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MSP430F5528IRGCR

25 MHz MCU with Integrated USB Phy, 128KB Flash, 8KB RAM, 12Bit/10 Channel ADC, 32BIT HW Multiplier 64-VQFN -40 to 85

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
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Datasheets & Reference Designs

Reference Designs

  • TIDA-00979 RGB LED Signal Tower for Industrial Automation Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00979: The TIDA-00979 TI Design is a multi-segment RGB Signal Tower for industrial process automation. The reference design enables fully flexible control of color and brightness and allows to change easily the amount of segments. With this smart process condition and safety indicator any type of industrial stack light tower can be realized and configured via software.
  • TIDA-00010 Pulse Oximeter via Finger Clip Reference Design with BLE Connectivity | TI.com
    TIDA-00010: This reference design is for a complete SPO2 Pulse Oximeter finger clip end equipment featuring TI signal chain, power, and connectivity components. With TI's AFE4490 Pulse Ox AFE, you can accelerate and simplify your pulse ox design while still ensuring the highest of quality clinical measurements. This reference design also includes a full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • Code Generation and Optimization With FlowESI GUI and EnergyTrace Reference Design
    TIDM-FLOWESI-ETRACE: When designing battery-powered applications, ultra-low power consumption is the key factor in extending the lifetime of a system. Long-running designs must not waste the energy they are provided. Despite choosing appropriate low-power hardware components, firmware also takes an important role to reduce power consumption. This TI design highlights the usage of FlowESI GUI and the EnergyTrace technology to help developers to design and optimize ultra-low-power applications on the EVM430-FR6989.
  • TIDA-00509 16-button Inductive Keypad Reference Design Using the LDC1314 Inductance-to-Digital Converter | TI.com
    TIDA-00509: The LDC1314's unique inductive sensing capability is used to implement a contactless, 16 button, multi-function keypad. It uses standard PCB technology and easily manufactured components to implement a low cost solution. This reference design uses the LDC1314. This reference design can also be used with LDC1312, LDC1612 and LDC1614.
  • TIDA-00314 Touch on Metal Buttons With Integrated Haptic Feedback Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00314: This TI Design uses Texas Instruments' inductance-to-digital converter technology to provide a high-precision method to sense button presses on a metal surface and TI's Haptic Drivers provide high quality haptics feedback to the user. TIDA-00314 demonstrates techniques for system design, environmental compensation, and electromagnetic interference protection. Watch a TIDA-00314 Overview video on the Touch on Metal Buttons With Integrated Haptic Feedback NOW.
  • TIDA-00311 Miniaturized Pulse Oximeter Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00311: This reference design is for a miniturized pulse oximeter specifically designed for high end clinical applications. The small form factor module can easily simplify and accelerate pulse oximeter system design. Featuring TI's AFE4403 Analog Front End for interfacing with the LED and Photodiode sensors, this design also includes an MCU for processing the information from the AFE. This design is a smaller form factor than TIDA-00010.
  • Optical Heart Rate Monitor Reference Design with BLE Connectivity
    TIDA-00011: This reference design is for a complete Optical Heart Rate Monitor wrist watch (no chest strap!) end equipment featuring TI signal chain, power, and connectivity components. With TI's AFE4400 AFE, you can accelerate and simplify your wrist based HRM design while still ensuring measurement performance needed for serious Fitness designs. This reference design also includes a full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • Cuffless, Non-Invasive Blood Pressure – Pulse Transit Time (PTT) Technique Reference Design
    TIDA-00683: The TIDA-00683 reference design is a proof of concept demonstration for cuffless and non-invasive estimation of a continuous blood pressure based on Pulse Transit Time (PTT) technique. By combining the high performance AFE4404 front-end IC for photoplethysmogram (PPG) measurements and ADS1292R Analog front-end IC for Electro-cardiogram (ECG) measurements, the pulse transit time (PTT) can be determined. This reference design helps obtain the PTT calculation only. PTT could then be potentially correlated to blood pressure - which is not a step taken in this reference design.
