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Dual 1.5-pF, 5.5-V, ±8-kV ESD protection diode with 1-nA max leakage & VCC pin for USB 2.0 5-SOT-5X3 -40 to 85

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    TIDA-00254 Accurate Point Cloud Generation for 3D Machine Vision Applications using DLP® Technology | TI.com
    TIDA-00254: The 3D Machine Vision reference design employs Texas Instruments DLP® Advanced Light Control Software Development Kit (SDK) for LightCrafter™ series controllers, which allows developers to easily construct 3D point clouds by integrating TI’s digital micromirror device (DMD) technology with cameras, sensors, motors or other peripherals. The highly differentiated 3D Machine Vision system utilizes the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), featuring the DLP4500 WXGA chipset, and enables flexible control of high resolution, accurate patterns for industrial, medical, and security applications.
    High Resolution, Portable Light Steering Reference Design using DLP Technology
    DLP4500-C350REF: This reference design, featuring the DLP® 0.45” WXGA chipset and implemented in the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), enables flexible control of high resolution, accurate patterns for industrial, medical, and scientific applications. With a free USB-based GUI and API, developers can easily integrate TI’s innovative digital micromirror device (DMD) technology with cameras, sensors, motors, and other peripherals to create highly differentiated 3D machine vision systems, 3D printers, and augmented reality displays.
    PMP4403 USB Type-C DFP Charger 5V3A SSR Control Adapter Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP4403: The PMP4403 is an AC in 5V 3A reference design for USB Type-C™ DFP charger applications. It also is compliant with BC 1.2 devices. The solution is a synchronous rectified QR flyback which uses the UCC28740 and UCC24636. Good regulation and dynamic performance is achieved by using a secondary side regulation controller UCC28740. Also Volt-Second balancing SR controller UCC24636 is adopted in the design to improve the efficiency. The solution easily exceeds DoE Level VI and EU CoC V5 Tier-2 standards.
    Software Controller Red/Green/Blue LED on Ultra Low Power Microcontroller
    TIDM-G2XXSWRGBLED: This reference design describes the implementation of a software controlled RGB LED on an MSP430, using a single timer module and Capture Compare Register. This design also includes a serial communication interface for externally
    PMP4488 USB-C DFP 5V3A Car Charger Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP4488: The PMP4488 is low cost 5V3A car charger reference design providing Type C DFP feature and is compliant with BC1.2 device. The design includes a non-synchronous step-down regulator TPS54340 and highly integrated USB type-C controller TPS25810. The PMP4488 demonstrates high efficiency, good line/load regulation and thermal performance.
    PMP11594 USB-C DFP 5V3A Car Charger Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP11594: The PMP11594 is a low cost 5V3A car charger reference design which provides Type C DFP feature and is compliant with BC1.2 device. The design includes a non-synchronous step-down regulator LMR14030 and highly integrated USB type-C controller TPS25810. The PMP11594 demonstrates high efficiency, good line/load regulation and thermal performance.
    Power and Thermal Design Considerations Using TI's AM57x Processor Reference Design
    TIDEP0047: This TI Design (TIDEP0047) is a reference platform based on the AM57x processor and companion TPS659037 power management integrated circuit (PMIC). This TI Design specifically highlights important power and thermal design considerations and techniques for systems designed with AM57x and TPS659037. It includes reference material and documentation covering power management design, power distribution network (PDN) design considerations, thermal design considerations, estimating power consumption, and a power consumption summary.
    TIDA-00782 Portable, High Brightness HD Projection Display Reference Design using DLP® Technology | TI.com
    TIDA-00782: This reference design, featuring the DLP Pico™ 0.45-inch WXGA display chipset enables use of HD resolution for projection display applications such as accessory projectors, smart projectors, mobile Smart TV, built in projectors like projection functionality inside notebooks, laptops and hot spots. The chipset used in the design comprises of DLP4501 (.45 WXGA) DMD and DLPC6401 display controller. The external LED Driver reference design can be accessed under following link: PMP4356
    TIDM-1CHP-DTECT-CO Single-Chip, Portable Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitor Reference Design With MSP430 MCUs | TI.com
    TIDM-1CHP-DTECT-CO: The Single-Chip Portable Carbon Monoxide (CO) monitor reference design is a proof of concept design that showcases the capabilities of the MSP430FG6626 microcontroller (MCU). The CO monitor demonstrates the three different approaches towards constructing a CO monitor and reveals their advantages and disadvantages. The polypotentiostat circuit, which is at the heart of a CO monitor, was constructed using discrete op-amps, integrated MSP430™ MCU op-amps and implemented using an AFE.
    TIDA-00979 RGB LED Signal Tower for Industrial Automation Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00979: The TIDA-00979 TI Design is a multi-segment RGB Signal Tower for industrial process automation. The reference design enables fully flexible control of color and brightness and allows to change easily the amount of segments. With this smart process condition and safety indicator any type of industrial stack light tower can be realized and configured via software.
    Keyboard Controller Using Low Power Microcontroller
    TIDM-KEYBOARD: This reference design describes the implementation of a low-cost, highly-flexible and modular keyboard controller using MSP430. Examples for MSP430F5529 and MSP430G2744, supporting I2C and USB are included.
