This training outlines the system requirements for EMC immunity, EMI and isolation when designing a variable speed drive. A brief overview is given on the corresponding IEC standards with the test requirements and pass criterion. Subsystem hardware design examples are shown leveraging TI reference designs for an interface to absolute digital encoders and dual port Gigabit Ethernet to pass EMC immunity and EMI, and a 3-phase inverter with reinforced isolated IGBT gate drivers to meet isolation and common mode transient immunity.
Not sure how to get started with Battery Management? Need help choosing the right part? Browse our collection of 'The Basics' Training Videos to get a quick rundown of what TI offers in Battery Management, and get educated on everything Battery related, from chargers to Wireless Power!
Learn about solutions that pair the flexibility of digital power control with C2000 MCUs and in-line current sensing with the high-power efficiency of GaN.
Already aware of the basics of Battery Management? Looking to get a deeper understanding of battery technology, or a deeper understanding of some of the features of our parts? Browse our extensive collection of videos explaining FOD, Battery Charging IC Specifications, and more.
Do you call yourself a BMS Guru but still interested in learning more? Check out our most in-depth collection of videos ranging from Wireless Power Transmitter Design to Layout considerations for integrated FET Chargers.
Certain end-equipment, like communications, server, industrial, and personal electronics have design challenges solved by the DC/DC converter’s control-mode. This session will compare and contrast 3 different devices using 3 different control modes under the same design criteria to see how each control mode solves particular size, efficiency, external component, ripple and transient response design challenges.
The mmWave training series is designed for you to learn the fundamentals of FMCW technology and mmWave sensors, and start development quickly. TI's portfolio of mmWave sensors features the AWR automotive radar sensor family and the IWR industrial mmWave sensor family, which are intended to be used for detecting range, velocity and angle of objects. Learn more about the silicon, tools, software and some of the applications for both mmWave families in the mmWave training series.
Provides details of the software, hardware, tools, and resource components that make up the SimpleLink SDK software development kit, with an overview of TI-RTOS concepts and labs illustrating how to use the SDK to build and port applications between SimpleLink devices.