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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The presentation addresses the design consideration of USB Type-C power delivery. USB Type-C is the new trend of Industrial, automotive and personal electronics devices. In the training, audience will be able to learn more about USB Type-C power delivery (PD) requirement and understand architecture of USB Type-C PD, AC/DC power source.
View a broad curriculum of training for designing with various power supply topologies, as well as step by step instructions to build complete power topology reference designs.
Get tips, tricks and techniques to solve common power supply design challenges with power experts.
If you are brand new to PoE, we recommend watching all four videos at your own pace for a complete overview. If you’re more experienced with the technology and just need a refresher on various concepts, jump right into the topic that meets your needs. Or consider watching our more advanced series below on all things related to the IEEE 802.3bt design.
The new IEEE 802.3bt standard has introduced the capability for designers to utilize PoE for high-power applications (up to 90W at source and 71.3 at input). The below videos provide insights into whether the .bt standard is right for you, but if you’re already evaluating or compliant to .bt, we’ve also shared resources to help you navigate working with non-standard PD types, response to power demotion events and more.