    TIDC-HYBRID-RF-PLC Hybrid RF and PLC Reference Design Extends Network Coverage and Reliability | TI.com
    TIDC-HYBRID-RF-PLC: The importance of on-time response and monitoring in Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and distribution automation networks increases demands on reliable communications. This TI Design addresses this issue by implementing a solution with both RF and Power Line Communication (PLC). This design can help improve network performance, reliability, capacity, and scalability. The CC13xx wireless MCU acts as both the RF protocol processor and the host for the PLC processor, resulting in additional cost-saving for the system design. This design is based on a proprietary RF solution to provide a reference for choosing various RF protocols and frequency bands as required in different markets. The Hybrid Wireless M-Bus and G3-PLC Reference Design implements a specific version of the hybrid RF+PLC concept.
    PMP10974 Universal AC Input 5V/10A/50W PSR Flyback Power Supply With Over 89% Avg Efficiency Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10974: PMP10974 is a quasi-resonant Flyback power suppy based on the UCC28730 primary side regulation (PSR) controller. The elimination of optocoupler using PSR topology promises higher reliability and lower system cost. The design achieves less than 40mW standby power losses and over 89% average efficiency. The design also features UCC2463x synchronous rectification controller.
    TIDM-KEYBOARD Keyboard Controller Using Low Power Microcontroller | TI.com
    TIDM-KEYBOARD: This reference design describes the implementation of a low-cost, highly-flexible and modular keyboard controller using MSP430. Examples for MSP430F5529 and MSP430G2744, supporting I2C and USB are included.
    Low-Power Sub-1 GHz Wireless Transceiver
    TIDM-LPBP-WIRELESSNODE: The Low-Power Sub-1 GHz Wireless Transceiver reference design enables a low cost bi-directional RF link (when using two transceivers). The on-board Anaren Integrated Radio (AIR) A110LR09A radio module with integrated antenna operates in the European 868-870MHz and US 902-928MHz ISM bands. The included software application, called AIR BoosterStack, demonstrates an example sensor network as well as network status reporting. This type of communication allows development in the industrial, scientific, and medical space where short range devices/communications are used."
    Code Generation and Optimization With FlowESI GUI and EnergyTrace Reference Design
    TIDM-FLOWESI-ETRACE: When designing battery-powered applications, ultra-low power consumption is the key factor in extending the lifetime of a system. Long-running designs must not waste the energy they are provided. Despite choosing appropriate low-power hardware components, firmware also takes an important role to reduce power consumption. This TI design highlights the usage of FlowESI GUI and the EnergyTrace technology to help developers to design and optimize ultra-low-power applications on the EVM430-FR6989.
    DLP4500-C350REF High Resolution, Portable Light Steering Reference Design using DLP Technology | TI.com
    DLP4500-C350REF: This reference design, featuring the DLP® 0.45” WXGA chipset and implemented in the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), enables flexible control of high resolution, accurate patterns for industrial, medical, and scientific applications. With a free USB-based GUI and API, developers can easily integrate TI’s innovative digital micromirror device (DMD) technology with cameras, sensors, motors, and other peripherals to create highly differentiated 3D machine vision systems, 3D printers, and augmented reality displays.
    Serial Interface Dual 8-Channel Relay, LED, Stepper Driver
    TIDA-00117: This reference design includes dual DRV8860 and an MSP430 value line MCU to provide 16-channel low side driver for Relays, LEDs, and Unipolar steppers. The solution suports voltage range from 8V to 38V, 200mA current for each channel, parallel outputs, protection of short condition and open load detection. Serial interface and daisy chain connection of DRV8860 give the most benefits on minimum input IOs and extending the output channels easily. An innovative energizing time and internal automatic PWM duty control provide obvious energy saving function especially for relay and solenoid driving. The PWM duty control also can be used for LED brightness control. Full and half step unipolar stepper motor control logic is also included in this design. The drive stage has integrated protection from short-circuit, under voltage, and over-temperature.
    PLC Motherboard with AC Mains Line Coupling
    TIDA-00192: The PLC motherboard is designed to complement the TI Designs SOMPLC-F28PLC83 and SOMPLC-F28M35. The motherboard implements the key AC line coupling circuitry necessary for the System on Module (SoM) to connect to the mains power. The PLC motherboard also includes expansion headers for RF modules which simplifies the development of a combined PLC+RF systems. TIDA-00192 was implemented using hardware from TMDSPLCDOCK-V4
    TIDM-G2XXSWRGBLED Software Controller Red/Green/Blue LED on Ultra Low Power Microcontroller | TI.com
    TIDM-G2XXSWRGBLED: This reference design describes the implementation of a software controlled RGB LED on an MSP430, using a single timer module and Capture Compare Register. This design also includes a serial communication interface for externally
    TIDEP0047 Power and Thermal Design Considerations Using TI's AM57x Processor Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0047: This TI Design (TIDEP0047) is a reference platform based on the AM57x processor and companion TPS659037 power management integrated circuit (PMIC). This TI Design specifically highlights important power and thermal design considerations and techniques for systems designed with AM57x and TPS659037. It includes reference material and documentation covering power management design, power distribution network (PDN) design considerations, thermal design considerations, estimating power consumption, and a power consumption summary.
    SMBus Design Using Low Power Microcontroller
    TIDM-SMBUS: This design utilizes existing Launchpad evaluation kits and BoosterPack plug-in modules to demonstrate the implementation of a SMBus-based system using Texas Instrument’s MSP430 SMBus Library.