  • TIDA-00301 Miniaturized Optical Heart Rate Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00301: This reference design is for a miniaturized Optical Heart Rate Monitor measurement solution (no chest strap!) specifically targeted for wearable and mobile applications. The small form factor module can easily interface to smartphones, tablets, and wearables. With TI's AFE4403 AFE, you can accelerate and simplify your Optical HRM design while still ensuring measurement performance needed for serious Fitness designs. This design is a smaller form factor than TIDA-00011.
  • TIDA-00563 Inductive Proximity Switch BoosterPack Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00563: The TIDA-00563 TI Design offers highly integrated complete analog front end (AFE) inductance-to-digital converters (LDCs) optimized for use in industrial proximity sensors for contactless and robust applications such as presence detection and event counting. Inductive sensing technology provides reliable and accurate sensing even in the presence on dirt, oil or moisture making them ideal for use in harsh or dirty environment. This reference design uses a 1.8V to 3.3V high resolution, high speed inductance-to-digital converter which provides a programmable decision threshold setting and wide sensor frequency range. The scope of this design guide is to give system designers a head-start in integrating TI’s inductance-to-digital converter (LDC), ultra-low-power MCU and power management devices into their end-equipment systems. This design guide describes the principle of operation and basic design process for building a high performance and high reliable inductive proximity switch at lower cost than other competing solutions. All the relevant design files like schematics, BOM, layer plots, Altium files, Gerber and MSP430 MCU firmware are provided.
  • TIDA-00317 Capacitive-Based Liquid Level Sensing Sensor Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00317: This TI Design with the use of the FDC1004EVM provides a robust and accurate capacitive-based liquid level sensing solution. TIDA-00317 demonstrates the sensor design and configuration setup to mitigate parasitic capacitance interference from the system environment.
  • Water Meter Reference Design for Optical Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)
    TIDM-OPTICALWATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to an optical rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption.
  • TIDA-00460 Inductive Linear Position Sensing Booster Pack Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00460: Typical implementations of distance measurements use expensive rare-earth magnets. To lower overall system cost, this reference design walks through the implementation of industry’s first inductance-to-digital converters from TI for linear position sensing without the use of any expensive rare-earth magnets. Linear position sensing determines the position of a target that moves laterally across an inductive sensor that is generating a magnetic field. An inductance-to-digital converter (LDC), like the LDC1000 or LDC1101, senses inductance changes of an inductor that comes into proximity with a conductive target, such as a piece of metal. The LDC measures this inductance shift to provide information about the position of a conductive target over a sensor coil. The inductance shift is caused by eddy currents generated in the target due to the magnetic field of the sensor. These eddy currents generate a secondary magnetic field that opposes the sensor field, causing a shift in the observed inductance.
  • Water Meter Reference Design for GMR Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)
    TIDM-GMR-WATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to a Giant magneto-resistive (GMR) rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption.
  • TIDM-BOOST-IR-REMOTE IR Remote Control using IR BoosterPack and Ultra-Low Power Microcontroller | TI.com
    TIDM-BOOST-IR-REMOTE: This design shows the implementation of IR Remote Control functionality using the integrated IR features of the MSP430FR4133 device. Examples include basic IR ASK TX and RX, and a Learning Mode where the device can be trained to control existing IR devices, like a television.
  • TIDM-GMR-WATERMTR Water Meter Reference Design for GMR Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI) | TI.com
    TIDM-GMR-WATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to a Giant magneto-resistive (GMR) rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption.
