MSP430 Microcontroller Single Chip Inductive Proximity Sensing Reference Design

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Historically, inductive  sensing technique has required complex, analog-only circuitry, making it a costly technique for applications outside of industrial controls or portable metal detectors. To provide a low cost inductive sensing solution for designers, this reference design describes the implementation of the ultra-low power single chip solution for inductive proximity sensor by using TI Extended Scan Interface module on MSP430 microcontrollers. This reference design also uses three different LC sensors to demonstrate the compatibility of ESI module and calibration routine with different type and size of inductors

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  • Ultra-Low Power
  • Single Chip solution
  • Non-contact detection
  • Insensitive to Environmental Contaminations
  • Compatible with different type and size of LC sensors

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
MSP430FR6989  MSP430FR6989 16 MHz ULP Microcontroller - 128 KB FRAM, 2KB SRAM, 83 IO, ADC12, LCD, AES, Scan IF  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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PDF 8331 10 Sep 2015 191
Design files (5)
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ZIP 52 29 Oct 2015 13
ZIP 795 29 Oct 2015 15
PDF 332 29 Oct 2015 18
PDF 200 29 Oct 2015 49
PDF 168 29 Oct 2015 166
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