PGA450Q1EVM - Ultrasonic IC Sensor Signal Conditioner Evaluation Module

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Description

This evaluation module features a PGA450-Q1 device which is a system on Chip (SOC) sensor interface IC for automotive ultrasonic sensors. It provides all signal conditioning and processing for the transducer echo signals and for calculating the distance between the transducer and objects. MCU and program memory allow for full configurability for the specific end application.

Application examples are ultrasonic park assist, self parking, blind spot detection and valet parking

Features
  • Flexibility in transducer selection (40 kHz – 70 kHz)
  • SoC that is highly programmable with integrated 8051 core
  • Integrated LIN2.1 master transceiver
  • Can be directly connected to car battery, no wide input range LDO required
  • Load dump protection
  • AEC Q-100


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PGA450Q1EVM:
PGA450Q1EVM - Automotive Ultrasonic Sensor Signal Conditioner Evaluation Module

$199.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
Application notes (3)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 644 13 Jul 2015 259
PDF 156 23 Jun 2015 211
PDF 50 17 Jun 2015 232
User guides (2)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 383 24 Mar 2016 1,120
PDF 9152 05 Nov 2015 1,109
Design files (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
ZIP 2222 02 May 2017 171

Software (2)

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
PGA450-Q1  Ultrasonic Sensor Signal Processor with Integrated Microcontroller (MCU)  Sensing Products 

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