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C2000 Digital Power Supply Workshop - 4 Part Series

This hands-on workshop is designed to help analog and digital engineers get familiar with key requirements for a digital controller to be used in a digitally controlled power supply system. You will learn about the important features available on TI’s C2000 devices and how they are well suited to be used in DPS applications. The workshop also shows how a C2000 device can interface to and control a power stage. C2000 32-bit high performance microcontrollers are used in a wide variety of industrial applications. They combine advanced control peripheral integration with the processing power of a 32-bit architecture.The workshop consists of four parts that can be viewed independently, so you can go at your own pace. In addition to the videos there are associated labs with each chapter so you can get hands-on instructions with the C2000 Digital Power Kit. In order to run the labs you must have a C2000 Digital Power kit which can be ordered via the TI Store

  • Course Prerequisites: Basic understanding of power electronics as it applies to power supply design and power management.
  • Technical Level: Beginner to moderate
  • Length: 2 hours, 30 minutes (without running labs)
  • Requirements: C2000 Digital Power Kit (only required to run the labs)
  • Helpful collateral: DPS workshop handbook

Part Descriptions:

Part 1: Introduction to Digital Power Supply Design: Introduction to a digital power supply system discusses what is important from a digital controller point of view to be used in such a system.Part 2: Driving the Power Stage with PWM Waveforms: Describes the functioning of the PWM module on C2000 devices and how it can be used to generate different PWM waveforms for driving different power topologies.Part 3: Controlling the Power Stage with Feedback: Describes the ADC module, the unique high resolution feature of the PWM module, its benefits, and how the control loop is closed.Part 4: Tuning the Loop and Conclusion

a. Tuning the Loop for Good Transient Response: Discusses some basic digital control theory and describes how to visualize the transient response and tune the control loop intuitively in real time.b. Summary and Conclusion

Table of contents

Additional information

For more information on C2000 products, visit www.ti.com/C2000For support, visit the C2000 e2e community

1. Series Parts

# Title Duration
1.1 C2000 Digital Power Supply Workshop Part 1: Introduction to Digital Power Supply Design
introduction to a digital power supply system that discusses what is important from a digital controller point of view to be used in such a system
1.2 C2000 Digital Power Supply Workshop Part 2: Driving the Power Stage with PWM Waveforms
C2000 Digital Power Supply Workshop part 2: Describes the functioning of the PWM module on C2000 devices to drive different power topologies
1.3 C2000 Digital Power Supply Workshop Part 3: Controlling the Power Stage with Feedback
C2000 Digital Power Supply Workshop Part 3: Describes the ADC module, the high resolution feature of the PWM module and how the control loop is closed...
1.4 C2000 Digital Power Supply Workshop Part 4: Tuning the Loop and Conclusion
C2000 Digital Power Supply Workshop Part 4: Discusses basic digital control theory and details how to tune the control loop intuitively in real time.
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