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The SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3220S LaunchPad™ development kit (CC3220S-LAUNCHXL) highlights CC3220S, a single-chip wireless microcontroller (MCU) with 256KB of RAM and enhanced security features. The CC3220S-LAUNCHXL features on-board emulation and sensors for a full out-of-the-box experience and rapid development. This board can be directly connected to a PC for use with development tools such as the Code Composer Studio™ Cloud integrated development environment (IDE). Visit dev.ti.com and get started with your SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3220S LaunchPad kit today. Use with the SimpleLink™ MSP432P401R LaunchPad™ development kit.
The SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3220SF LaunchPad™ development kit (CC3220SF-LAUNCHXL) highlights CC3220SF, a single-chip wireless microcontroller (MCU) with 1MB Flash, 256KB of RAM and enhanced security features. The CC3220SF-LAUNCHXL features on-board emulation and sensors for a full out-of-the-box experience. This board can be directly connected to a PC for use with development tools such as the Code Composer Studio™ Cloud integrated development environment (IDE). Visit dev.ti.com and get started with your SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3220SF LaunchPad kit today. Use with the SimpleLink™ MSP432P401R LaunchPad™ development kit.
The SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3120 wireless network processor provides users the flexibility to add Wi-Fi to any microcontroller (MCU). The CC3120 BoosterPack™ plug-in-module (CC3120BOOST) is a board which can easily be connected to TI's MCU Launchpad kits (software examples provided for MSP-EXP432P401R); thus enabling rapid software development. The CC3120BOOST can be plugged into the Advanced Emulation BoosterPack (CC31xxEMUBOOST), and connected to a PC which emulates an MCU with SimpleLink Studio.
The SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3200 SensorTag development kit is one of the quickest and easiest ways to connect your sensors directly to the cloud! The new Wi-Fi SensorTag kit is based on the low-power SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 wireless MCU, the industry’s first Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ single-chip microcontroller unit (MCU) with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. This allows the SensorTag kit to be battery powered from AAA batteries. The Wi-Fi SensorTag kit includes 9 low-power MEMS sensors. In addition it can be expanded with the Watch DevPack for applications requiring displays and expanded with USB power with the Debug DevPack.
80-V 10A Power Stage EVM - The LMG5200 EVM board is a small easy to use power stage with an external PWM signal. The EVM is suitable for evaluating the performance of LMG5200 power stage in many different DC-DC converter topologies. It can be used to estimate the performance of LMG5200 to measure efficiency. The module is capable of delivering a maximum of 10A of current however adequate thermal management (forced air, running at low frequency etc) should be followed to ensure that the temperature is not exceeded. The EVM is not suitable for transient measurements as it’s an open loop board.
The LMG5200POLEVM-10 EVM is designed to evaluate the LMG5200 GaN power stage and the TPS53632G half-bridge point-of-load controller in a 48V to 1V application. This EVM implements the 48V-1V converter as a single-stage hard-switched half-bridge with current-doubler rectifier. The EVM supports input voltages from 36 to 75 Volts and output currents up to 50 A. This topology efficiently supports the high step-down ratio while providing significant output current and controllability.
The LMG3410-HB-EVM configures two LMG3410 GaN FETs in a half bridge with all the necessary auxiliary peripheral circuitry. This EVM is designed to work in conjunction with larger systems, such as the LMG34XX-BB-EVM or a custom designed power stage. By providing the LMG3410 on a high performance layout with convenient connection points, operation and in circuit measurements can quickly and easily be achieved.
The Debugger DevPack adds debug capability to your SensorTag. Plug it into the SensorTag DevPack expansion header and debug your SensorTag with Code Composer Studio or IAR ARM development environments. The Debugger DevPack includes a FREE license of Code Composer Studio that is tied to the DevPack.
The MSP CapTIvate™ MCU Development Kit is a comprehensive, easy-to-use platform to evaluate MSP430FR2633 microcontroller with capacitive touch technology. The kit contains the MSP430FR2633-based processor board, a programmer/debugger board with EnergyTrace™ technology to measure energy consumption with the Code Composer Studio™ IDE, and sensor boards for evaluating self-capacitance, mutual capacitance, gesture and proximity sensing. MSP MCUs with CapTIvate technology are the industry’s lowest power capacitive touch MCUs with 10 V rms noise immunity and support for dirt-proof, glove-friendly designs.
The MSP-FET is a powerful emulation development tool – often called a debug probe – which allows users to quickly begin application development on MSP low-power microcontrollers (MCU).For MSP432 devices it is possible to connect to the MSP-FET via the MSP432 Adapter for MSP-FET to boards with ARM 20pin and ARM 10pin connector. Creating MCU software usually requires downloading the resulting binary program to the MSP device for validation and debugging. The MSP-FET provides a debug communication pathway between a host computer and the target MSP. Furthermore, the MSP-FET also provides a Backchannel UART connection between the computer’s USB interface and the MSP UART. The MSP-FET is compatible with Code Composer Studio v6 and later.
The LDC1614 Evaluation Module demonstrates the use of inductive sensing technology to sense and measure the presence, position or composition of a conductive target object. The module includes two example PCB sensor coils that connect to the four channels of the LDC1614. An MSP430 microcontroller is used to interface the LDC to a host computer
The DRV2667 is a digitally controlled, high-voltage driver designed to control Piezo actuators with voltages between 40 Vpp and 200 Vpp. The DRV2667 eliminates many design complexities of driving Piezo by including an integrated 105V boost converter and 200-Vpp differential output amplifier.
bq25504EVM-674 – Ultra Low Power Boost Converter with Battery Management for Energy Harvester Applications. This EVM is programmed from the factory for settings compatible with most MCU’s and 3V coin cell batteries. The EVM is programmed to deliver a 3.1VDC maximum voltage (OV) for charging the storage element and the under voltage is programmed to 2.2VDC. The VBAT_OK indication toggles high when VSTOR ramps up at 2.8VDC and when VSTOR ramps down to 2.4VDC. The user’s guide describes the bq25504 evaluation module (EVM), how to perform a stand-alone evaluation and allows the EVM to interface with the system and host.
ISO7741EVM is an Evaluaiton Module used to evaluate the high performance, reinforced quad channel digital isolator ISO7741 in Wide Body SOIC package (Package Code-DW). The EVM features enough test points & jumber options for one to evaluate the device with minimal external components
The ADS8681EVM-PDK is a platform for evaluating the performance of the ADS8681 Successive Approximation Register Analog to Digital Converter (SAR ADC). The evaluation kit includes the ADS8681EVM board, the PHI controller board and accompanying computer software that enables the user to communicate with the ADC over Universal Serial Bus (USB), capture data and perform data analysis.
The TI-PMLK LDO Experiment Board is part of the TI Power Management Lab Kit (TI-PMLK) series. TI-PMLK series provides hands on learning to reinforce power supply knowledge. The modular format allows users to customize the TI-PMLK series experience in a way that makes the most impact on their overall understanding of power supply design. The TI-PMLK LDO Experiment Board features TPS7A4901 and TPS7A8300. The TI-PMLK LDO Experiment Lab Book includes theories and experiments covering a variety of tests for steady-state, transient and dynamic conditions seen in real world applications.