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Total system power for battery operated apps- TPS65290 PMU
by ARROW - 2013-09-12 15:54 - 16,712 views
Are you working on a single cell battery operated system? TI System and Applications manager, Nat Natarajan discusses how to use the TPS65290 ultra low power PMU to power multiple rails within your design. Nat Natarajan - Systems and Applications manager
Safely Drive High Brightness LEDs with LM3466
by ARROW - 2013-09-12 15:53 - 25,345 views
Learn how to safely drive high brightness LEDs in parallel configurations with TI's LM3466 Multi-String LED Current Balancer for use with constant current power supplies
Engineer It: What is a multiplying DAC (MDAC)?
by ARROW - 2013-08-23 17:22 - 7,233 views
Learn what a multiplying DAC (MDAC) is and how it works. Toward the end of the video, you'll get three tips to keep in mind when designing with an MDAC
Engineer It: When to use an analog temp sensor vs a thermistor
by ARROW - 2013-08-23 17:22 - 7,501 views
Learn how analog temperature sensors favorably compare with NTC thermistors when interfacing to an analog-to-digital converter. We'll compare the output voltage to temperature curves for both devices, provide a supply current comparison, and explain the importance of output impedance.
Engineer It: How to terminate an unused op amp
by ARROW - 2013-08-23 17:21 - 4,504 views
Find out how to properly terminate an unused op amp, the benefits of doing so, commonly used circuit limitations, and how to select a proper configuration from senior applications field engineer, Todd Toporski.
Engineer It: How to measure additive jitter in fanout buffer
by ARROW - 2013-08-23 17:21 - 3,875 views
Learn how to properly measure residual noise of clock fanout buffers so as not to degrade system performance in high precision applications from Jim Catt, manager of TI's clocking application group.
How to design a power system for harsh environments
by ARROW - 2013-08-23 17:20 - 3,966 views
Component selection in a PCB design is critical when designing a power system for harsh environments. Learn how to properly design a power system for harsh environments from senior applications engineer, Ramesh Khanna.
How to simplify high voltage current measurements
by ARROW - 2013-08-23 17:20 - 3,963 views
Learn how to simplify high voltage current measurements from applications engineer, Chuck Sins, and current sense expert, Paul Grohe.
LT3081 1.5A Single Resistor Rugged Linear Regulator with Monitors - Video Product Brief
by ARROW - 2013-08-17 11:54 - 4,586 views
The LT3081 is a 1.5A low dropout linear regulator designed for rugged industrial applications with monitoring and protection features. Key features of the device are the extended safe operating area, wide input and output voltage ranges, output current monitor, temperature monitor and programmable current limit. The LT3081 uses a current source reference for single resistor output voltage settings and output adjustable down to '0' and can be paralleled for higher output current or heat spreading. Furthermore the current from the device's current monitor can be summed with the set current for line-drop compensation. The device withstands reverse input and reverse output-to-input voltages without reverse current flow. This architecture features a high-accuracy current-source reference and offers low noise, wide input & output voltage, and good PSRR.
Igniting opportunities in diverse industries with the 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor Family
by ARROW - 2013-08-17 11:53 - 4,461 views
The 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family provides excellent CPU, graphics, media performance, flexibility, and enhanced security for connected, managed, and secure intelligent systems.

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