  • Water Meter Reference Design for three LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)
    TIDM-3LC-METER-CONV: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to 3 LC rotation detection sensors, the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption
  • Hand-to-Hand Body Composition Meter Reference Design with BLE Connectivity
    TIDA-00008: This reference design is for a complete hand-held body composition or fat loss monitor end equipment featuring TI signal chain, power, and connectivity components. With TI's AFE4300 body composition AFE, you can accelerate your body composition design to develop more quickly. This reference design also includes the full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • TIDA-00851-LDC0851 LDC0851 Event Counting Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00851-LDC0851: An inductive sensing (LDC)-based event counting design providing a robust and low-cost interface for speed measurement and event counting applications. The solution doesn't require magnets and reliably operates in environments with dirt, moisture or oil that usually pose challenges for alternate sensing technologies.
  • TIDA-00615 Inductive Sensing 32-Position Encoder Knob Reference Design using the LDC1312/LDC1314 | TI.com
    TIDA-00615: An inductive sensing based incremental encoder knob design can provide a robust and low-cost interface for control inputs. It can reliably operate in environments which have dirt, moisture, or oil which would pose issues for alternate sensing technologies. This solution requires no magnets.
  • TIDA-00008 Hand-to-Hand Body Composition Meter Reference Design with BLE Connectivity | TI.com
    TIDA-00008: This reference design is for a complete hand-held body composition or fat loss monitor end equipment featuring TI signal chain, power, and connectivity components. With TI's AFE4300 body composition AFE, you can accelerate your body composition design to develop more quickly. This reference design also includes the full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • TIDA-00292 Biometric Steering Wheel Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00292: This reference design is for a concept demonstration of how a driver's pulse rate, respiration rate, and ECG based heart rate can be obtained from a vehicle steering wheel. AFE4400 and AFE4300 from TI's biometric family of analog front-ends (AFE), enables acquisition of all three parameters via simple hand contacts on the steering wheel. This reference design also includes a full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc
  • TIDA-00508 1-Degree Dial Reference Design Using the LDC1314 Inductance-to-Digital Converter | TI.com
    TIDA-00508: The LDC1314's unique inductive sensing capability is used to implement a contactless rotational position sensing solution that is accurate to 1 degree. It uses standard PCB technology and easily manufactured components to implement a low cost solution. This reference design uses the LDC1314. This reference design can also be used with LDC1312, LDC1612 and LDC1614.
  • Biometric Steering Wheel Reference Design
    TIDA-00292: This reference design is for a concept demonstration of how a driver's pulse rate, respiration rate, and ECG based heart rate can be obtained from a vehicle steering wheel. AFE4400 and AFE4300 from TI's biometric family of analog front-ends (AFE), enables acquisition of all three parameters via simple hand contacts on the steering wheel. This reference design also includes a full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc
  • Water Meter Reference Design for two LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI)
    TIDM-LC-WATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to LC rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption. To purchase the kit, please see the EVM430-FR6989 page.
  • TIDM-FLOWESI-ETRACE Code Generation and Optimization With FlowESI GUI and EnergyTrace Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-FLOWESI-ETRACE: When designing battery-powered applications, ultra-low power consumption is the key factor in extending the lifetime of a system. Long-running designs must not waste the energy they are provided. Despite choosing appropriate low-power hardware components, firmware also takes an important role to reduce power consumption. This TI design highlights the usage of FlowESI GUI and the EnergyTrace technology to help developers to design and optimize ultra-low-power applications on the EVM430-FR6989.
  • TIDA-00011 Optical Heart Rate Monitor Reference Design with BLE Connectivity | TI.com
    TIDA-00011: This reference design is for a complete Optical Heart Rate Monitor wrist watch (no chest strap!) end equipment featuring TI signal chain, power, and connectivity components. With TI's AFE4400 AFE, you can accelerate and simplify your wrist based HRM design while still ensuring measurement performance needed for serious Fitness designs. This reference design also includes a full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • TIDA-00009 Body Weight Scale Reference Design with Body Composition capability and BLE Connectivity | TI.com
    TIDA-00009: This reference design is for a complete body weight scale end equipment with body composition capability featuring TI signal chain, power, and connectivity components. With TI's AFE4300 weigh scale/body composition AFE, you can accelerate your body weight scale design or quickly add body composition measurement features to your existing platform. This reference design also includes the full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • TIDM-OPTICALWATERMTR Water Meter Reference Design for Optical Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI) | TI.com
    TIDM-OPTICALWATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to an optical rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption.
