HVAC Gateway

Your repository for network gateway design resources

Description

HVAC gateways serve as a bridge between different network protocols and must support multiple wired and wireless standards, including cloud access. Our reference designs and integrated circuits help you address complex challenges while reducing time to market.

HVAC gateway designs often require:

  • Protocols for wired long-distance networks, high data-rates, and noisy environments
  • Ability to meet IEC ESD, EFT, and surge standards
  • Support for multiple wireless communication protocols
  • Wired-to-wireless bridge designs to retrofit existing wired hardware

Technical documents

Tools & Software

Name Part # Company Software/Tool Type
DP83630 Evaluation Demo Board DP83630-EVK Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
DP83822 10/100 Mbps Ethernet PHY Evaluation Module DP83822EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
DP83867IRPAP-EVM 1000M/100M/10M Ethernet PHY Evaluation Module DP83867IRPAP-EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
PHYTER DUAL Industrial Temp 10/100 Mb/s Dual Port Ethernet Transceiver EVM DP83849IVS-EVK Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
PHYTER® Industrial Temperature Single Port 10 100 Mbs Ethernet Physical Layer Transceiver DP83848I-POE-EK Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards

Product bulletin & white papers

Product Bulletin (1)

Title Abstract Type Size (MB) Date Views
PDF 167 KB 05 Nov 2014 64

White Papers (12)

Title Abstract Type Size (MB) Date Views
PDF 761 KB 28 Mar 2018 54
PDF 1.23 MB 10 Jan 2018 105
PDF 873 KB 16 Oct 2017 343
PDF 775 KB 25 Aug 2016 154
PDF 960 KB 21 Mar 2016 104
PDF 1.11 MB 26 Oct 2015 59
PDF 1.13 MB 15 Dec 2014 97
PDF 905 KB 31 Jul 2014 116
PDF 658 KB 09 Jul 2014 64
PDF 322 KB 25 Mar 2014 50
PDF 173 KB 07 Aug 2013 17
PDF 152 KB 14 Mar 2013 101

Similar end equipment solutions

TI End-Equipment

All TI End-Equipment Solutions

Support & training

Try our support forums.
Search expert answers for this part Ask a new question

Content is provided 'AS IS' by the respective TI and Community contributors and does not constitute TI specifications.
See terms of use.

Other Support

Blogs & authored articles

Blogs