Webinar: Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Digital Power Designs

Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas and Texas Instruments will host a webinar about TI’s C2000 portfolio of fixed point, floating point and multi-core processors. The webcast will focus on advanced motor control techniques, digital light emitting diode (LED) control and renewable power in solar power systems. The web-based training seminar will take place March 15, 2012, at 9:30 am PDT (11:30 am CDT, 12:30 pm EDT). The title of the 60-minute webinar is: Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Digital Power Designs

The Avnet webinar will introduced TI’s C2000 portfolio of fixed point, floating point and multi-core processors along with an application based review of digital power solutions. The training event will then present real world examples of critical applications with a focus on digital power solutions for advanced motor control, digital LED control and solar-powered applications. In addition, the webcast will offer a full review of products and available resources (including software and tooling).

Attendees of the webinar will be eligible to purchase a Piccolo F28069x controlSTICK and the Code Composer Studio v5 software (sold separately) for under $25 (a $500 value), along with other big discounts on other featured TI development tools.

Webinar Topics

  • Overview of C2000 Product Family and Use in Energy Efficient Applications
  • Increasing Efficiency in Advanced Motor Control Applications
  • Increasing Efficiency in Digital LED Control Applications
  • Renewable Power: Solar Power Systems

The webinar will be presented by Brett Novak and Jim Carver. Novak is the Product Marketing Engineer for TI’s C2000 Microcontroller Group. Brett graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2001 and has been in the electronics industry for over ten years. Brett started with Texas Instruments in 2010 in the C2000 Microcontroller Group. Carver is a leading expert in microcontroller and security technologies. He has been integral in educating Avnet’s customers on the advantages of these growing technologies. He has a BSCE degree from University of California San Diego.

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