Mouser Electronics announces stocking of two new USB solutions from Texas Instruments (TI). The new range includes TPS25740/TPS25740A USB source controllers and the TUSB1002 USB 3.1 10Gbps linear redriver.
The new solutions are sought to meet global industry standards enhancing connectivity of peripherals by quickly and easily transferring data and matching the needs of wide variety of personal and consumer electronics, automotive and industrial USB designs.
The turnkey solutions exclusive at Mouser Electronics are:
- USB Power Delivery (PD) devices that implement a source that is compliant to USB Power Delivery 2.0 version 1.2 and Type-C revision 1.2.
- The TPS25740/TPS25740A controllers enable up to three different voltages using USB-PD, and are pin-selectable both in voltage and peak power settings.
- Integrated into each controller is also an impressive set of protection features for high voltage and safety. Target applications for these devices include data-less USB-PD adaptors, dedicated charging ports, and power banks.
- The TPS25740/TPS25740A source controllers are supported by evaluation modules, which are also available from Mouser.
- TI’s TUSB1002 is claimed the industry’s first dual-channel USB 3.1 Gen 2 redriver and signal conditioner.
- Tailored for precise communication in diverse electronic applications, these ultra-low-power architecture devices also help reduce idle power consumption through the use of USB 3.1 low-power modes, and feature a linear equalizer with 14 settings that compensate for signal path losses.
With extensive support of both USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) and Gen 2 (10 Gbps), the TUSB1002 showcases design flexibility with its dual-lane implementation and small package size. It is also sought to offer best-in-class equalization performance to help system designs pass standard USB compliance.
To give an end-to-end design experience, Mouser is availing the supported evaluation module of TUSB1002 linear redriver.
The TUSB1002 device is ideal for notebook and desktop computers, TVs, tablets, active cable, cell phones, and docking stations.