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TUSB2046BIRHBR

4-port USB 2.0 12-Mbps USB full-speed hub 32-VQFN -40 to 85

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Price Range $2.2000 / $3.2800

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TUSB2046BIRHBT Microcontrollers and Processors 4-port USB 2.0 12-Mbps USB full-speed hub 32-VQFN -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TUSB2046BIRHBR vs TUSB2046BIRHBT
TUSB2046BIRHB Microcontrollers and Processors 5 CHANNEL(S), 12Mbps, LOCAL AREA NETWORK CONTROLLER, PQCC32, 0.50 MM PITCH, PLASTIC, QFN-32 Texas Instruments TUSB2046BIRHBR vs TUSB2046BIRHB

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    100
  • 2. South Korea
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Reference Designs

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • NFC Active and Passive Peer to Peer Communication Reference Design
    TIDM-NFC-P2P: This Near Field Communication (NFC) reference design provides a firmware example for implementing an NFC Peer to Peer (P2P) application. It is used for showing the application developer the correct way to implement a robust peer-to-peer project using the TRF7970A in both active and passive modes. The complexity of the Peer to Peer protocols and amount of NFC documentation that needs to be reviewed has traditionally been a barrier to developers creating NFC applications. This reference design solves this problem by providing a small number (five total) of easy to use Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). The documentation, hardware, and example code provided allows the designer to quickly implement NFC P2P functionality with an MSP430 or other MCU of choice.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Near Field Communication (NFC) Card Emulation Reference Design
    TIDM-NFC-CE: This Near Field Communication (NFC) reference design provides a firmware example for the implementation of an NFC Card Emulation application using the TRF7970A NFC transceiver. This reference design provides a small number of easy to use Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) which allow users to quickly implement NFC Card Emulation functionality. The documentation, hardware, and example C code provided will allow designers to develop NFC Card Emulation applications with an MSP430 or easily ported to another MCU of choice. Sample Code described in this design can be downloaded from the design guide.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 3D Printer Controller (12V)
    TIDA-00405: This design is a complete system for controlling 3-axis, single extruder-based 3D printers. The system is managed by the MSP430F5529 LaunchPad and utilizes the DRV8846 for precision stepper motor control. The CSD18534Q5A is used as a low-side switch for the hot bed heater, extruder heater, and cooling fan. The DRV5033 Hall Sensor acts as a contactless limit switch.
  • QVGA 3-D Graphics on Ultra Low Power Microcontrollers
    TIDM-3DGRAPHICS-QVGA: This reference design demonstrates how to implement three-dimensional (3-D) graphics on a QVGA LCD using the low-power and performance MSP430F5529 microcontroller as well as the ultra-low-power MSP430FR5969 FRAM microcontroller. This implementation is made possible by using free and optimized software drivers and math libraries available in MSP430ware™. Using the floating-point and fixed-point libraries in MSPMATHLIB and IQmathLib respectively, developers can improve the math performance in MSP430™ and potentially increase battery life in a number of applications.
  • 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.

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