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TMS320F28027FPTQ

C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash, InstaSPIN-FOC 48-LQFP -40 to 125

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Price Range $5.7700 / $19.3000

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Part Number Description Manufacturer Compare
TMS320F28027FPTT Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash, InstaSPIN-FOC 48-LQFP -40 to 105 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027FPTT
TMS320F28027PTT Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 105 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTT
TMS320F28027PTR Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 105 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTR
TMS320F28027PTS Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTS
TMX320F28027PTA Microcontrollers and Processors 0-BIT, 60MHz, OTHER DSP, PQFP48, PLASTIC, LQFP-48 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMX320F28027PTA
TMS320F28027PTQR Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTQR
TMS320F28027PTQ Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTQ
TMP320F28027PTA Microcontrollers and Processors Piccolo Microcontroller 48-LQFP -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMP320F28027PTA
Part Number Description Manufacturer Compare
TMP320F28027PTA Microcontrollers and Processors Piccolo Microcontroller 48-LQFP -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMP320F28027PTA
TMS320F28027PTQ Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTQ
TMX320F28027PTA Microcontrollers and Processors 0-BIT, 60MHz, OTHER DSP, PQFP48, PLASTIC, LQFP-48 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMX320F28027PTA
TMS320F28027PTQR Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTQR
TMS320F28027PTS Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTS
TMS320F28027PTT Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 105 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTT
TMS320F28027PTR Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash 48-LQFP -40 to 105 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027PTR
TMS320F28027FPTT Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 60 MHz, 64 KB Flash, InstaSPIN-FOC 48-LQFP -40 to 105 Texas Instruments TMS320F28027FPTQ vs TMS320F28027FPTT

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  • 1. China
    100
  • 2. Moldova
    77
  • 3. Iceland
    76
  • 4. Cambodia
    75
  • 5. Georgia
    73
  • 6. Malawi
    72
  • 7. Azerbaijan
    70
  • 8. Ghana
    69
  • 9. United States
    69
  • 10. Austria
    68

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Datasheets & Reference Designs

