Category: Power

10kW 3-Phase 3-Level SiC Grid Tie Inverter Reference Design

TI is unleashing the power of silicon carbide with a new, verified reference design that provides an overview on how to implement a three-level, three-phase SiC based DC:AC grid-tie inverter stage. In this video you will learn the advantages of a three-level topology; what TI technology is driving the SiC MOSFETs;  how and where are we sensing V & I; what is behind the digital power…

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2-kW isolated bidirectional DC-DC converter reference design for UPS

The 2-kW isolated bidirectional DC-DC converter reference design (TIDA-00951) is capable of power transfer between a 400-V DC-BUS and a 12-14 cell lithium battery pack for use in UPS, battery backup and power storage applications.

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2018 Battery Management Deep Dive technical training

Download presentation and view recorded sessions from 2018 Battery Management Deep Dive technical training. 

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3-Level Buck Converter: How it Works?

This video explains what is at the heart of the new 3-level buck battery charger technology and how it allows for up to 5% efficiency improvements compared to conventional architectures, ultimately leading to quicker charge times with less thermal loss.

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3D time-of-flight sensor theory of operation

Explore the theory of operation behind 3D time of flight sensors.

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A comprehensive methodology to qualify the reliability of GaN products

A comprehensive methodology to qualify the reliability of GaN products

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A detailed look at how Power Modules are built and the implications to different applications

TI has more than 100 different power modules, and many different manufacturing flows for varying module types. Join us live as we take a detailed look at how these power modules are built and the impact that each of the manufacturing flows have on your application. We’ll help you navigate the options so that you can better understand the performance the trade-offs for each module. 

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AC & DC Specifications: Offset Error, Gain Error, CMRR, PSRR, SNR, and THD

This video is part of the TI Precision Labs – ADCs curriculum.  It highlights the key AC & DC specifications including offset error, gain error, common mode rejection ratio (CMRR), power supply rejection ratio (PSRR), signal to noise ration (SNR), and total harmonic distortion (THD).

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AC & DC Specifications: Offset Error, Gain Error, CMRR, PSRR, SNR, and THD

Thisvideo is part ofthe TI Precision Labs ADCs curriculum. It highlights the key AC & DC specifications including offset error, gain error, common mode rejection ratio (CMRR), power supply rejection ratio(PSRR), signal to noise ration (SNR), and total harmonic distortion (THD).

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Achieve Precise Measurement for Smoke Detector Designs

This video provides an introduction to the internal components of typical smoke detectors.

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Actev Motors & TI Drive Smart Kart Success

Who doesn't enjoy karting? Watch this video to learn about smart karting and what technology enables it already now.

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Actev Motors & TI Drive Smart Kart Success

Who doesn't enjoy karting? Watch this video to learn about smart karting and what technology enables it already now.

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Advanced charging features

This presentation discusses the proper use and programming of new functions for high performance battery chargers such as "Input Current Optimization," "relative VINDPM," "Programmable D+/D- Handshake," etc.

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Advanced motion detector design demo

In this video you will learn a method to achieve advanced motion detection with false trigger avoidance and pet detection using a low power reference design.

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Advanced Topics on the BQ40z80 - 5, 6, and 7 Cell Systems

The BQ40z80 can be configured for use in 2S to 7S battery packs.  To use the 7S configuration requires additional configuration of the device, which is explained in this video.

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Advanced Topics on the BQ40z80 - 5, 6, and 7 Cell Systems

The BQ40z80 can be configured for use in 2S to 7S battery packs.  To use the 7S configuration requires additional configuration of the device, which is explained in this video.

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Advanced Topics on the BQ40z80 - Current Scaling

The BQ40z80 natively supports pack capacities up to 29Ah and battery currents up to 32A, and the BQ40z80 also includes a scale factor that can be set between 0 and 100 to “scale up” the currents seen by the coulomb counter. This video gives an overview of this function.

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Advanced Topics on the BQ40z80 - Current Scaling

The BQ40z80 natively supports pack capacities up to 29Ah and battery currents up to 32A, and the BQ40z80 also includes a scale factor that can be set between 0 and 100 to scale up the currents seen by the coulomb counter. This video gives an overview of this function.

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Advanced Topics on the BQ40z80 - LED Configuration

The BQ40z80 2S to 7S gauge plus protector has a configurable LED indicator for displaying state of charge, and can be configured for up to 6 LED's with half-step flashing. This video shows this feature in more detail.

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Advanced Topics on the BQ40z80 - LED Configuration

The BQ40z80 2S to 7S gauge plus protector has a configurable LED indicator for displaying state of charge, and can be configured for up to 6 LED's with half-step flashing. This video shows this feature in more detail.

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