This is an on-demand version of Battery management deep dive technical training - 2020, which took place on October 13-14,This technical training was especially developed for design engineers working with power supply for battery-powered applications. All presentations and Q&A sessions were recorded and available for you to watch and download the content.
The T-60 series will give an overview on overcoming technical and design challenges in space grade power designs, from basics on qualification and radiation to more complex topics around power design techniques.
The series will be divided into specific themes, each of which will contain multiple sub-topics around different areas of space-grade design. Learn the basics of Qualified Manufacturers List Class V (QMLV), flow and qualification, as well as how to address low voltage power design challenges related to FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs and precision analog.
Tired of making unnecessary sacrifices with your battery-pack design that make it more difficult to ensure the safety and protection of your system? The BQ76952 & BQ76942 devices makes it easy for you to have it all: highly accurate, real-time readings while extending battery life; integrated features, such as high-side FET drivers and LDOs to reduce BOM; and programmable protections against voltage, current and temperature spikes that automatically trigger fuse and on-board diagnostics.
The need for improved power density is clear, but what limits designers from increasing power density today? Watch this five-part training series where we outline how to achieve higher power density by examining four critical aspects of high-power-density solutions, as well as relevant TI technologies and products supporting these specific requirements.
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In this series, we'll discuss the key design challenges need to be addressed for the automotive camera modules and how to solve those challenges using a PMIC.
TI’s Power Supply Design Seminar (PSDS) is an essential training curriculum for power supply design engineers. This on-demand training course addresses basic design principles, advanced power supply concepts and real-world application examples. Select any topic and start learning today.
Each topic includes training videos, a technical white paper and presentation PDF.
Start by selecting any of the topics below or on the left-side topic navigation.
From laptop adapters to power tools, any end equipment powered from the AC grid represents a complex load where the input current is not always in phase with the instantaneous line voltage. As such, the end equipment consumes both real power as well as reactive power from the grid. The ratio between real, usable power (measured in watts) and the total real-plus-reactive power is known as the power factor.
eFuses are highly integrated ICs that offer device and system-level protection at the input or the output. Traditionally, complete power path protection circuitry was accomplished with a handful of discrete components – components that can use up to 70% greater board space, introduce unnecessary design hurdles, and potentially slow your time to market if UL recognition is required. Those problems are eliminated with our fully integrated eFuses that include over current, over voltage, reverse polarity and more essential protection functions.
Enterprise data centers. Programmable logic controllers for fully-automated factories. Surround-view systems in your vehicle. What do these applications have common? If a fault impacts the power rails, the impact could be disastrous. Browse our video content or fully tested reference designs to see how our protection devices are solving real-world problems for these spaces.
Or, jump right into our parametric table below to find the eFuse that meets your specification.
Browse through our beginner resources below if you’re brand new to eFuses or need a refresher on common eFuse functions.
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is an essential part of every power-supply design, but too often gets relegated to the end of the design flow, at which point its resolution can be time-consuming, costly and inefficient. This seven part video series will help dispel fears about EMI, and show how to find and fix the issues.