    TIDA-00117 Serial Interface Dual 8-Channel Relay, LED, Stepper Driver | TI.com
    TIDA-00117: This reference design includes dual DRV8860 and an MSP430 value line MCU to provide 16-channel low side driver for Relays, LEDs, and Unipolar steppers. The solution suports voltage range from 8V to 38V, 200mA current for each channel, parallel outputs, protection of short condition and open load detection. Serial interface and daisy chain connection of DRV8860 give the most benefits on minimum input IOs and extending the output channels easily. An innovative energizing time and internal automatic PWM duty control provide obvious energy saving function especially for relay and solenoid driving. The PWM duty control also can be used for LED brightness control. Full and half step unipolar stepper motor control logic is also included in this design. The drive stage has integrated protection from short-circuit, under voltage, and over-temperature.
    85 to 265VAC Input 5V@4A Dual Port Charger For Tablets and Smart Phones Reference Design
    PMP8817: This reference design is capable of charging two devices at 2A each with over 85% efficiency. The UCC24610 synchronous rectifier controller and CSD18533Q5A FET reduce the rectifier loss and provide ultra-high efficiency with a minimal increase in cost. The UCC28700 primary-side regulated flyback further minimizes cost by eliminating the need for an opto-coupler, and yet maintains good output regulation. The TPS2561A provides accurate and independent current limit protection for each port. The TPS2513 communicates with the mobile device under charge to ensure that the charger is accepted by most phone and tablet models. This compact design consumes a volume of only 1.5" x 1.8" x 0.9".
    TIDA-00563 Inductive Proximity Switch BoosterPack Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00563: The TIDA-00563 TI Design offers highly integrated complete analog front end (AFE) inductance-to-digital converters (LDCs) optimized for use in industrial proximity sensors for contactless and robust applications such as presence detection and event counting. Inductive sensing technology provides reliable and accurate sensing even in the presence on dirt, oil or moisture making them ideal for use in harsh or dirty environment. This reference design uses a 1.8V to 3.3V high resolution, high speed inductance-to-digital converter which provides a programmable decision threshold setting and wide sensor frequency range. The scope of this design guide is to give system designers a head-start in integrating TI’s inductance-to-digital converter (LDC), ultra-low-power MCU and power management devices into their end-equipment systems. This design guide describes the principle of operation and basic design process for building a high performance and high reliable inductive proximity switch at lower cost than other competing solutions. All the relevant design files like schematics, BOM, layer plots, Altium files, Gerber and MSP430 MCU firmware are provided.
    Power Solution for Terasic DE2-115 (Cyclone IV)
    PMP10581: The PMP10581 reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera’s Cyclone® IV E FPGA. DE2-115 was developed by Terasic and this board is available for purchase through Terasic’s website.
    USB-C DFP 5V3A Car Charger Reference Design
    PMP4488: The PMP4488 is low cost 5V3A car charger reference design providing Type C DFP feature and is compliant with BC1.2 device. The design includes a non-synchronous step-down regulator TPS54340 and highly integrated USB type-C controller TPS25810. The PMP4488 demonstrates high efficiency, good line/load regulation and thermal performance.
    Low Power Orientation Tracker Reference Design
    TIDM-ORIENTATIONTRACKER: This reference application demonstrates how to combine a Value Line MSP430 device, fixed-point software math libraries and an accelerometer for a low cost, ultra-low-power, simple orientation tracking solution. The MSP430 samples the accelerometer and performs calculations in real time to determine its orientation and to detect when it is in free fall. By utilizing the IQmathLib optimized fixed point software library and excluding a gyroscope, this design can run on battery power for extended periods of time. This solution could be used to monitor tilt, drops or theft enabling a number of asset monitoring applications.
    Water Meter Reference Design for Optical Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)
    TIDM-OPTICALWATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to an optical rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption.
    Portable, High Brightness HD Projection Display Reference Design using DLP® Technology
    TIDA-00782: This reference design, featuring the DLP Pico™ 0.45-inch WXGA display chipset enables use of HD resolution for projection display applications such as accessory projectors, smart projectors, mobile Smart TV, built in projectors like projection functionality inside notebooks, laptops and hot spots. The chipset used in the design comprises of DLP4501 (.45 WXGA) DMD and DLPC6401 display controller. The external LED Driver reference design can be accessed under following link: PMP4356
    TIDA-00460 Inductive Linear Position Sensing Booster Pack Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00460: Typical implementations of distance measurements use expensive rare-earth magnets. To lower overall system cost, this reference design walks through the implementation of industry’s first inductance-to-digital converters from TI for linear position sensing without the use of any expensive rare-earth magnets. Linear position sensing determines the position of a target that moves laterally across an inductive sensor that is generating a magnetic field. An inductance-to-digital converter (LDC), like the LDC1000 or LDC1101, senses inductance changes of an inductor that comes into proximity with a conductive target, such as a piece of metal. The LDC measures this inductance shift to provide information about the position of a conductive target over a sensor coil. The inductance shift is caused by eddy currents generated in the target due to the magnetic field of the sensor. These eddy currents generate a secondary magnetic field that opposes the sensor field, causing a shift in the observed inductance.
    Water Meter Reference Design for GMR Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)
    TIDM-GMR-WATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to a Giant magneto-resistive (GMR) rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption.
    NFC Active and Passive Peer to Peer Communication Reference Design
    TIDM-NFC-P2P: This Near Field Communication (NFC) reference design provides a firmware example for implementing an NFC Peer to Peer (P2P) application. It is used for showing the application developer the correct way to implement a robust peer-to-peer project using the TRF7970A in both active and passive modes. The complexity of the Peer to Peer protocols and amount of NFC documentation that needs to be reviewed has traditionally been a barrier to developers creating NFC applications. This reference design solves this problem by providing a small number (five total) of easy to use Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). The documentation, hardware, and example code provided allows the designer to quickly implement NFC P2P functionality with an MSP430 or other MCU of choice.
