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DC Power Line Communication (PLC) Reference Design
The DC (24 V, nominal) Power-Line Communication (PLC) reference design is intended as an evaluation module that customers can use to develop end-products for industrial applications leveraging the capability to deliver both power and communications over the same DC power line. The reference design provides a complete design guide for the hardware and firmware design of a master (PLC) node, or a slave (PLC) node in an extremely small (approximately 1-inch diameter) industrial form factor.
Multiple Channels of High Density LED Control for Automotive Headlight Applications
This design, featuring the TMS320F2803x Piccolo microcontroller, implements a high-efficiency, multichannel DC-DC LED control system for typically automotive lighting systems. The design support up to six channels of LED controls, each with a maximum of 1.2-A current driving capabilities. With a 2-stage power topology of boost and buck, the system can be operated with a wide input DC voltage from 8 V to 20 V, which fits perfectly in automotive applications.
Automotive Digitally Controlled Boost Power Supply
This TI reference design is an automotive voltage boost converter module. The purpose of this module is to supply a steady voltage to vehicle electronics by boosting during voltage droop events such as engine crank. The design is based on the C2000 Real-Time Microcontroller, and will provide up to 400 Watts of power from a 12-V automotive battery system. This solution supports continuous operational input voltage of 6 V to 16 V with protection against 36-V load dump to provide a stable 12-V output supply with reverse battery protection.