Always-on Low-power Gas Sensing with 10+ Year Coin Cell Battery Life Reference Design

(ACTIVE) TIDA-00756

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Description

The TIDA-00756 TI Design uses nano-power operational amplifiers, comparators, system timers, temperature sensors, and the SimpleLink™ ultra-low power 2.4-GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform to demonstrate an ultra-low power carbon monoxide detector implementation. These technologies lead to an extremely long battery life, over 10 years with a standard CR2032 lithium ion coin cell battery, which could be used for applications including gas detection or air quality monitoring. The carbon monoxide detector has sensitivity up to 1000 ppm with a standby current of 1.07-µA. The design guide includes techniques for system design, detailed test results, and information to get the design up and running quickly.

Features
  • Use of nano-power analog ultra-low-power design resulting in 10-year battery life from single CR2032 coin cell
  • Carbon monoxide gas sensor and analog logic always powered on to enable continuous monitoring and fast response times
  • Bluetooth® Low Energy (BL) wireless connectivity reduces installation costs and allows multiple sensors to communicate with single host
  • Self-check and end-of-life monitoring recognizes malfunctioning gas sensor and reports status every five minutes (configurable)
  • Carbon monoxide gas detection range of 0 to 1000 ppm with ±15% accuracy

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
CC2650  SimpleLink multi-standard 2.4 GHz ultra-low power wireless MCU  Multi-Standard  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
LPV811  Single Channel 450nA Precision Nanopower Operational Amplifier  Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps)  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
LPV821  650nA, Precision Zero-Drift Nanopower Amplifier  Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps)  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
TLV3691  0.9V to 6.5V, Nano-Power Comparator  Amplifiers  Sample & Buy Not Available
TMP103  1.4V-Capable Temperature Sensor with I2C/SMBus Interface in WCSP  Temperature Sensors  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
TPD1E10B06  Single-Channel ESD in 0402 Package With 10pF Capacitance and 6V Breakdown  Circuit Protection  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
TPL5111  Ultra Low Power System Timer (35 nA) for Power Gating in duty cycled applications  Clock and Timing  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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Application notes (1)
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PDF 140 22 Sep 2017 360
User guides (1)
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PDF 3087 13 Nov 2017 1,069
Design files (6)
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PDF 2051 08 Nov 2016 143
PDF 82 02 Nov 2016 211
PDF 2341 25 Oct 2016 161
PDF 1042 25 Oct 2016 794
ZIP 812 25 Oct 2016 209
ZIP 1916 25 Oct 2016 202
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Reference Designs (2)

Name Part Number Tool Type
Gas Sensor Platform with Bluetooth Low Energy  TIDA-00056  TI Designs
Single-Chip, Portable Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitor Reference Design With MSP430 MCUs  TIDM-1CHP-DTECT-CO  TI Designs

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