Is every 32-bit MCU designed the same? No. There is a line of V850ES MCUs from Renesas that are extremely low power, yet high performance, with up to 1MB Flash memory density. These unique products solve the contracting requirements for increasing software and extending battery life in portable applications. Their leading 1.9DMIPS/MHz enables these MCUs to operate with high energy efficiency by doing more work at a lower clock rate. Combined with unique architectural enhancements, the V850ES/Jx3-L is one of leading low-power high-memory density MCUs. In this webinar, we will explore how the V850ES/Jx3-L can effectively support complex, portable applications.
In this webcast, we will discuss:
- Healthcare drivers shaping the medical market.
- Selection criteria for MCU/MPUs used in medical devices (including requirements for Analog and low power as well as trends around connectivity and user interface)
- The importance of both hardware and software in the design of a medical device
Texas Instruments (TI) introduces new Integrated Power Solutions for DC/DC conversion. These products - the TPS8267xstep-down regulator and TPS84620 highly integrated point-of-load solution - feature an integrated inductor and passive components aimed at speeding development time and simplifying power design.
The TPS84620 is a highly integrated point-of-load solution with high density and efficiency and 30% better thermal dissipation compared to competitor solutions. The QFN package combines the inductor and passives onto one device and requires only three external components, making design layout extremely simple. Target applications include broadband and communications infrastructure, along with automated test and medical equipment.
The TPS8267x step-down regulator combines all external components on TI's new MicroSiP™ package - easing design for portable electronics. Plus a unique PWM frequency dithering feature reduces noise and improves performance. The TPS8267x is ideal for use in low-power performance applications, such as cell phones, smart phones, portable audio/video, digital TV, WLAN, GPS, Bluetooth® and portable medical devices.
Join Avnet Electronics Marketing's Chris Cooper for a brief 11-minute overview of both device families, which will include product roadmaps, available products, development tools and technical support offered by Avnet.
Save time. Design with ease. Get to market faster. Learn more about National Semiconductor’s SIMPLE SWITCHER® power modules and how they deliver an all-in-one power solution with superior EMI and thermal performance in an innovative package. Be one of the first 100 registrants to watch the seminar and complete the survey to win a free SIMPLE SWITCHER power module t-shirt.
Are you working on a design that requires driving LEDs? This tutorial will discuss the basic characteristics of an LED circuit and different solutions available for driving LEDs in various applications. You will then be instructed in more detail about the ideal placement, performance and characteristics of Constant Current Regulators (CCR) and will be shown a demonstration of an application comparing a common resistor biased solution and a Constant Current Regulator (CCR) biased solution driving multiple strings of LEDs.
In less than 20 minutes, you will understand how to optimize your LED design using a Constant Current Regulator solution to drive your LEDs more efficiently and cost effectively.