    ARM MPU with Integrated BiSS C Master Interface Reference Design
    TIDEP0022: Impelementation of BiSS C Master protocol on Industrial Communication Sub-System (PRU-ICSS). The design provides full documentation and source code for Programmable Realtime Unit (PRU).
    TIDEP0050 EnDat 2.2 System Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0050: The TIDEP0050 TI Design implements the EnDat 2.2 Master protocol stack and hardware interface solution based on the HEIDENHAIN EnDat 2.2 standard for position or rotary encoders. The design is composed of the EnDat 2.2 Master protocol stack, half-duplex communications using RS485 transceivers and the line termination implemented on the Sitara AM437x Industrial Development Kit. This design is fully tested to meet the HEIDENHAIN EnDat 2.2 standard. Along with EnDat position feedback, the AM437x IDK is also able to support industrial communications and motor drive as described in the AM437x Single-Chip Motor-Control Design Guide.
    PMP10478 85 to 265VAC Input 5V@30W Dual Port Charger For Tablets and Smart Phones Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10478: This reference design is capable of charging two devices at 2.5A each with over 82% efficiency. The UCC24610 synchronous rectifier controller and CSD17312Q5 FET reduce the rectifier loss and provide high efficiency with a minimal increase in cost. The TPS2561A provides accurate and independent current limit protection for each port. The TPS2513 communicates with the mobile device under charge to ensure that the charger is accepted by most phone and tablet models. This compact design consumes a volume of only 2.15" x 1.7" x 1.0".
    TIDA-IPAD-AUTOMOTIVE-CHARGER-REFERENCE-DESIGN iPad® Automotive Charger Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-IPAD-AUTOMOTIVE-CHARGER-REFERENCE-DESIGN: The reference design provides customers an extremely small form factor but still compliant to the iPad® charge current requirement of up to 2.1A at 5V. The switching buck, TPS54340, features switching frequency that is up to 2MHz which is above the audio band requirements. Customers can leverage the small form factor of this reference design and can provide USB charging capability at multiple space-constraint locations within the car. ESD protection on USB pins is provided via TPD2E001.
    TIDM-GMR-WATERMTR Water Meter Reference Design for GMR Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI) | TI.com
    TIDM-GMR-WATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to a Giant magneto-resistive (GMR) rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption.
    Water Meter Reference Design for three LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)
    TIDM-3LC-METER-CONV: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to 3 LC rotation detection sensors, the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption
    TIDA-00851-LDC0851 LDC0851 Event Counting Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00851-LDC0851: An inductive sensing (LDC)-based event counting design providing a robust and low-cost interface for speed measurement and event counting applications. The solution doesn't require magnets and reliably operates in environments with dirt, moisture or oil that usually pose challenges for alternate sensing technologies.
    PMP4471 Automotive USB Charger with Integrated Linear Droop Compensation Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP4471: The PMP4471 reference design provides detailed data for evaluating and verifying a USB charger, which uses a USB charge controller and a buck converter . The design is capable of compensating for the effects on Vdroop when a smartphone / tablet is connected to the USB charger using a cable that is roughly 2-3 meters in length. Compliance wtih almost all major smartphone / tablet manufacturers is supported due to programmable current limit up to 2.1 A, BC 1.2 compliant devices are supported as well as D+/D- divider modes of 2.7V/2.7V and 1.2V.
    TIDA-00828 Inductive Sensing 32-Position Encoder Knob Reference Design using the LDC0851 | TI.com
    TIDA-00828: An inductive sensing based incremental encoder knob design can provide a robust and low-cost interface for control inputs. It can reliably operate in environments which have dirt, moisture, or oil which would pose issues for alternate sensing technologies. This solution requires no magnets.
    PMP10581 Power Solution for Terasic DE2-115 (Cyclone IV) | TI.com
    PMP10581: The PMP10581 reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power Altera’s Cyclone® IV E FPGA. DE2-115 was developed by Terasic and this board is available for purchase through Terasic’s website.
    TIDC-HYBRID-WMBUS-PLC Extending Network Coverage and Reliability with Standards-based Protocols Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDC-HYBRID-WMBUS-PLC: The importance of on-time response and monitoring in Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and distribution automation networks increases demands on reliable communications. Standards-based communications are becoming a requirement in most smart grid deployments as service operators and regulators take advantage of interoperability. This TI Design addresses these issues by implementing a solution with standard-based Wireless M-Bus and G3-PLC Power Line Communication (PLC). This design can help improve network performance, reliability, capacity, and scalability. The CC13xx wireless MCU acts as both the RF protocol processor and the host for the PLC processor, resulting in additional cost-saving for the system design. This design is based on wireless M-Bus RF solution with G3-PLC and, to see TI proprietary RF solution-based version, view the Hybrid RF and PLC Reference Design.
    5V@2.1A USB Charger Automotive Reference Design
    PMP10282: This USB 3.0 charger provides 5V @ 2.1A over an automotive input range of 8V - 40V. It uses the integrated FET TPS54340 PWM Buck controller and implements cable voltage droop compensation. A TPS2546 charging port controller provides data line switching plus an integrated FET with dual current protection thresholds.
    TIDA-00615 Inductive Sensing 32-Position Encoder Knob Reference Design using the LDC1312/LDC1314 | TI.com
    TIDA-00615: An inductive sensing based incremental encoder knob design can provide a robust and low-cost interface for control inputs. It can reliably operate in environments which have dirt, moisture, or oil which would pose issues for alternate sensing technologies. This solution requires no magnets.
