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This design implements an ANSI/IEC Class 0.2 three-phase energy meter with enhanced ESD protection. The design also features tamper detection to limit the feasibility of energy theft and communications through ZigBee™ connectivity.  The e-meter SoC is used to perform all metrology (...)

Key Features

• Three-Phase meter with tamper detection which exceeds Class 0.2 accuracy requirements from ANSI and IEC
• Passed IEC 61000-4-2 level-4  air discharge tests(see design guide for details)
• TI Energy Library firmware calculates all energy measurement parameters including active and reactive power (...)

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The design enables OV788 ultra-low power video compression chip users to bring live streaming capabilities of audio and video data over Wi-Fi® very easily. It showcases a single chip implementation of RTP video streaming + Wi-Fi connection on the SimpleLink™ CC3200 Wi-Fi wireless (...)

Key Features

  • Supports Capture and streaming of: Video - 720p @ 15FPS
  • Supports Capture and streaming of: Audio – PCM, 16bps @ 11025Hz
  • Supports RTP/RTSP protocols
  • SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi solution over 802.11 b/g/n networks

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The TIDA-00650 reference design shows how to build a wireless thermocouple based temperature transmitter. The design is in the DevPack form factor which can be used in combination with TIs SensorTag. This allows for the development of a wireless link with Bluetooth® Smart or other wireless (...)

Key Features

  • Wireless (isolated) Thermocouple Sensor Transmitter
  • 24-bit ∆Σ sensor AFE
  • Bluetooth Smart Interface
  • Type-K TC sensor with PT100 Cold-Junction Compensation
  • TC Temperature Range: -270°C to 1372°C
  • Operating Temperature Range: -40C to +85C

Description

This design demonstrates the single-chip implementation of a wireless Electronic Paper Display (EPD) using Wi-Fi® technology. Technologies that use EPD displays require low-power operation and a method for a user to update the display information. This design provides user control via remote (...)

Key Features

  • Low power, battery-powered
  • Cloud connectivity
  • Local control
  • Supports 5 display sizes
  • Supports custom graphics
  • Broadcast contents option

Description

A system example demonstrating how to build a secure cloud-connected IoT gateway allowing access and control of the multiple wireless nodes.  The reference design utilizes the TM4C12x, TM4C123x, TRF7970A and RF430CL330H, as well as the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3100, Bluetooth® low energy CC2650 and (...)

Key Features

  • Exosite-based secure cloud connected mid-range multi-protocol IoT gateway solution using TM4C129Ex MCU, which connects Wi-Fi, Bluetooth low energy  and Sub 1-GHz-based nodes to the cloud
  • Supported nodes include Wi-Fi-based stepper motor control, Bluetooth low energy SensorTag, Bluetooth low energy (...)

Description

The TIDC-EVSE-WIFI verified TI Design details how to implement J1772-compliant level 1 and level 2 electric vehicle service equipment (EVSE) with added Wi-Fi® functionality. The CC3100 network processor enables highly embedded devices like the EVSE to easily connect to an existing wireless (...)

Key Features

  • Full implementation of J1772-compliant service equipment
  • Wi-Fi support for remote monitoring and control of EVSE
  • High current relay drivers for support of high current contractors
  • Standardized pilot wire signaling protocol
  • Integrated utility meter-grade energy measurement

Description

The TIDA-00485 TI Design uses Texas Instruments SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 Internet-on-a-chip Wireless MCU module to create a data bridge between an RS-485 network and a Wi-Fi network. An SN65HVD72 transceiver provides the RS-485 Interface with 12 kV of ESD protection, and additional protection is (...)

Key Features

  • Add Wi-Fi® connectivity to an RS-485 network quickly and simply
  • CC3200 Application Processor Provides Adaptability to Customer Communication Protocol
  • Wide Input Voltage Range of 18V to 30V AC, 12V to 48V DC

Description

The TIDA-00375 TI Design uses Texas Instruments SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 Internet-on-a-chip Wireless MCU module to create a data bridge between existing hardware with a logic-level UART interface and a Wi-Fi network. The design also contains a Simple Switcher power supply with a wide input range (...)

Key Features

  • Simple Switcher power supply with a wide input voltage range – 18V to 30V AC, 12V to 48V DC
  • Cortex M4 Provides Adaptability to Customer Communication Protocols
  • UART input with logic level translator can be used with 3.3 V or 5 V logic
  • Enables adding a Wi-Fi data stream to existing hardware without (...)

Description

The TIDA-00486 TI Design uses Texas Instruments SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 Internet-on-a-chip Wireless MCU module to create a data bridge between an RS-485 network and a Wi-Fi network. An ISO15 transceiver provides an isolated RS-485 interface with up to 2500 VRMS of isolation. The LM5160 (...)

Key Features

  • Wide Input Voltage Range of 18 V to 30 V AC,  12 V to 48 V DC
  • Fly-Buck™ Power Supply delivers 3.3 V at 550 mA, Isolated 3.6 V at 50 mA
  • Add Wi-Fi® connectivity to an RS-485 network quickly and simply
  • Galvanically isolated RS-485 interface to improve system safety and reliability
  • CC3200 Application (...)

Description

This SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 Launchpad & Camera BoosterPack based design brings Wi-Fi camera capability to new applications as well as existing ones such as door bells. It enables the capture, remote control and transmission of JPEG (VGA or QVGA) images via Wi-Fi.

Key Features

  • Reference design includes design for camera BoosterPack that works with CC3200-LAUNCHXL boards
  • Board design supports Aptina MT9D11 (2 MP) and Omnivision OV3660 (3 MP) sensor modules. A variety of formats are supported, including JPEG compression. This design is connected to CC3200 via Parallel (...)

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