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.
Board designers are constantly looking for ideas to optimize their printed circuit board (PCB) designs. From reducing board size to lowering costs and the number of components, maximizing efficiency is a requirement for almost any design.
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.
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This training series introduces the OpenVX framework for heterogeneous compute on TI’s Jacinto™ 7 processors. The first module in this series provides background concepts of OpenVX as well as an example of an OpenVX application. The second module introduces TI’s implementation of the OpenVX standard and demonstrates how it is an ideal fit for application development on TI’s Jacinto™ 7 processors.
With the introduction of the C2000 TMS320F2838x device family, the EtherCAT communication peripheral is available on-chip. This training series will cover:
- What is EtherCAT
- How EtherCAT enables device synchronization on a network
- Details regarding EtherCAT Slave node hardware and software
- Features of EtherCAT on TMS320F2838x devices
- Overview of an EtherCAT application flow and software development on TMS320F2838x devices
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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With basic and advanced resources, this video series covers many of topics you need to start your design and simulation with the PSpice® for TI tool. These concise videos provide step-by-step instructions to help you understand features and functions of the tool in just a few minutes. Resources range from basic tool use to simulation set-up to Monte Carlo analysis to get you up and running on your next design.