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This reference design demonstrates how TI mmWave sensor technology can be used for zone occupancy detection to monitor areas of interest across a field of view (FOV) of ±60 degrees with a maximum range of at least 10 m. This reference design uses the IWR1443BOOST evaluation module (EVM) and (...)

Key Features

  • Demonstrates environmentally robust zone occupancy detection using single-chip mmWave sensor
  • Detects intrusion of object or person into area of interest with FOV up to 120 degrees and range of 0 m to 10 m
  • References provided processing chain source code based on mmWave Software Development Kit (...)

Description

This precision weigh-scale reference design achieves greater than 50,000 noise-free counts of resolution. Offset and offset drift errors are nearly eliminated by ac bridge excitation. This design takes advantage of the high-resolution ADS1262 delta-sigma ADC.

Key Features

  • >50,000 noise-free count weigh-scale solution
  • Operating temperature range: -40 ᵒC to +125 ᵒC
  • Less than 1 μV total error across temperature range
  • ADC Supply and Bridge Excitation Voltage: 5V
  • Bridge Output: 0 V to 10 mV
  • Firmware provides ADS1262 example code
  • This robust circuit reference design includes (...)

Description

This reference design showcases integrating Wi-Fi® capability to enhance connectivity in grid equipment for asset monitoring using the CC3220 device, SimpleLink Wi-Fi and IoT, single chip wireless MCU with integrated network processor and applications processor. The design enables  the (...)

Key Features

  • Wi-Fi Connectivity: Wi-Fi radio with integrated network processor and applications processor (ARM® Cortex®-M4) for internet of things (IoT) integration into industrial and residential equipment
    • Single system-on-chip (SoC) optimized for performance and size
    • Chip-level, Wi-Fi Alliance Wi-Fi® CERTIFIED™
    • (...)

Description

This reference design showcases an interface implementation for connecting multiple high voltage bipolar input, 8-channel, mux-input SAR ADCs (6) with the Sitara Arm processors for expanding the number of input channels using Programmable Real-time Unit (PRU-ICSS). ADCs are configured for (...)

Key Features

  • Flexible interface using PRU-ICSS (Sitara Processor) for communicating with multiple SAR ADCs
  • AC voltage and current measurement accuracy:
    • AC Voltage: <±0.2% for 2.5V to 120V
    • AC Current: <±0.2% for 2.5A to 70A
    • Simultaneous sampling across six ADCs (16-bit, 500ksps/ADC)
  • PRU-ICSS Interface:
    • Programmable (...)

Description

The TI Design TIDA-00948 demonstrates a 15mmx20mm, 94% efficiency, low electromagnetic interference (EMI) DC/DC module with the TPS54202, replacing Low DropOut Regulator (LDO) in major home appliance applications. The high efficiency eliminates the need of heat sink for smaller and cheaper solution (...)

Key Features

  • 5V regulated, up to 1A output load
  • 94% efficiency
  • 2.5μA standby current and 89μA no load current
  • Small form factor: size and pin-compatible and smaller than TO-247 (15mmx20mm)
  • Less than 30 degree C increase at full load, which eliminate the need of heat sink
  • Reduce the on-board DC/DC design complexity (...)

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6.5 20 5 1 5 Non-Isolated DC Buck

Description

This design is a 20A Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) solar charge controller created for solar panel inputs corresponding to 12V and 24V panels. The design is targeted for small and medium power solar charger solutions and is capable of operating with 12V/24V panels and 12V/24V batteries up to (...)

Key Features

  • More than 96% efficiency at full load in 12V and 24V systems
  • Supports Wide Input Voltage Range: 15VDC - 44VDC
  • Flexible design supports both 12V or 24V solar panels
  • Output Current: 20A max
  • Small Board Form Factor: 130 mm x 84 mm x 22 mm

Description

This reference design demonstrates how to create a battery-powered electronic smart lock with integrated Wi-Fi®. The design demonstrates how the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi CC3220S wireless MCU (SoC) can be used as the main system controller and network processor to create a highly integrated (...)

Key Features

  • Direct Connection to Cloud from Smart Lock
  • Multiple Provisioning Methods (BLE Provisioning, Access Point Provisioning, and TI SmartConfig™)
  • Wide Range of Built-in Security Features
  • Over-the-Air (OTA) Software Update through the Cloud Using with Multiple Security Enablers
  • Motor Driver with Integrated (...)

Description

This board demonstrates a wired-OR multiplexer (MUX) and a programmable gain amplifier (PGA) application of the OPA837 operational amplifier. These applications are made possible with the high-impedance output of the amplifier and the high-impedance inverting input while in power-down (PD) mode. It (...)

Key Features

  • Change between MUX and PGA configurations
  • Drive with single or dual supplies
  • Supplemental DIP switch input provides simple output selection
  • True input to output isolation

Description

This reference design is a new human machine interface with LED animation and realizes a vivid lighting pattern on the LED ring with one TLC5955 LED driver.

Key Features

  • Vivid Lighting Pattern With LED Ring
  • Minimum Device Quantities in Multi RBG LED Modules System

Description

This reference design features the industry's first zero-crossover and zero-drift amplifier (OPA388) to buffer the analog output of a digital-to-analog converter (DAC). It demonstrates the importance of the zero-crossover and zero-drift feature and how they can minimize the integral non-linearity (...)

Key Features

  • Precision DAC (DAC8830) provides excellent linearity, low glitch, low noise and fast setting
  • Operates at 2.7-5.5 V single-supply, which is compatible with most DSP/MCU power requirements
  • Zero-crossover, zero-drift op amp (OPA388) provides true precision to minimize contributions to DAC INL (<0.5 LSB)

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