Reference Designs

  • TIDA-00285 1-kW/36-V Power Stage for Brushless Motor in Battery Powered Garden and Power Tools Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00285: This reference design is a power stage for brushless motors in battery-powered garden and power tools rated up to 1 kW. The power stage operates from a 10-cell lithium-ion battery with a voltage range from 36 to 42 V. The design uses CSD18540Q5B NexFETs featuring a very low drain-to-source resistance (RDS_ON ) of 1.8 mΩ in a SON5x6 SMD package, which results in a very small form factor of 57 × 59 mm. The three-phase gate-driver DRV8303 is used to drive the three-phase MOSFET bridge, which can operate from 6 to 60 V and support programmable gate current with maximum setting of 2.3-A sink / 1.7-A source. The power stage can be configured for a single-shunt or three-shunt current sensing. The design supports sensorless control for brushless DC (BLDC) and permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSM) using trapezoidal control or field oriented control (FOC). The C2000™ Piccolo™ LaunchPad™ is used with the power stage to implement InstaSPIN™-FOC using the motor current and voltage feedback. The corresponding test report evaluates the thermal performance of the board and overcurrent protection features such as cycle-by-cycle control and latch control of the DRV8303.
  • 1-kW/36-V Power Stage for Brushless Motor in Battery Powered Garden and Power Tools Reference Design
    TIDA-00285: This reference design is a power stage for brushless motors in battery-powered garden and power tools rated up to 1 kW. The power stage operates from a 10-cell lithium-ion battery with a voltage range from 36 to 42 V. The design uses CSD18540Q5B NexFETs featuring a very low drain-to-source resistance (RDS_ON ) of 1.8 mΩ in a SON5x6 SMD package, which results in a very small form factor of 57 × 59 mm. The three-phase gate-driver DRV8303 is used to drive the three-phase MOSFET bridge, which can operate from 6 to 60 V and support programmable gate current with maximum setting of 2.3-A sink / 1.7-A source. The power stage can be configured for a single-shunt or three-shunt current sensing. The design supports sensorless control for brushless DC (BLDC) and permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSM) using trapezoidal control or field oriented control (FOC). The C2000™ Piccolo™ LaunchPad™ is used with the power stage to implement InstaSPIN™-FOC using the motor current and voltage feedback. The corresponding test report evaluates the thermal performance of the board and overcurrent protection features such as cycle-by-cycle control and latch control of the DRV8303.
  • Automotive 60W Brushless DC (BLDC) Motor Drive
    TIDA-00143: This TIDA-00143 reference design is a BLDC motor controller and is designed to operate from a single 12V (nominal) power supply which can vary over a wide range of voltages as found in typical automotive applications. The board is designed to drive motors in the 60W range, which require currents of 5 Amps. The size and layout of the board is intended to facilitate evaluation of the drive electronics and firmware, with easy access to key signals on individual test points. Connection to a wide variety of motors is possible using either the 3-contact connector or by soldering motor phase wires to plated-through holes in the board. The 12Vdc power is fused to prevent damage to the board or to bench power supplies in case of a motor fault during testing. Command and status of the motor can be communicated through the standard JTAG connector, or through PWM input and output signals. Users can also re-program the microcontroller through the JTAG connector, allowing customization to a wide variety of applications.
  • Three-Phase Brushless DC Motor Driver
    TIDM-LPBP-BLDCMOTORDRIVE: The Three-Phase Brushless DC Motor Driver reference design is a 10A, 3-phase brushless DC drive stage based on the DRV8301 pre-driver and CSD18533Q5A NextFET™ power MOSFET. It has three low side current sense amps (two internal to DRV8301, one external). The design also leverages a 1.5A step down buck converter, is fully protected with short circuit, thermal, and shoot-through protection, and is easily configured via a SPI interface. It is ideal for sensorless, brushless control techniques and drive stage design.
  • TIDA-00143 Automotive 60W Brushless DC (BLDC) Motor Drive | TI.com
    TIDA-00143: This TIDA-00143 reference design is a BLDC motor controller and is designed to operate from a single 12V (nominal) power supply which can vary over a wide range of voltages as found in typical automotive applications. The board is designed to drive motors in the 60W range, which require currents of 5 Amps. The size and layout of the board is intended to facilitate evaluation of the drive electronics and firmware, with easy access to key signals on individual test points. Connection to a wide variety of motors is possible using either the 3-contact connector or by soldering motor phase wires to plated-through holes in the board. The 12Vdc power is fused to prevent damage to the board or to bench power supplies in case of a motor fault during testing. Command and status of the motor can be communicated through the standard JTAG connector, or through PWM input and output signals. Users can also re-program the microcontroller through the JTAG connector, allowing customization to a wide variety of applications.
