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Voltage Supervisors 101

Overview of the Voltage Supervisor

In this video, learn about what a voltage supervisor is and discover the common use cases of voltage supervisors. Voltage supervisors are commonly paired with DC/DC converters, LDOs, and Processors/MCU’s in order to monitor the voltage rail. We will also highlight how a supervisor works in order to protect your subsystem from brownout. Remember, a voltage supervisor is the same as a voltage detector, voltage monitors, and reset ICs.
Voltage Supervisors 101

Topology of the Voltage Supervisor

In this video, we will demonstrate how a voltage supervisor works. Specifically, we will analyze how an under-voltage supervisor with an open-drain and active-low output topology operates.
Voltage Supervisors 101

Input Specifications of the Voltage Supervisor

In this video, we will explain and define the important input specifications that pertain to voltage supervisors. Specifically, this video will cover voltage threshold, hysteresis, power-on reset (POR), and manual reset. 

Voltage Supervisors 101

Output and Timing Specifications of a Voltage Supervisor

Learn about the different output configurations voltage supervisors offer along with its timing features. Specifically, this video will go into the pros and cons to push-pull and open-drain topologies and explain what active-high and active-low mean. For timing features, learn about propagation delay and reset time delay and how these can be used in your applications.  
Voltage Supervisors 101

Window Detector and Watchdog Timer

This video will cover the watchdog and window detector feature offered with voltage supervisors. Specifically, we will highlight the standard and window watchdog timer to show its importance in processors and microprocessors. Additionally, we will highlight important features on the datasheet that affect the performance of the watchdog timer. We will also cover the window detector, which can detect both over and undervoltage conditions (OV/UV). 

Why GaN is exciting?

GaN is a semiconductor technology that changes the way we design power converters. It does not only make power supplies faster, smaller and cooler, but also reliable at a lower system solution cost. This training will walk you through the fundamentals of GaN technology and immediate benefits provided to the system. 

GaN - Practical Applications

GaN enables high efficiency power conversion and switching speeds that were not feasible before. Learn about some of the GaN based converter designs including 99% efficient totem-pole PFC, 1kW LLC switching at 1MHz, 100kHz 48V motor drive and 1ns pulse-width LiDAR with this training video.

Driving GaN

Driving GaN is of critical importance to ensure reliable switching at the speed of GaN. This training video shows TI's unique integrated driver power stage approach together with GaN product portfolio including discrete drivers for high speed <200V applications.

Display Fundamentals

These introduction videos go over LCD and OLED components and explain how they work together in a system. These videos are appropriate for engineers of all experience levels, serving as basic training for new display design engineers or a memory refresh for more experience designers. 

LED Backlight Design Considerations

In this video series, learn about the key design considerations for an LCD backlight as it pertains to various applications. 

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Displays

In these training videos, get an understanding of high dynamic range (HDR) displays as compared to standard dynamic range displays. We will discuss architecture differences, as well as design strategies for HDR displays. 

IEEE 802.3bt Standard Introduction

Are you  new to PoE? View the first video for a quick introduction to how our new PSE and PD portfolio can enable high-power applications. If you’re looking for a more technical deep dive on the evolution of PoE features, the second video gives insight into TI’s full suite of PSE and PD solutions along with related preliminary test results.

PSE Basics

See how things have changed for PSEs with the migration from .at to the new .bt standard. If you’re ready to start evaluating  whether our power sourcing equipment (PSE) controller is the right solution for your application, watch the below trainings to learn how to quickly configure or work with non-standard PD types.

PD Basics

Several features have either evolved or been added as an essential PoE capability in 802.3bt.  Learn why Autoclass is in high-demand, how our PD’s respond in power demotion events, and how to design your PD systems with hitless failover in mind.

Topology Introduction

Just getting started with LED or need a refresher on what tradeoffs to anticipate with different topologies? The below video provides a quick and easy-to-understand overview of five topologies.

Dimming Algorithms

This segment of the LED drivers basics series provide an overview of the basic relationship between LED current and light output, as well as the benefits and limitations of analog and PWM dimming methodologies, These videos are appropriate for engineers of all experience levels, serving as basic training for new LED driver design engineers or a memory refresh for more experienced designers.

RGB LED Drivers

RGB LED drivers are becoming more popular choices for applications like audio and voice recognition systems, or Human-Machine Interfaces where LED color and patterns are critical elements of the user-interface. Each of the first five videos quickly explains critical concepts to RGB LEDs, while the last video discusses a unique RGB LED functionality from TI that enables the LED driver to operate autonomously from your MCU. 

Automotive LED Drivers

Reliability and efficiency are of the utmost importance in many automotive lighting systems. Get pointers on how to avoid or overcome common auto challenges in the follow videos.

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Getting Started

This section explains how to connect the EVMs and download, install, and launch the Fusion Digital Power Designer.
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Using the Fusion Digital Power Designer

The Fusion Digital Power Designer is packed with features. Explore below to learn how to use them all.
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