The LM5150RUMEVM evaluation module (EVM) is designed to supply a minimum voltage from a vehicle battery during cranking and provides the design engineer with a fully functional boost converter to evaluate the LM5150 Wide VIN Automotive Low IQ Boost Controller IC.
In applications, including thermostats, medical handheld terminals, automotive clusters, tablets, and notebook computers, designers need to figure out how to make the display as readable as possible without eye strain, while also consuming as little power as possible.
This reference design features an ultrasonic distance sensor that fits in an M12 housing due to its high integration and optimized layout. The design offers an IO-Link interface to communicate with the system control, which makes it industry 4.0 ready.
ACT2803 is a space-saving and dedicated single-chip solution for dual-cell battery charge and discharge. It takes 5 V USB input source to charge a dual-cell battery with boost configuration in three phases: preconditioning, constant current, and constant voltage.
The design of programmable hardware traditionally is derived from a strong mechanical engineering legacy using embedded devices to mimic what used to be done mechanically or electromechanically somewhat.
The document describes a non-isolated, high-efficiency, high power factor (PF) LED driver designed to drive a nominal LED string voltage of 85 V at 200 mA from an input voltage range of 90 VAC to 135 VAC (47 Hz – 63 Hz).
Designers are being increasingly asked to add image and video analysis capabilities to current networks and new products, particularly for security applications. Facial and vehicle recognition is especially desirable and can add considerable value.