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TMS320F28075PTPQ

C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 120 MHz, FPU, TMU, 512 KB Flash, CLA, SDFM 176-HLQFP -40 to 125

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Price Range $52.6350

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TMS320F28075PTPT Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 120 MHz, FPU, TMU, 512 KB Flash, CLA, SDFM 176-HLQFP -40 to 105 Texas Instruments TMS320F28075PTPQ vs TMS320F28075PTPT
TMS320F28075PTPS Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 120 MHz, FPU, TMU, 512 KB Flash, CLA, SDFM 176-HLQFP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments TMS320F28075PTPQ vs TMS320F28075PTPS
Part Number Description Manufacturer Compare
TMS320F28075PTPT Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 120 MHz, FPU, TMU, 512 KB Flash, CLA, SDFM 176-HLQFP -40 to 105 Texas Instruments TMS320F28075PTPQ vs TMS320F28075PTPT
TMS320F28075PTPS Microcontrollers and Processors C2000™ 32-bit MCU with 120 MHz, FPU, TMU, 512 KB Flash, CLA, SDFM 176-HLQFP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments TMS320F28075PTPQ vs TMS320F28075PTPS

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  • 1. South Korea
    100
  • 2. China
    93
  • 3. Malawi
    91
  • 4. Suriname
    89
  • 5. Ghana
    87
  • 6. Czech Republic
    86
  • 7. Russia
    86
  • 8. Kiribati
    86
  • 9. Serbia
    86
  • 10. Morocco
    85

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Reference Designs

  • 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.
  • 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.

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