The AM4x Sitara processors provide scalable ARM Cortex‐A9 solutions for automation, HMI, vision, imaging, and other industrial and high‐performance applications. This online training series includes an introduction to the AM4x processor family and the industrial .application support provided for devices in this class.
In this introductory training learn multiple battery powered motor drive applications, get an overview on the battery & motors commonly used as well as motor control methods.
Learn about the motor drive subsystem in a cordless power tool, high performance parameters and the selection of MOSFETs and gate driver to achieve high performance parameters in the power stage.
Learn about the power state system design aspects, effect of ON state resistance of MOSFET and design challenges
Continue learning about the protections in power stage, current sensing and efficiency analysis. Relevant reference designs will be also discussed.
In-field firmware updates are becoming an increasingly popular feature supported on products that are deployed to the field; however, this feature is also very commonly exploited by attackers, and if vulnerable, can compromise the security of the system.
Learn an overview of global standards and common subsystems within Level 1, 2 and 3 public and residential EV charging (pile) stations.
While an EV charging station (pile) might seem like a straight forward design, there are many challenges to consider when needing to safely control the power delivery. This training module will provide further insights with a subsystem analysis alongside solution examples that help you mitigate commonly overlooked subsystems including public user interfaces, an authentication mechanism and residential communications in EV charging (pile) stations.
Gain a deep dive into common design consideration for a Level 1, 2 or 3 EV charging (pile) station and explore the service equipment block diagram for each.
Explore EV charging (pile) station system solutions from TI’s design library.
In this video, you will learn more about:
- the TPS23861 PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment) controller
- the three operating modes for the TPS23861
- when you need to use the MSP430 reference code
- how to get started