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Buck boost controller

High Voltage DC-DC Synchronous Buck-Boost Controller – ISL81801EVAL1Z

The ISL81801EVAL1Z evaluation board includes the ISL81801, an 80V bidirectional synchronous buck-boost controller with a constant voltage/current output. A customizable switching frequency ranging from 100kHz to 600kHz aids in optimizing inductor size, while the robust gate driver allows for high power buck-boost output. This board is intended for high-current applications up to 120W. 

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TPS61288EVM-064 Synchronous Boost Converter

DC-DC Synchronous Boost Converter – TPS61288

Texas Instruments TPS61288EVM-064 Synchronous Boost Converter is a high-power density, fully-integrated synchronous boost converter. The Texas Instruments TPS61288EVM-064 employs peak current control topology with SOO modulation to regulate the output voltage. The device operates in the pulse width modulation (PWM) mode in moderate to heavy load conditions. It automatically runs in the pulse frequency modulation (PFM) mode in light load and low duty cycle conditions. SOO modulation realizes accurate regulation over a wide load/VIN range while maintaining high efficiency and low output ripple. The switching frequency in the PWM mode is 500kHz.

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BLDC Motor Control Evaluation Board
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BLDC Motor Control Evaluation Board – EVAL 6EDL7141 FOC 3SH

Motor tuning and testing under loaded conditions are crucial stages in the product development of a motor controller. In this lab, we can access the MOTIX Motor Control GUI from Infineon to tune the motor on a BLDC Motor Control Evaluation Board – EVAL 6EDL7141 FOC 3SH. Users can also test the motor under various loaded conditions. The motor under test is connected to another motor acting as a generator. This generator is electrically loaded through a series of resistor banks, which, in turn, load the actual motor being tested.

Additionally, users can observe graphs such as speed in RPM versus time, supply voltage and current versus time, and phase voltages. These waveforms provide insights into understanding the motor’s back EMF, speed loop behavior, and other critical performance characteristics.

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DC-DC Synchronous Buck Converter – TPS548A28EVM

DC-DC Synchronous Buck Converter – TPS548A28EVM

The TPS548A28 is a D-CAP3™ synchronous buck converter designed for 15 A output current, and the evaluation module is designed to demonstrate the small printed-circuit-board areas that may be achieved when designing with the device. The high-side and low-side switching MOSFETs are integrated into the device package along with their gate drive circuitry.

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Bluetooth LE SoC - AIROC CYW20829
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Bluetooth LE SoC – AIROC CYW20829

The AIROC CYW20829 is a high-performance, ultra-low-power MCU with Bluetooth LE 5.4, engineered for IoT applications. It integrates advanced features like analog-to-digital audio conversion, I2S/PCM, CAN, and LIN, making it ideal for use in automotive contexts and various communication and timing applications. 

The CYW20829 is particularly suited for devices such as wireless input devices, remotes, keyboards, and Bluetooth Mesh, as well as for asset tracking and IoT solutions requiring 10-dBm RF output power in areas like lighting and home automation. This application note provides an introduction to using the AIROC CYW20829 MCU, offering an overview of its architecture and available development kits, and guides you to additional online resources to enhance your learning and application development.

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Ultra-thin High Efficiency 72W DC-DC Converter Module – MYC0409-NA-EVM

Ultra-thin High Efficiency 72W DC-DC Converter Module – MYC0409-NA-EVM

This EVM features the Ultra-thin High Efficiency 72W DC-DC Converter Module – MYC0409-NA standalone charge pump module configured for operation with 20–60V input voltage range. The output voltage is fixed by divide-by-4 conversion ratio from input voltage. A synchroniser with an external clock can be set with a jumper. The full output current rating of the device can be supplied by the EVM. Input and output capacitors are mounted on the board to accommodate the entire range of input and output voltages. Monitoring test points are provided to allow measurement of voltage, efficiency, power dissipation and load regulation.  Control jumpers and component footprints are provided for use of the ENABLE, PGOOD, and CLK features of the module. The EVM uses a recommended PCB layout that minimizes output ripple and noise.

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Synchronous DC-DC Boost Converter - EV3428A-L-00A

Low IQ Boost Regulator Evaluation Board – LT8365

Low IQ Boost Regulator Evaluation Board – LT®8365 is a boost converter. It operates with a switching frequency of 400kHz and is designed to convert a 9V to 30V source to 250V, with 10mA output current. The demo board contains an optional third charge pump stage for applications requiring higher output voltages. If needed, remove R14 and install optional components. Output voltage sensing connections remain the same. The LT8365 can be used for different topologies with input voltages up to 60V. However, component selection in this demo circuit restricts the input voltage to 30V.

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Synchronous DC-DC Boost Converter - EV3428A-L-00A

DC-DC Synchronous Boost Converter – EV3428A-L-00A

The DC-DC Synchronous Boost Converter – EV3428A-L-00A Evaluation Board is designed to demonstrate the performance of MPS’ MP3428A, which has excellent protection and can provide load with 12V/2A power from typical 3.3V input. The MP3428A is a 600 kHz fixed frequency, high efficiency, wide input range, current mode boost converter with optional internal or external current sensing configuration for high integration and high power application. It features internally a 10mΩ, 24V power switch and a synchronous gate driver for high conversion efficiency. The MP3428A is available in a low profile 22-pin 3mmx4mm QFN package.

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LT8364 - Low IQ Boost Converter

DC-DC Low IQ Boost Converter – LT8364

The DC-DC Low IQ Boost Converter – LT8364 from Analog Devices is a current mode DC/DC converter with a 60 V, 4 A switch operating from a 2.8 V to 60 V input. It is capable of boost, SEPIC or inverting configurations. Burst Mode operation consumes as low as 9µA quiescent current to maintain high efficiency at very low output currents.

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LTM4653 DC-DC μModule Buck Regulator

DC-DC μModule Buck Regulator – LTM4653

The DC-DC μModule Buck Regulator – LTM4653 from Analog Devices is an ultralow noise 58 V, 4 A DC/DC step-down μModule regulator designed to meet the radiated emissions requirements of EN55022. Conducted emission requirements can be met by adding standard filter components. 

It operates over an input voltage range of 3.1 V to 58 V and supports an output voltage range of 0.5 V to 94% of VIN, and a switching frequency range of 250kHz to 3MHz (400kHz default).

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