  • Capacitive-Based Liquid Level Sensing Sensor Reference Design
    TIDA-00317: This TI Design with the use of the FDC1004EVM provides a robust and accurate capacitive-based liquid level sensing solution. TIDA-00317 demonstrates the sensor design and configuration setup to mitigate parasitic capacitance interference from the system environment.
  • TIDM-3LC-METER-CONV Water Meter Reference Design for three LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI) | TI.com
    TIDM-3LC-METER-CONV: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to 3 LC rotation detection sensors, the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption
  • Body Weight Scale Reference Design with Body Composition capability and BLE Connectivity
    TIDA-00009: This reference design is for a complete body weight scale end equipment with body composition capability featuring TI signal chain, power, and connectivity components. With TI's AFE4300 weigh scale/body composition AFE, you can accelerate your body weight scale design or quickly add body composition measurement features to your existing platform. This reference design also includes the full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • IR Remote Control using IR BoosterPack and Ultra-Low Power Microcontroller
    TIDM-BOOST-IR-REMOTE: This design shows the implementation of IR Remote Control functionality using the integrated IR features of the MSP430FR4133 device. Examples include basic IR ASK TX and RX, and a Learning Mode where the device can be trained to control existing IR devices, like a television.
  • TIDM-LC-WATERMTR Water Meter Reference Design for two LC Sensors, Using Extended Scan Interface (ESI) | TI.com
    TIDM-LC-WATERMTR: One of the challenges in battery operated water meters is to continuously measure the water flow information while consuming as little energy as possible. The EVM430-FR6989 used in this design features a MSP430 FRAM-based microcontroller with 100uA/MHz active-mode current, 450nA standby-mode current with the real-time clock enabled, and integrated low-power analog and digital peripherals. Additionally, the MCU offers for near infinite write endurance, quick/low-power writes, and data flexibility. This reference design demonstrates a usage example of the integrated Extended Scan Interface (ESI) on the microcontroller to achieve ultra-low power consumption compared with the same detecting methodology using an external circuit. In water meter designs, coupled to LC rotation detection sensor (provided), the ESI is continuously detecting the rotation of the propeller while the rest of the microcontroller is in a low-power mode. By using the ESI integrated in the MSP430 MCU, this design automates the measurement process and reduces CPU involvement, which helps to reduce overall power consumption. To purchase the kit, please see the EVM430-FR6989 page.
  • 16-button Inductive Keypad Reference Design Using the LDC1314 Inductance-to-Digital Converter
    TIDA-00509: The LDC1314's unique inductive sensing capability is used to implement a contactless, 16 button, multi-function keypad. It uses standard PCB technology and easily manufactured components to implement a low cost solution. This reference design uses the LDC1314. This reference design can also be used with LDC1312, LDC1612 and LDC1614.
  • Miniaturized Pulse Oximeter Reference Design
    TIDA-00311: This reference design is for a miniturized pulse oximeter specifically designed for high end clinical applications. The small form factor module can easily simplify and accelerate pulse oximeter system design. Featuring TI's AFE4403 Analog Front End for interfacing with the LED and Photodiode sensors, this design also includes an MCU for processing the information from the AFE. This design is a smaller form factor than TIDA-00010.
  • TIDA-00452 Temperature Sensor for Wearable Devices Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00452: This TI Design is to demonstrate temperature sensoring aimed at the wearables market. The LMT70 temperature sensor is ideal for wearable devices due to its 0.13C temperature accuracy at human body temperatures. Its small form WCSP package allows it to be heated up quickly and thus have a fast thermal response time when placed onto a human body.
