Battery-less NFC/RFID Temperature Sensing Evaluation Module

(ACTIVE) RF430-TMPSNS-EVM

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Description

Battery-less sensor measurements that utilize energy harvesting from the RF field can be implemented in applications ranging from medical, health and fitness, and industrial where instantaneous measurements are required and a battery is not feasible or desired. This design implements a single chip NFC/RFID field powered temperature sensor system with the RF430FRL152H.

Features
  • No batteries required
  • Single chip design ADC configuration is "over the air"
  • Minimal external components
  • Different antenna configurations allow many form factors
  • 2KB of non-volatile FRAM memory


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RF430-TMPSNS-EVM:
Battery-less NFC/RFID Temperature Sensing Evaluation Module

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Datasheet (1)
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PDF 1219 08 Dec 2014
Application notes (2)
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Multiple Files   11 Oct 2016 1,061
PDF 3838 18 Feb 2016 1,963

Reference Designs (1)

Name Part Number Tool Type
Battery-less NFC/RFID Temperature Sensing Patch  TIDM-RF430-TEMPSENSE  TI Designs

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
RF430FRL152H  NFC ISO15693 Sensor Transponder With SPI/I2C Interface and 14-Bit Sigma-Delta ADC  Wireless Connectivity 
RF430FRL153H  NFC ISO15693 Sensor Transponder with 14-bit sigma-delta ADC  Wireless Connectivity 

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