Ultrasonic Sensing Water Flow/Level/Concentration Evaluation Module

(ACTIVE) TDC1000-TDC7200EVM

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Description

The TDC1000-TDC7200EVM is an evaluation module (EVM) that allows users to evaluate the operation and performance of the TDC1000 ultrasonic analog-front-end with TDC7200 time-to-digital converter.  The board can be used for many time-of-flight applications such as gas, water, and heat flow meter, fluid level detection, concentration and fluid identification, and proximity or distance measurements.  The EVM allows for two ultrasonic transducer connections, and two RTD connections for temperature measurements.  It uses the on-board MSP430F5528 to process data and a user-friendly GUI interface to display the data.

Features
  1. User friendly GUI interface
  2. On-board MSP430F5528 to process data
  3. Connectors for two ultrasonic transducers, and connectors for two RTD sensors.
  4. Powered by USB


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TDC1000-TDC7200EVM:
TDC1000 and TDC7200 Evaluation Module

$75.00(USD)


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Technical Documents
User guides (1)
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PDF 6797 06 Nov 2015 0
Design files (1)
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ZIP 5618 02 May 2017 0

Software (1)


TI Devices (3)

Part Number Name Product Family
TDC1000  Ultrasonic Sensing Analog Front End for Level, Concentration & Flow Sensing  Specialty sensors 
TDC1000-Q1  Automotive Ultrasonic Sensing Analog Front End for Level and Concentration Sensing  Specialty sensors 
TDC7200  Time-to-Digital Converter for Time-of-Flight Applications in LIDAR, Magnetostrictive and Flow Meters  Specialty sensors 

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