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TI to Exhibit Power-Management Portfolio at APEC 2022

Throughout APEC, TI experts will share insights into the technologies that are making it possible to enhance system-level performance now and in the future.

Texas Instruments (TI) has declared to demonstrate at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) how engineers can overcome some of their most pressing power-management design challenges.

TI Power-Management APECFrom March 20 through 24 in booth No. 514, the company will showcase the newest additions to its power-management portfolio and demonstrate system-level solutions for increasing power density; reducing electromagnetic interference (EMI), noise and quiescent current (IQ); and extending reliability.

“For decades, TI has been at the forefront of developing new processes, packaging and circuit-design technologies that help power designers achieve higher power density, extend battery life, reduce EMI, preserve power and signal integrity, and maintain reliability in their systems,” said Mark Gary, Senior Vice President, Analog Power Products. “Our commitment to delivering next-generation power-management solutions are helping engineers achieve new levels of performance, improve energy efficiency and increase reliability in applications ranging from automotive powertrain and body electronics to electric vehicle (EV) charging, solar power and medical equipment.”

Power experts will also lead 16 industry and technical sessions on these topics at the event in Houston.

TI is debuting three new products at APEC to help engineers mitigate EMI and noise in their systems:

  • The 36-V, 3-A LMQ66430 and LMQ66430-Q1 buck converters integrate two input bypass capacitors and one boot capacitor, enabling engineers to easily meet Comité International Spécial des Perturbations Radioélectriques (CISPR) 25 Class 5 EMI standards while offering a best-in-class total solution size, industry-leading 1.5-µA quiescent current (IQ) and reduced bill-of-materials costs. To learn more about the benefits of these devices, read the technical article, “Using buck regulators with integrated capacitors to lower EMI and save board space.”
  • The TPS7A94 low-dropout (LDO) linear regulator combines the industry’s lowest noise of 0.46 µVRMS – at least 42% lower than competing solutions – with a high power-supply rejection ratio, helping designers improve system accuracy and precision in highly sensitive applications such as medical equipment, wireless infrastructure and radar. To learn more, read the technical article, “LDO basics: noise – part 1.”

Throughout APEC, TI experts will share insights into the technologies that are making it possible to enhance system-level performance now and in the future.

APEC attendees can explore topics such as achieving low EMI using a dual random spread-spectrum scheme; driving power density higher using 650-V GaN FETs in 800-V power converters, and delivering the most advanced protection and diagnostics with isolated gate drivers for automotive applications.

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