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Texas Instruments Motor Control Drives Whitepaper Download

Discover how you can deliver smaller, more cost-effective solutions in electric and hybrid vehicle through integrated and intelligent motor drive control. As the hybrid electric vehicles/electric vehicles (HEV/EV) market begins to increase, the need for efficient and smarter motor-position control becomes more critical. Today more than ever, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are focused on how… Read more »

Texas Instruments reference design adds Wi-Fi capability to charging stations

Texas Instruments (NASDAQ: TXN) has introduced a reference design that adds Wi-Fi connectivity to an EV charging station, enabling drivers to remotely monitor and control the charging of their vehicles. The new reference design uses TI’s SimpleLink Wi-Fi wireless microcontroller (MCU) technology, which allows designers to create stations that intelligently charge at non-peak times or… Read more »

Texas Instruments Motor Control Drives

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Texas Instruments launches new motor drivers for performance powertrains

Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced two new automotive motor drivers that support high-performance powertrain applications. The DRV8305-Q1, an integrated three-phase brushless DC gate driver, and the UCC27211A-Q1, a high-current half-bridge gate driver, are designed to improve system performance and provide design flexibility for a range of automotive system requirements. For powertrain applications such as transmission… Read more »

Texas Instruments introduces integrated battery monitor and protector

Texas Instruments (NASDAQ: TXN) has introduced what it calls the industry’s first integrated battery monitor and protector. The enticingly-named bq76PL455A-Q1 provides cell-voltage monitoring for large batteries with up to 256 cells in a series. The bq76PL455A-Q1 is designed to reveal a pack’s state of charge and state of health by precisely measuring cell voltage, and… Read more »

Study at University of Texas demonstrates silicon’s ability to harvest energy from heat

A team from the University of Texas at Dallas has teamed up with Texas Instruments to demonstrate silicon’s ability to harvest energy from heat while still remaining mass-producible. “In a general sense, waste heat is everywhere: the heat your car engine generates, for example,” said Mark Lee, head of UT Dallas’s Department of Physics and… Read more »