SLASE32C August 2014 – August 2018 MSP430FR5887 , MSP430FR5888 , MSP430FR5889 , MSP430FR58891 , MSP430FR6887 , MSP430FR6888 , MSP430FR6889 , MSP430FR68891
The external connections for using the Extended Scan Interface (ESI) peripheral module depend on the ESI operating mode and the application details. For example, using the ESI in conjunction with analog LC sensors requires different connections than using the ESI with resistive sensors. Also, using optical sensors and encoders that have a digital output require different considerations.
Table 7-2 lists reference designs that use the ESI to interface with different types of sensors to perform rotation detection. These reference designs provide the hardware and software design files as well as analysis and user’s guides to jumpstart your microcontroller-based projects.
|Water Meter Reference Design for Two LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)||TIDM-LC-WATERMTR|
|Water Meter Reference Design for Three LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)||TIDM-3LC-METER-CONV|
|Water Meter Reference Design for GMR Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)||TIDM-GMR-WATERMTR|
|Water Meter Reference Design for Optical Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)||TIDM-OPTICALWATERMTR|
For schematic information related to other types of sensors and application use cases, see the Overview of Extended Scan Interface Applications section in the Extended Scan Interface (ESI) chapter of the MSP430FR58xx, MSP430FR59xx, MSP430FR68xx, and MSP430FR69xx Family User's Guide.