The TI-PMLK is the first collection of power management curriculum, coursework and labs for education. It is intended to educate students on electronic theory and TI power supply design. Students will learn the theory behind switching power supplies and linear regulators and, through hands-on experiments using different boards, go deeper into power issues such as modes of operation; efficiency; accuracy; power magnetics; control; and transient response.

The series was developed in partnership with Dr. Nicola Femia, a respected power expert and faculty member at the University of Salerno in Italy. Together with Dr. Femia, we are committed to providing educators with a hands-on learning platform to teach students power supply for real world applications.

What's covered?

The Power Management Lab Kit series is comprised of five boards, each offering unique experiments and accompanied by an experiment lab book covering four key power topologies and case studies demonstrating different aspects of power supply design tradeoffs.

The boards cover a variety of possible tests and measurements which can be performed in teaching labs. The boards are designed to investigate the influence of physical parameters and operation conditions of a power supply on its own performance.

Related TI devices to supplement power management coursework and projects

BQ51013BEVM-764 | BQ51050BEVM-764

Perfect for wireless power courses, the wireless power evaluation kits from TI's BQ family are high-performance, easy-to-use development kits for the design of wireless power solutions.


Ultra low-power boost converter with battery management evaluation module for energy harvesting applications. Programmed from the factory for settings compatible with most MCUs and 3V coin cell batteries.


A digitally-controlled single phase PFC pre-regulator EVM that can be reconfigured into a dual-phase interleaved PFC or bridge-less PFC topologies with hardware and firmware updates. The EVM can also be reprogrammed with custom firmware, allowing students to add functions suited to their needs.