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NFC ISO15693 Sensor Transponder with SPI/I2C interface

RF430FRL154H

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Features

  • ISO/IEC 15693, ISO/IEC 18000-3 (Mode 1) Compliant RF Interface
  • Power Supply System With Either Battery or 13.56-MHz H-Field Supply
  • 14-Bit Sigma-Delta Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)
  • Internal Temperature Sensor
  • Resistive Sensor Bias Interface
  • CRC16 CCITT Generator
  • MSP430 Mixed-Signal Microcontroller
    • 2KB of FRAM
    • 4KB of SRAM
    • 8KB of ROM
    • Supply Voltage Range: 1.45 V to 1.65 V
    • Low Power Consumption
      • Active Mode (AM): 140 µA/MHz (1.5 V)
      • Standby Mode (LPM3): 16 µA
    • 16-Bit RISC Architecture
    • Up to 2-MHz CPU System Clock
    • Compact Clock System
      • 4-MHz High-Frequency Clock
      • 256-kHz Internal Low-Frequency Clock Source
      • External Clock Input
    • 16-Bit Timer_A With Three Capture/Compare Registers
    • LV Port Logic
      • VOL Lower Than 0.15 V at 400 µA
      • VOH Higher Than (VDDB – 0.15 V) at 400 µA
      • Timer_A PWM Signal Available on All Ports
    • eUSCI_B Module Supports 3-Wire and 4-Wire SPI and I2C
    • 32-Bit Watchdog Timer (WDT_A)
    • ROM Development Mode (Map ROM Addresses to SRAM to Enable Firmware Development)
    • Full 4-Wire JTAG Debug Interface
  • For Complete Module Descriptions, See the RF430FRL15xH Family Technical Reference Manual (SLAU506)
  • For Application Operation and Programming, See the RF430FRL15xH Firmware User's Guide (SLAU603)
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Description

The RF430FRL15xH device is a 13.56-MHz transponder chip with a programmable 16-bit MSP430 low-power microcontroller. The device features embedded universal FRAM nonvolatile memory for storage of program code or user data such as calibration and measurement data. The RF430FRL15xH supports communication, parameter setting, and configuration through the ISO/IEC 15693, ISO/IEC 18000-3 compliant RFID interface and the SPI or I2C interface. Sensor measurements are supported by the internal temperature sensor and the onboard 14-bit sigma-delta analog-to-digital converter (ADC), and digital sensors can be connected through SPI or I2C.

The RF430FRL15xH device is optimized for operation in fully passive (battery-less) or single-cell battery-powered (semi-active) mode to achieve extended battery life in portable and wireless sensing applications. FRAM is a nonvolatile memory that combines the speed, flexibility, and endurance of SRAM with the stability and reliability of flash, all at lower total power consumption.

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* Datasheet RF430FRL15xH NFC ISO 15693 Sensor Transponder datasheet (Rev. C) Dec. 08, 2014
* Errata RF430FRL15xH Device Errata Sheet (Rev. A) Jul. 03, 2018
* User guides RF430FRL15xH Family Technical Reference Manual Dec. 05, 2014
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Application notes Frequently asked questions for RF430FRL15xH devices (Rev. C) Mar. 13, 2019
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Technical articles Exploring the impact of IoT on innovation Jul. 17, 2018
User guides RF430FRL152HEVM User's Guide (Rev. C) Jul. 03, 2018
Technical articles An out-of-the-box Internet of Things: building a seamless and secure smart home network Jun. 12, 2018
User guides RF430FRL15xH Firmware User's Guide (Rev. B) Jun. 28, 2017
Application notes RF430FRL15xH NFC ISO 15693 Sensor Transponder Practical Antenna Design (Rev. A) Jul. 16, 2015
Application notes RF430FRL15xH NFC ISO 15693 Sensor Transponder Practical Antenna Design Apr. 30, 2015
White papers Bio-patch Solutions for health and fitness (Rev. A) Dec. 09, 2014
White papers Designing and evaluating an NFC-enabled bio-patch Dec. 01, 2014

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Hardware development

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The RF430FRL152HEVM evaluation module is a self-contained development platform which can be used to evaluate the features and performance of the ISO 15693 compatible RF430FRL15xH NFC Sensor Transponder. The evaluation board can be powered with a battery, over USB or by harvesting RF energy from a (...)

Features
 
  • Wireless communication via the ISO/IEC 15693, ISO/IEC 18000-3 compliant NFC / RFID interface
  • Powering from RF field, USB or 1.5V Battery
  • Integrated 16-bit ultra-low-power programmable MSP430™ CPU
  • Application code embedded in ROM manages RF communication and sensor readings
  • 2 kByte universal non-volatile (...)

Software development

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Reference designs

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RF430FRL152H NFC Temperature and Light Sensor Reference Design
TIDM-RF430FRLSENSE This reference design provides a platform to evaluate the RF430FRL152H NFC Sensor Interface Transponder.  Directly out of the box, thermistor and photo transistor measurements can be communicated to an NFC enabled smart phone or other NFC/RFID Reader device.  This reference design can be (...)
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