    PMP10282 5V@2.1A USB Charger Automotive Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10282: This USB 3.0 charger provides 5V @ 2.1A over an automotive input range of 8V - 40V. It uses the integrated FET TPS54340 PWM Buck controller and implements cable voltage droop compensation. A TPS2546 charging port controller provides data line switching plus an integrated FET with dual current protection thresholds.
    PMP10885 85 to 265VAC Input 5V@4.8A Dual Port USB Charger Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10885: The PMP10885 reference design is capable of charging two devices simultaneously at 2.4A each. The UCC24636 synchronous rectifier controller and CSD18531Q5A FET reduce the rectifier loss and provide high efficiency with a minimal increase in cost. The TPS2559 provides accurate and independent current limit protection for each port. The TPS2513 communicates with the mobile device under charge to ensure that the charger is accepted by most phone and tablet models. This compact design consumes a volume of only 1.3" x 2.4" x 0.9".
    TIDEP0025 Single Chip Drive for Industrial Communications and Motor Control | TI.com
    TIDEP0025: This TI design implements a hardware interface solution based on the HEIDENHAIN EnDat 2.2 standard for position or rotary encoders. The platform also allows designers to implement real-time EtherCAT communications standards in a broad range of industrial automation equipment. It enables designers with a low foot print, low power and single chip solution in applications such as industrial automation, factory automation or industrial communication.
    TIDEP0076 3D Machine Vision Reference Design Based on AM572x Processor with DLP® Structured Light | TI.com
    TIDEP0076: The TIDEP0076 3D machine vision design describes an embedded 3D scanner based on the structured light principle. A digital camera along with a Sitara™ AM57xx processor System on Chip (SoC) is used to capture reflected light patterns from a DLP4500-based projector. Subsquent processing of captured patterns, calculation of the object's 3D point cloud and its 3D visualization are all performed within the AM57xx processor SoC. This design provides an embedded solution with advantages in power, simplicity, cost and size over a host PC-based implementation.
    PMP11281 Universal AC Input, 5V/10A/50W PSR Flyback Power Supply W/over 88% Avg Efficiency Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP11281: PMP11281 is a quasi-resonant Flyback power suppy based on the UCC28730 primary side regulation (PSR) controller. The elimination of optocoupler using PSR topology promises higher reliability and lower system cost. The design achieves less than 40mW standby power losses and over 88% average efficiency. The design also features UCC2463x synchronous rectification controller.
    Water Meter Reference Design for two LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)
    TIDM-LC-WATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to LC rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption. To purchase the kit, please see the EVM430-FR6989 page.
    TIDM-FLOWESI-ETRACE Code Generation and Optimization With FlowESI GUI and EnergyTrace Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-FLOWESI-ETRACE: When designing battery-powered applications, ultra-low power consumption is the key factor in extending the lifetime of a system. Long-running designs must not waste the energy they are provided. Despite choosing appropriate low-power hardware components, firmware also takes an important role to reduce power consumption. This TI design highlights the usage of FlowESI GUI and the EnergyTrace technology to help developers to design and optimize ultra-low-power applications on the EVM430-FR6989.
    TIDM-SERVODRIVE Industrial Servo Drive and AC Inverter Drive Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-SERVODRIVE: The DesignDRIVE Development Kit is a reference design for a complete industrial drive directly connecting to a three phase ACI or PMSM motor. Many drive topologies can be created from the combined control, power and communications technologies included on this single platform. Includes multiple position sensor interfaces, diverse current sensing techniques, hot-side partitioning options and expansion for safety and industrial Ethernet.
    TIDM-OPTICALWATERMTR Water Meter Reference Design for Optical Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI) | TI.com
    TIDM-OPTICALWATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to an optical rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption.
    TIDA-00192 PLC Motherboard with AC Mains Line Coupling | TI.com
    TIDA-00192: The PLC motherboard is designed to complement the TI Designs SOMPLC-F28PLC83 and SOMPLC-F28M35. The motherboard implements the key AC line coupling circuitry necessary for the System on Module (SoM) to connect to the mains power. The PLC motherboard also includes expansion headers for RF modules which simplifies the development of a combined PLC+RF systems. TIDA-00192 was implemented using hardware from TMDSPLCDOCK-V4
    TIDM-3LC-METER-CONV Water Meter Reference Design for three LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI) | TI.com
    TIDM-3LC-METER-CONV: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to 3 LC rotation detection sensors, the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption
    Single Chip Drive for Industrial Communications and Motor Control
    TIDEP0025: This TI design implements a hardware interface solution based on the HEIDENHAIN EnDat 2.2 standard for position or rotary encoders. The platform also allows designers to implement real-time EtherCAT communications standards in a broad range of industrial automation equipment. It enables designers with a low foot print, low power and single chip solution in applications such as industrial automation, factory automation or industrial communication.
    TIDEP0046 Monte-Carlo Simulation on AM57x Using OpenCL for DSP Acceleration Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0046: TI’s high performance ARM® Cortex®-A15 based AM57x processors also integrate C66x DSPs. These DSPs were designed to handle high signal and data processing tasks that are often required by industrial, automotive and financial applications. The AM57x OpenCL implementation makes it easy for users to utilize DSP acceleration for high computational tasks while using a standard programming model and language, thereby removing the need for deep knowledge of the DSP architecture. The TIDEP0046 TI reference design provides an example of using DSP acceleration to generate a very long sequence of normal random numbers using standard C/C++ code.
