Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Sponsor: Texas Instruments
Duration: 30 Minutes
Increase your awareness and basic understanding of isolated amplifiers and isolated modulators: what they are, why they are used, common applications, and key electrical and isolation specifications. Major topics of this webinar include:
- The differences between isolated amplifiers and modulators (input to output, how the output is processed)
- Basic vs. reinforced isolation
- Current vs. voltage sensing
- Low-grade vs. high-grade. TI device examples: AMC1300, AMC1311, ISO224
- Key isolation specs and their importance for achieving reliable operation and longest lifetime
Alexander Smith, Applications Engineer, Texas Instruments
Alexander Smith is an applications engineer for Texas Instruments (TI). He supports TI’s isolated amplifiers and isolated modulator portfolio, the bio-potential delta-sigma data converters, and some of TI’s sensor measurement products. Alexander spends most of his time on direct customer support and collateral generation such as videos, EVM design and application notes.
Alexander grew up in the southern Midwest of the United States and completed college at the University of Arkansas. He started his career as an engineer through internships in the power delivery sector, then joined TI as a product marketing engineer and eventually transitioned into the applications role.