AUTOCRANKSIM-EVM

Simulator for automotive cranking pulses evaluation module

AUTOCRANKSIM-EVM

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Overview

The Cranking simulator generates preprogrammed cranking pulses, resembling typical pulse as seen on Car-Battery during cranking (e.g. during start-stop operation). Other pulses can be configured via source-code change, which makes it applicable for any supply-voltage profile in the range of 2.18V.

This tool can be used to verify system-performance like the reaction of buck-boost topologies to such pulses on their input.

Features
  • 3 pre-programmed typical cranking pulses
  • Other pulses individually programmable via firmware-change
  • up to 50W output power
  • Adjustable repetition rate
  • Continuous or single-shot operation
Multi-channel ICs (PMICs)
TPS43330A-Q1 Automotive 2V to 40V Low Iq Single Boost & Dual Synchronous Buck Controller

 

Buck controllers (external switch)
TPS40170 4.5 V to 60 V Wide-Input Synchronous PWM Buck Controller

 

MSP430 microcontrollers
MSP430F2232 16 MHz MCU with 8KB Flash, 512B SRAM, UART/SPI/I2C, timer

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AUTOCRANKSIM-EVM – Simulator for automotive cranking pulses evaluation module

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* User guide HVL068A Cranking Simulator User's Guide Dec. 17, 2013
Certificate AUTOCRANKSIM-EVM EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Jan. 02, 2019
Data sheet TPS40170 4.5 V to 60 V, Wide-Input Synchronous PWM Buck Controller datasheet (Rev. B) Dec. 29, 2014
Data sheet TPS4333x-Q1 Low IQ, Single Boost, Dual Synchronous Buck Controller datasheet (Rev. F) Dec. 23, 2014
Data sheet MSP430F22x2, MSP430F22x4 Mixed Signal Microcontroller datasheet (Rev. G) Aug. 22, 2012

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