BOOSTXL-TECDRV

BoosterPack™ featuring TPS63810 for driving a TEC module

BOOSTXL-TECDRV

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Overview

The BOOSXL-TECDRV BoosterPack™ allows users to evaluate the Texas Instruments TPS63810 buck-boost converter as a driver for a thermoelectric cooling (TEC) module. The TPS63810 is a high efficiency, high output current buck-boost converter programmable through I²C interface. The BoosterPack™ operates from input voltage of 3.3 V, and can drive the TEC with an output current of up to 2.5 A.

Features

  • MSP432 Launchpad not included (order e.g. MSP-EXP432P401P)
  • Temperature sensor not included (order e.g. TMP117AIDRV)
  • TEC Module not included

Buck-boost, inverting & split-rail converters (integrated switch)
TPS63810 2.5-A high-efficient buck-boost converter with I²C interface for dynamic voltage scaling TPS63811 2.5-A high-efficient buck-boost converter with I²C interface for dynamic voltage scaling

 

Digital temperature sensors
TMP117 0.1°C digital temperature sensor, 48-bit EEPROM, PT100/PT1000 RTD replacement

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HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE PACKAGE

Driving a TEC module with TPS63810

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BOOSTXL-TECDRV — TPS63810 TEC driver BoosterPack™ plug-in module

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* User guide BOOSTXL-TECDRV BoosterPack User's Guide PDF | HTML Nov. 12, 2020
Certificate BOOSTXL_TECDRV EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Jul. 20, 2020

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