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Energy storage made more efficient with 2kW power reference design

Energy storage made more efficient with 2kW power reference design
  Texas Instruments has introduced the industry’s first 2-kilowatt (kW) isolated bidirectional DC/DC converter reference design for 48 to 400V Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS) and energy storage systems.
7th June 2017

How is smart power evolving?

How is smart power evolving?
  The term 'smart power' is used to refer to the automatic response of a power chip to an external situation. Now, it means much more.
27th April 2017

Harvest ambient energy for efficient nano power solutions

Niranjan shows how TI's portfolio of Energy Harvesting solutions draw power from ambient sources like light, heat, vibration and electromagnetic frequency to help you design truly efficient, battery-less nano power solutions.
2nd November 2015


Connect devices to the IoT with energy harvesting

Connect devices to the IoT with energy harvesting
Texas Instruments' SimpleLink ultra-low power wireless MCU platform helps customers go battery-less with energy harvesting or enjoy always-on, coin cell-powered operation for multiple years. This industry-first technology provides customers with the flexibility needed to develop products that support multiple wireless connectivity standards using a single-chip and identical RF design.
25th February 2015

Solar Dice: conquering the Internet of Things world

The Solar Dice demo video walks designers through a simple, flexible and cost-effective solution that powers sensors and other ultra-low power devices that contain no batteries or very small capacity batteries.
17th July 2014

Devkit for high-performance solar power systems

Devkit for high-performance solar power systems
  Enabling engineers to design highly efficient and reliable grid-tied solar micro inverters, Texas Instruments announces the C2000 Solar Micro Inverter Development Kit. The kit implements a complete grid-tied solar micro inverter based around TI's C2000 Piccolo TMS320F28035 microcontroller.
16th May 2014

Nano timers reduce standby power consumption by 80%

Nano timers reduce standby power consumption by 80%
Texas Instruments today introduced two programmable system timers that significantly reduce system standby power consumption. The TPL5000 with watchdog timer and TPL5100 with MOS driver draw only 30 nA of current, a reduction of 90 percent compared to competitive solutions. They also replace a microcontroller’s internal timer, allowing the MCU to remain in low-power sleep mode.
23rd August 2013

TI Announces Smart Bypass Diode With Industry's Lowest Power Dissipation

Texas Instruments introduce a smart bypass diode in a standard surface-mount package with 15-A current handling capability and the industry’s lowest power dissipation. In a typical application, each SM74611 lowers power dissipation by 80 percent and reduces the operating temperature inside the junction box by 50 degrees C when compared with a similar box using three conventional Schottky diodes.
13th March 2013

TI Announces Smart Bypass Diode With Industry's Lowest Power Dissipation

Texas Instruments introduce a smart bypass diode in a standard surface-mount package with 15-A current handling capability and the industry’s lowest power dissipation. In a typical application, each SM74611 lowers power dissipation by 80 percent and reduces the operating temperature inside the junction box by 50 degrees C when compared with a similar box using three conventional Schottky diodes.
3rd January 2013

TI infuses C2000 Concerto dual-core microcontrollers with higher performance, increased memory and more I/Os in a smaller package

Texas Instruments announces its latest 32-bit C2000 Concerto microcontrollers for renewable energy and smart grid applications that require power conversion, remote data sharing, diagnostics, monitoring and control from a single device.
3rd October 2012

Become an ultra-low power expert and achieve ultimate power optimization with TI’s new ULP Advisor software code analysis tool for MSP430 microcontrollers

Today Texas Instruments Incorporated announced another ultra-low-power industry first with the ULP Advisor software code analysis tool, teaching developers how to create the most energy-efficient, ultra-low-power applications with TI’s MSP430 microcontrollers – and helping make the world greener one design at a time.
22nd May 2012

Renewable Energy Developer’s Kit Overview

This document describes the Renewable Energy Developer’s Kit evaluation board designed to work with Texas Instruments C2000 microcontrollers. This kit is a part of TI’s digital power tools package designed to give customers an opportunity to quickly evaluate TI C2000 products for power conversion applications at a safe input voltage and power level.
9th March 2012

CC430 Energy Harvesting

Information on energy harvesting and end appliations and how CC430 and TI play a role.
7th February 2012

Jumpstart development for renewable energy applications with TI’s new C2000 MCU solar kits

Helping make the world greener, Texas Instruments Incorporated announces two new solar kits based on its C2000 32-bit Piccolo and Concerto microcontrollers (MCUs). These new solar kits bring advanced peripherals, application-targeted development hardware, schematics, comprehensive software libraries of algorithms and an industry-leading development environment to the renewable energy market, allowing designers to easily create solar inverter designs while evaluating various solar algorithms and topologies.
7th February 2012

Ultra Low Power Meets Energy Harvesting

Macro-scale energy harvesting technologies in the form of windmills, watermills and passive solar power systems have been around for centuries. Now, as designers seek to cut the cords, they turn to microenergy harvesting systems that can scavenge milliwatts from solar, vibrational, thermal and biological sources. However, understanding ultra-low power from the sourcing side brings challenges as harvested power derived from ambient sources tends to be unregulated, intermittent and small.
4th January 2012


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