DALLAS /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) introduced a precision analog design library that provides comprehensive board-level precision designs to help engineers quickly evaluate and customize their systems while expanding their analog knowledge base. The TI Precision Designs library includes categories of Reference, Verified, and CerTIfied Designs that provide all of the methodology and results and design and simulation files needed for customers to quickly evaluate and customize their systems and speed end products to market.
TI Precision Designs provide system designers with:
- Reference Designs. Circuits complete with theory, simulation, calculation, and design methodology.
- Verified Designs. Reference designs built and characterized with everything needed to take a concept to copper, including bench results, Gerber files, and schematics.
- CerTIfied designs. Verified designs characterized for real-world environmental testing, such as EMC, ESD, and EMIRR.
"Our customers need to execute their projects with both speed and expertise. TI Precision Designs combines methodology and tools with proven results, giving engineers a starting point to quickly customize for their unique design needs," said Amy Warner, Manager of TI Precision Analog. "Our comprehensive and accurate simulation models enable reliable comparison between simulation and tested results, enabling engineers to move from concept to copper with confidence."
With TI Precision Designs, board- and system-level designers can search for precision analog designs by design and analog product type, plus end equipment and application function:
- Design type, including Reference, Verified and CerTIfied Designs.
- Product type, such as amplifier, analog-to-digital converter, or digital-to-analog converter.
- End equipment, such as functional block or electrocardiograph.
- Application function, such as current source, data acquisition, thermocouple, temperature sensing, or pulse-width modulation generator.
Tools and Support
Additional design support is available on the Precision Data Converter and Precision Amplifiers Forums in the TI E2E Community, where engineers can ask questions and get answers from TI experts.
Nearly 20 TI Precision Designs are available to download, including:
- Reference Design: Current sensing solution for industrial automation
- Verified Design: Data acquisition block for ECG systems
- CerTIfied Design: Bridge sensor signal conditioner with current loop, EMC compatibility for automation and process control
New designs will be added to the library on an ongoing basis.
Online Analog Design Tools and Support
Easy-to-use design tools and resources keep engineers at the top of their game and shorten time to market. TI's WEBENCH Design Center is an ecosystem of online and downloadable tools that speed analog design and deliver custom results in minutes. PowerLab provides a library of 1,000+ power reference designs for any application; TI Precision Designs include complete simulation files for designers to match expected results with real-world performance. Join more than 120,000 engineers in the TI E2E Community, where engineers can ask questions and get answers from TI experts on topics ranging from power management to data acquisition, signal conditioning, interface, and more.
Learn more about TI Precision Designs , data converters, and amplifiers by visiting the links below:
- Get bite-size technical lessons from amplifier and linear guru Bruce Trump at his blog, The Signal.
- Learn how to avoid amplifier input/output swing limitations in this video from amplifier and linear expert Art Kay.
- Get your amplifier design started with the TI Precision Amplifier Starter Kit.
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