck converters across a wide variety of applications
Check out our APEC online experience to learn more about the latest power-management devices, view exciting product demos, and explore a library of automotive and industrial design resources to help you solve your power density, isolation and EMI design problems.
This series includes 6 videos on the basics of electrostatic discharge (ESD). Each video is less than five minutes, and covers the concepts you need to know before selecting the right ESD protection – like working voltages, capacitance, and how to assess ESD ratings in datasheets.
The main purpose of this application report is to demonstrate a systematic approach to design high performance gate drive circuits for high speed switching applications. It is an informative collection of topics offering a “one-stop-shopping” to solve the most common design challenges. Therefore, it should be of interest to power electronics engineers at all levels of experience.
We are all well aware that the demand for Electric Vehicles (EV) is increasing rapidly. This eight-part training session will teach you about typical EV power systerms, how the different types of batteries are charged, understand how EV’s are designed, learn an on-board charger design at a high level and how gate drivers can improve your power system.
If you're trying to distribute power across your voltage rails or protect your power path, chances are you are going to encounter a critical design tradeoff. This free e-book explains practical tips and some of the lesser known hurdles that you may encounter while optimizing your power path. While this content is comprehensive, you can learn at your own pace by exploring one of the 11 chapters on critical protection concepts.
In power semiconductors, design engineers use the safe operating area (SOA) to determine whether it’s possible to safely operate a device such as a power metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET), a diode or an insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) at current and voltage conditions in their application without causing damage to itself or nearby devices. New integrated devices such as power blocks and power stages require a different way to specify SOA.
For every 10 degrees in junction temperature rise, the chances of your IC failing doubles. With megatrends like increasing power levels, shrinking PCB area, and smaller and smaller package sizes, how can you protect your system against heat and ensure long-term system reliability? In this thorough training, learn about how to optimize your DC/DC switching regulator design for thermal performance.
Low dropout regulators (LDOs) are a simple way to regulate an output voltage powered from a higher-voltage input. This LDO e-book provides a comprehensive overview of the basics of what you need to know and what to look for.
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