    TIDM-MINI-DC Data Concentrator Reference Design for Smaller AMI Networks Reduces Infrastructure Cost | TI.com
    TIDM-MINI-DC: The TIDM-MINI-DC reference design implements a light-weight powerline communication (PLC) data concentrator (DC) solution integrated with an Ethernet Repeater feature. A power grid network is static, which means that once end-nodes are installed the number of nodes to be supported by a DC is fixed. Electric utilities often have many feeder lines with only a small number of end consumers. It is not cost-effective to install a high-performance DC solution capable of supporting a large number of end nodes for these feeders. This design offers a low-cost PLC DC solution to support smaller networks with an Ethernet Repeater (or Edge Router) feature to interconnect the local PLC network to an Ethernet-based backbone network so that a control center can control the PLC end-nodes directly.
    EnDat 2.2 System Reference Design
    TIDEP0050: The TIDEP0050 TI Design implements the EnDat 2.2 Master protocol stack and hardware interface solution based on the HEIDENHAIN EnDat 2.2 standard for position or rotary encoders. The design is composed of the EnDat 2.2 Master protocol stack, half-duplex communications using RS485 transceivers and the line termination implemented on the Sitara AM437x Industrial Development Kit. This design is fully tested to meet the HEIDENHAIN EnDat 2.2 standard. Along with EnDat position feedback, the AM437x IDK is also able to support industrial communications and motor drive as described in the AM437x Single-Chip Motor-Control Design Guide.
    TIDEP0035 ARM MPU with Integrated HIPERFACE DSL Master Interface Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0035: Implementation of HIPERFACE DSL Master protocol on Industrial Communication Sub-System (PRU-ICSS). The two wire interface allows for integration of position feedback wires into motor cable. Complete solution consists of AM437x PRU-ICSS firmware and TIDA-00177 transceiver reference design.
    3D Printer Controller (12V)
    TIDA-00405: This design is a complete system for controlling 3-axis, single extruder-based 3D printers. The system is managed by the MSP430F5529 LaunchPad and utilizes the DRV8846 for precision stepper motor control. The CSD18534Q5A is used as a low-side switch for the hot bed heater, extruder heater, and cooling fan. The DRV5033 Hall Sensor acts as a contactless limit switch.
    Industrial Servo Drive and AC Inverter Drive Reference Design
    TIDM-SERVODRIVE: The DesignDRIVE Development Kit is a reference design for a complete industrial drive directly connecting to a three phase ACI or PMSM motor. Many drive topologies can be created from the combined control, power and communications technologies included on this single platform. Includes multiple position sensor interfaces, diverse current sensing techniques, hot-side partitioning options and expansion for safety and industrial Ethernet.
    85 to 265VAC Input 5V@30W Dual Port Charger For Tablets and Smart Phones Reference Design
    PMP10478: This reference design is capable of charging two devices at 2.5A each with over 82% efficiency. The UCC24610 synchronous rectifier controller and CSD17312Q5 FET reduce the rectifier loss and provide high efficiency with a minimal increase in cost. The TPS2561A provides accurate and independent current limit protection for each port. The TPS2513 communicates with the mobile device under charge to ensure that the charger is accepted by most phone and tablet models. This compact design consumes a volume of only 2.15" x 1.7" x 1.0".
    Haptics Enabled Gaming Controller Design
    TIDM-LPBP-HAPTOUCH: The haptics enabled gaming controller design integrates capacitive touch functionality with haptics technology enabling users to develop personal electronics and gaming applications.
    QVGA 3-D Graphics on Ultra Low Power Microcontrollers
    TIDM-3DGRAPHICS-QVGA: This reference design demonstrates how to implement three-dimensional (3-D) graphics on a QVGA LCD using the low-power and performance MSP430F5529 microcontroller as well as the ultra-low-power MSP430FR5969 FRAM microcontroller. This implementation is made possible by using free and optimized software drivers and math libraries available in MSP430ware™. Using the floating-point and fixed-point libraries in MSPMATHLIB and IQmathLib respectively, developers can improve the math performance in MSP430™ and potentially increase battery life in a number of applications.
    TIDM-LC-WATERMTR Water Meter Reference Design for two LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI) | TI.com
    TIDM-LC-WATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to LC rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption. To purchase the kit, please see the EVM430-FR6989 page.
    TIDM-LPBP-CAPTOUCH Low Power Capacitive Touch Solution f/Human Machine Interface (HMI) Apps Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-LPBP-CAPTOUCH: This TI Design demonstrates an ultra-low power implementation of capacitive touch inputs for various human machine interface (HMI) requirements in consumer, industrial & other applications. This solution leverages unique features available in the MSP430 Value Line microcontroller that enables developers to interface capacitive touch elements directly to a microcontroller I/O pin without the need for external, or additional passive components. The Capacitive Touch BoosterPack features several capacitive touch elements including a scroll wheel, button, and proximity sensors. When paired with the MSP430 LaunchPad this combination provides a complete hardware and software reference design to enable developers to quickly and easily replace any physical button with a capacitive touch element. This combination provides a cost effective solution for adding capacitive touch to consumer electronics, point of sales machines, and devices that have a physical button.
    TIDM-SMBUS SMBus Design Using Low Power Microcontroller | TI.com
    TIDM-SMBUS: This design utilizes existing Launchpad evaluation kits and BoosterPack plug-in modules to demonstrate the implementation of a SMBus-based system using Texas Instrument’s MSP430 SMBus Library.