  • Temperature Sensor for Wearable Devices Reference Design
    TIDA-00452: This TI Design is to demonstrate temperature sensoring aimed at the wearables market. The LMT70 temperature sensor is ideal for wearable devices due to its 0.13C temperature accuracy at human body temperatures. Its small form WCSP package allows it to be heated up quickly and thus have a fast thermal response time when placed onto a human body.
  • Pulse Oximeter via Finger Clip Reference Design with BLE Connectivity
    TIDA-00010: This reference design is for a complete SPO2 Pulse Oximeter finger clip end equipment featuring TI signal chain, power, and connectivity components. With TI's AFE4490 Pulse Ox AFE, you can accelerate and simplify your pulse ox design while still ensuring the highest of quality clinical measurements. This reference design also includes a full BLE connectivity design for easy interface to BLE enabled smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • 1-Degree Dial Reference Design Using the LDC1314 Inductance-to-Digital Converter
    TIDA-00508: The LDC1314's unique inductive sensing capability is used to implement a contactless rotational position sensing solution that is accurate to 1 degree. It uses standard PCB technology and easily manufactured components to implement a low cost solution. This reference design uses the LDC1314. This reference design can also be used with LDC1312, LDC1612 and LDC1614.
  • Miniaturized Optical Heart Rate Reference Design
    TIDA-00301: This reference design is for a miniaturized Optical Heart Rate Monitor measurement solution (no chest strap!) specifically targeted for wearable and mobile applications. The small form factor module can easily interface to smartphones, tablets, and wearables. With TI's AFE4403 AFE, you can accelerate and simplify your Optical HRM design while still ensuring measurement performance needed for serious Fitness designs. This design is a smaller form factor than TIDA-00011.
  • Inductive Linear Position Sensing Booster Pack Reference Design
    TIDA-00460: Typical implementations of distance measurements use expensive rare-earth magnets. To lower overall system cost, this reference design walks through the implementation of industry’s first inductance-to-digital converters from TI for linear position sensing without the use of any expensive rare-earth magnets. Linear position sensing determines the position of a target that moves laterally across an inductive sensor that is generating a magnetic field. An inductance-to-digital converter (LDC), like the LDC1000 or LDC1101, senses inductance changes of an inductor that comes into proximity with a conductive target, such as a piece of metal. The LDC measures this inductance shift to provide information about the position of a conductive target over a sensor coil. The inductance shift is caused by eddy currents generated in the target due to the magnetic field of the sensor. These eddy currents generate a secondary magnetic field that opposes the sensor field, causing a shift in the observed inductance.
  • TIDA-00752 ±0.5°C 2-Wire Galvanically Isolated IC Temp Sensor with Pulse Count Interface Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00752: In order to provide system designers a new cost-effective and easy alternative to assured precision temperature measurement, this reference design discusses the new tiny 2-pin digital output IC temperature sensor with single wire pulse count interface that enhances reliability and greatly simplifies the design of galvanic isolation architecture for sending both power and unidirectional data through same low profile transformer and remote operation. In addition, with fewer error sources, computation of error budget is easier. Cost budgets, accuracy, size and simplicity of interfacing with other circuit elements are main factors in selecting a sensor to do a job and this reference design system tremendously helps in meeting all these requirements. With less-than 0.25°C maximum measured error over temperature range -50°C to 150°C, functional isolation of 400VRMS and IEC61000-4-4 pre-compliance testing, this design significantly reduces the design time for development of high-accuracy temperature measurement systems.
  • Touch on Metal Buttons With Integrated Haptic Feedback Reference Design
    TIDA-00314: This TI Design uses Texas Instruments' inductance-to-digital converter technology to provide a high-precision method to sense button presses on a metal surface and TI's Haptic Drivers provide high quality haptics feedback to the user. TIDA-00314 demonstrates techniques for system design, environmental compensation, and electromagnetic interference protection. Watch a TIDA-00314 Overview video on the Touch on Metal Buttons With Integrated Haptic Feedback NOW.

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