  • TIDA-00067 DC Power Line Communication (PLC) Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00067: The DC (24 V, nominal) Power-Line Communication (PLC) reference design is intended as an evaluation module that customers can use to develop end-products for industrial applications leveraging the capability to deliver both power and communications overs the same DC power line. The reference design provides a complete design guide for the hardware and firmware design of a master (PLC) node, slave (PLC) node in an extremely small (approximately 1-inch diameter) industrial form factor. The application layer handles the addressing of the slave (PLC) nodes as well as the communication from the host processor (PC or Sitara Arm MPU from Texas Instruments). The host processor communicates only to the master (PLC) node via a USB-UART interface and then master node communicates to the rest of the slave nodes over the Power Line Communication. The easy-to-use GUI is also included that can run on the host processor and provides address management as well as slave node(s) status monitoring and control to the user. At the heart of this reference design are the AFE from TI, AFE031, to interface with power lines as well as the TMS320F28035 Piccolo™ Microcontroller that runs the PLC-Lite protocol from TI. The AFE’s monolithic integrated circuit provides high reliability in demanding power-line communications applications. The F2803x Piccolo family of microcontrollers (C2000™) provides the power of the C28x core and Control Law Accelerator (CLA) coupled with highly integrated control peripherals in low pin-count devices. Based on TI’s powerful, C2000 microcontroller architecture and the AFE031, developers can select the correct blend of processing capacity and peripherals to either add power-line communications to an existing design or implement a complete application with PLC communications.
  • TIDM-LPBP-BLDCMOTORDRIVE Three-Phase Brushless DC Motor Driver | TI.com
    TIDM-LPBP-BLDCMOTORDRIVE: The Three-Phase Brushless DC Motor Driver reference design is a 10A, 3-phase brushless DC drive stage based on the DRV8301 pre-driver and CSD18533Q5A NextFET™ power MOSFET. It has three low side current sense amps (two internal to DRV8301, one external). The design also leverages a 1.5A step down buck converter, is fully protected with short circuit, thermal, and shoot-through protection, and is easily configured via a SPI interface. It is ideal for sensorless, brushless control techniques and drive stage design.
  • TIDA-00643 4.4 V to 30 V, 15 A, High Performance Brushless DC Drone Propeller Controller Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00643: The TIDA-00643 reference design is a 4.4 to 30 V brushless DC motor controller for high power<a href="http://www.ti.com/solution/nonmilitary_drones">drones, quadcopter</a>, propeller, fan, and pump applications. It uses the Texas Instrument’s DRV8305 brushless DC motor gate driver, CSD17573Q5B 30V NexFET power MOSFETs, TPD4E05U06 TVS protection IC, C2000 motor control MCU, and LMR16006 3.3 V buck converter. It utilizes InstaSPINTM-FOC for sensorless field oriented motor control and commands the motor speed through an external reference signal from a central controller. This design is focused on demonstrating a highly efficient and high power BLDC motor system.
  • DC Power Line Communication (PLC) Reference Design
    TIDA-00067: The DC (24 V, nominal) Power-Line Communication (PLC) reference design is intended as an evaluation module that customers can use to develop end-products for industrial applications leveraging the capability to deliver both power and communications overs the same DC power line. The reference design provides a complete design guide for the hardware and firmware design of a master (PLC) node, slave (PLC) node in an extremely small (approximately 1-inch diameter) industrial form factor. The application layer handles the addressing of the slave (PLC) nodes as well as the communication from the host processor (PC or Sitara Arm MPU from Texas Instruments). The host processor communicates only to the master (PLC) node via a USB-UART interface and then master node communicates to the rest of the slave nodes over the Power Line Communication. The easy-to-use GUI is also included that can run on the host processor and provides address management as well as slave node(s) status monitoring and control to the user. At the heart of this reference design are the AFE from TI, AFE031, to interface with power lines as well as the TMS320F28035 Piccolo™ Microcontroller that runs the PLC-Lite protocol from TI. The AFE’s monolithic integrated circuit provides high reliability in demanding power-line communications applications. The F2803x Piccolo family of microcontrollers (C2000™) provides the power of the C28x core and Control Law Accelerator (CLA) coupled with highly integrated control peripherals in low pin-count devices. Based on TI’s powerful, C2000 microcontroller architecture and the AFE031, developers can select the correct blend of processing capacity and peripherals to either add power-line communications to an existing design or implement a complete application with PLC communications.
  • 4.4 V to 30 V, 15 A, High Performance Brushless DC Drone Propeller Controller Reference Design
    TIDA-00643: The TIDA-00643 reference design is a 4.4 to 30 V brushless DC motor controller for high power drone, quadcopter, propeller, fan, and pump applications. It uses the Texas Instrument’s DRV8305 brushless DC motor gate driver, CSD17573Q5B 30V NexFET power MOSFETs, TPD4E05U06 TVS protection IC, C2000 motor control MCU, and LMR16006 3.3 V buck converter. It utilizes InstaSPINTM-FOC for sensorless field oriented motor control and commands the motor speed through an external reference signal from a central controller. This design is focused on demonstrating a highly efficient and high power BLDC motor system.

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