    Small Graphical eInk Display
    TIDM-LPBP-EPAPER: This TI Reference design enables the development of applications for an ePaper display solution. The EPD extension board supports driving PDI's 1.44, 2, and 2.7 inch E-Paper display (EPD) modules. These displays are typically used in a small dynamic signage in stores for barcodes. Due to low power characteristic of this BoosterPack it is excellent for data-logging applications, outdoor displays, and any other ultra-low power usages.
    TIDM-3DGRAPHICS-QVGA QVGA 3-D Graphics on Ultra Low Power Microcontrollers | TI.com
    TIDM-3DGRAPHICS-QVGA: This reference design demonstrates how to implement three-dimensional (3-D) graphics on a QVGA LCD using the low-power and performance MSP430F5529 microcontroller as well as the ultra-low-power MSP430FR5969 FRAM microcontroller. This implementation is made possible by using free and optimized software drivers and math libraries available in MSP430ware™. Using the floating-point and fixed-point libraries in MSPMATHLIB and IQmathLib respectively, developers can improve the math performance in MSP430™ and potentially increase battery life in a number of applications.
    iPad® Automotive Charger Reference Design
    TIDA-IPAD-AUTOMOTIVE-CHARGER-REFERENCE-DESIGN: The reference design provides customers an extremely small form factor but still compliant to the iPad® charge current requirement of up to 2.1A at 5V. The switching buck, TPS54340, features switching frequency that is up to 2MHz which is above the audio band requirements. Customers can leverage the small form factor of this reference design and can provide USB charging capability at multiple space-constraint locations within the car. ESD protection on USB pins is provided via TPD2E001.
    Monte-Carlo Simulation on AM57x Using OpenCL for DSP Acceleration Reference Design
    TIDEP0046: TI’s high performance ARM® Cortex®-A15 based AM57x processors also integrate C66x DSPs. These DSPs were designed to handle high signal and data processing tasks that are often required by industrial, automotive and financial applications. The AM57x OpenCL implementation makes it easy for users to utilize DSP acceleration for high computational tasks while using a standard programming model and language, thereby removing the need for deep knowledge of the DSP architecture. The TIDEP0046 TI reference design provides an example of using DSP acceleration to generate a very long sequence of normal random numbers using standard C/C++ code.
    TIDM-LPBP-WIRELESSNODE Low-Power Sub-1 GHz Wireless Transceiver | TI.com
    TIDM-LPBP-WIRELESSNODE: The Low-Power Sub-1 GHz Wireless Transceiver reference design enables a low cost bi-directional RF link (when using two transceivers). The on-board Anaren Integrated Radio (AIR) A110LR09A radio module with integrated antenna operates in the European 868-870MHz and US 902-928MHz ISM bands. The included software application, called AIR BoosterStack, demonstrates an example sensor network as well as network status reporting. This type of communication allows development in the industrial, scientific, and medical space where short range devices/communications are used."
    Multi Camera, Video Interface and Control Solution for Automotive Surround View Systems
    TIDA-00162: TIDA-00162 incorporates the complete camera module, video interface and control functionality for surround view systems for automotive applications. The reference design includes four 1 Mp cameras (OmniVision OV10635), four Serializer+Power boards and a daughter board with 6 Deserializers+Power. A convenient FMC connector is available on the daughter board to connect the reference design to a FPGA or MCU board for video processing. The benefit of using DS90UB913A-Q1 serializer and DS90UB914A-Q1 deserializer is that it interfaces seamlessly with OmniVision’s camera module, allows you to transmit high speed data, bidirectional control and power over a single coaxial cable.
    TIDEP0022 ARM MPU with Integrated BiSS C Master Interface Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0022: Impelementation of BiSS C Master protocol on Industrial Communication Sub-System (PRU-ICSS). The design provides full documentation and source code for Programmable Realtime Unit (PRU).
    Accurate Point Cloud Generation for 3D Machine Vision Applications using DLP® Technology
    TIDA-00254: The 3D Machine Vision reference design employs Texas Instruments DLP Software Development Kit (SDK) allowing developers to easily construct 3D point clouds by integrating TI’s digital micromirror device (DMD) technology with cameras, sensors, motors or other peripherals. The highly differentiated 3D Machine Vision systems utilizes the DLP® LightCrafter™ 4500 evaluation module (EVM), featuring the DLP® 0.45” WXGA chipset, and enables flexible control of high resolution, accurate patterns for industrial, medical, and security applications.
    TIDA-00662 High Performance Capacitive Sensor Front-End Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00662: The TIDA-00662 is a high performance capacitive sensor front-end reference design. With the usage of an audio codec including a programmable miniDSP functionality impedance measurement and change in phase detection is realized. The frequency-domain sensing front-end is for pressure and flow transmitters applications, as well as any other application with capacitive sensor elements. Click here for more information on NewTec
    TIDM-NFC-DESFIRE-AES Near Field Communication (NFC) MIFARE DESFire EV1 Tag Authentication Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-NFC-DESFIRE-AES: MIFARE DESFire EV1 is an ISO14443A RFID transponder and an NFC Type 4A Tag Platform that is used in many NFC and RFID security applications due to the ability it has to operate in the clear or operate as a secure transponder using AES Encryption. This design uses the TI AES library along with a MSP430G2553 LaunchPad+DLP-7970ABP BoosterPack to provide a simple demonstration of a cost effective reader system solution for AES authentication of MIFARE DESFire EV1 tags. Sample code described in this design can be downloaded from the design guide.
