Automotive Resistive Bridge Pressure Sensor Reference Design

(ACTIVE) TIDA-00793

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Description

The TIDA-00793 reference design provides a simple, robust, and accurate sensor signal conditioning solution using the PGA400-Q1 for resistive bridge type pressure sensors. The protection strategies implemented in this design protect the pressure sensor against wiring harness faults, EMI, and automotive electrical transients. Theory, operation, and challenges involved in the design are systematically explained in the design guide.

Features
  • Accuracy of 0.17% Over Temperature (-40°C to 125°C)
  • Second Order Temperature and Linearity Compensation Algorithm
  • Form Factor Design of 23x23mm
  • Protection Against Harness Faults (Over voltage and Reverse Polarity Protection), Broken Wire Detection
  • Meets ISO7637-3 Requirements for Transient Pulses, tested for Bulk Current Injection (BCI)-ISO11452-4

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
PGA400-Q1  Automotive Catalog Programmable Sensor Signal Conditioner w/ Microcontroller  Capacitive Sensing  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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User guides (1)
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PDF 301 27 Mar 2017 286
PDF 527 27 Mar 2017 92
ZIP 216 27 Mar 2017 89
ZIP 521 27 Mar 2017 93
PDF 60 27 Mar 2017 111
PDF 86 27 Mar 2017 76


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