    Low Power Capacitive Touch Solution f/Human Machine Interface (HMI) Apps Reference Design
    TIDM-LPBP-CAPTOUCH: This TI Design demonstrates an ultra-low power implementation of capacitive touch inputs for various human machine interface (HMI) requirements in consumer, industrial & other applications. This solution leverages unique features available in the MSP430 Value Line microcontroller that enables developers to interface capacitive touch elements directly to a microcontroller I/O pin without the need for external, or additional passive components. The Capacitive Touch BoosterPack features several capacitive touch elements including a scroll wheel, button, and proximity sensors. When paired with the MSP430 LaunchPad this combination provides a complete hardware and software reference design to enable developers to quickly and easily replace any physical button with a capacitive touch element. This combination provides a cost effective solution for adding capacitive touch to consumer electronics, point of sales machines, and devices that have a physical button.
    TIDM-ORIENTATIONTRACKER Low Power Orientation Tracker Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-ORIENTATIONTRACKER: This reference application demonstrates how to combine an ultra-low-power MSP microcontroller, fixed-point software math libraries and an accelerometer for a low cost, ultra-low-power, simple orientation tracking solution. The MSP MCU samples the accelerometer and performs calculations in real time to determine its orientation and to detect when it is in free fall. By utilizing the IQmathLib optimized fixed point software library and excluding a gyroscope, this design can run on battery power for extended periods of time. This solution could be used to monitor tilt, drops or theft enabling a number of asset monitoring applications.
    Near Field Communication (NFC) MIFARE DESFire EV1 Tag Authentication Reference Design
    TIDM-NFC-DESFIRE-AES: MIFARE DESFire EV1 is an ISO14443A RFID transponder and an NFC Type 4A Tag Platform that is used in many NFC and RFID security applications due to the ability it has to operate in the clear or operate as a secure transponder using AES Encryption. This design uses the TI AES library along with a MSP430G2553 LaunchPad+DLP-7970ABP BoosterPack to provide a simple demonstration of a cost effective reader system solution for AES authentication of MIFARE DESFire EV1 tags. Sample code described in this design can be downloaded from the design guide.
    PMP11232 Universal AC Input 5V/6A/30W PSR Flyback Power Supply Reference Design w/Over 89.5% Avg Efficiency | TI.com
    PMP11232: PMP11232 is a quasi-resonant Flyback power suppy based on the UCC28730 primary side regulation (PSR) controller. The elimination of optocoupler using PSR topology promises higher reliability and lower system cost. The design achieves less than 40mW standby power losses and over 89.5% average efficiency. The design also features UCC2463x synchronous rectification controller.
    Universal AC Input 5V/10A/50W PSR Flyback Power Supply With Over 89% Avg Efficiency Reference Design
    PMP10974: PMP10974 is a quasi-resonant Flyback power suppy based on the UCC28730 primary side regulation (PSR) controller. The elimination of optocoupler using PSR topology promises higher reliability and lower system cost. The design achieves less than 40mW standby power losses and over 89% average efficiency. The design also features UCC2463x synchronous rectification controller.
    TIDEP0078 OPC UA Data Access Server for AM572x Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0078: OPC UA is an industrial machine-to-machine protocol designed to allow interoperability and communication between all machines connected under Industry 4.0. The TIDEP0078 TI Design demonstrates use of the MatrikonOPC™ OPC UA server development kit (SDK) to allow communications using an OPC UA data access (DA) server running embedded in a project or design. The OPC UA DA deals with real-time data and is best suited for industrial automation applications where time is an important aspect of the data. A reference OPC UA server implementation is provided that accesses the GPIO capabilities of the AM572x IDK. The reference code can be extended to provide an OPC UA interface to any data the AM572x IDK board can access including data acquired through Profibus, RS-485, CAN bus, and industrial Ethernet-based protocols such as EtherCAT™ or PROFINET™ using the Programmable Real-time Unit Industrial Communication Subsystems (PRU-ICSS).
    Inductive Linear Position Sensing Booster Pack Reference Design
    TIDA-00460: Typical implementations of distance measurements use expensive rare-earth magnets. To lower overall system cost, this reference design walks through the implementation of industry’s first inductance-to-digital converters from TI for linear position sensing without the use of any expensive rare-earth magnets. Linear position sensing determines the position of a target that moves laterally across an inductive sensor that is generating a magnetic field. An inductance-to-digital converter (LDC), like the LDC1000 or LDC1101, senses inductance changes of an inductor that comes into proximity with a conductive target, such as a piece of metal. The LDC measures this inductance shift to provide information about the position of a conductive target over a sensor coil. The inductance shift is caused by eddy currents generated in the target due to the magnetic field of the sensor. These eddy currents generate a secondary magnetic field that opposes the sensor field, causing a shift in the observed inductance.
    TIDA-00752 ±0.5°C 2-Wire Galvanically Isolated IC Temp Sensor with Pulse Count Interface Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00752: In order to provide system designers a new cost-effective and easy alternative to assured precision temperature measurement, this reference design discusses the new tiny 2-pin digital output IC temperature sensor with single wire pulse count interface that enhances reliability and greatly simplifies the design of galvanic isolation architecture for sending both power and unidirectional data through same low profile transformer and remote operation. In addition, with fewer error sources, computation of error budget is easier. Cost budgets, accuracy, size and simplicity of interfacing with other circuit elements are main factors in selecting a sensor to do a job and this reference design system tremendously helps in meeting all these requirements. With less-than 0.25°C maximum measured error over temperature range -50°C to 150°C, functional isolation of 400VRMS and IEC61000-4-4 pre-compliance testing, this design significantly reduces the design time for development of high-accuracy temperature measurement systems.
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