Development kit type (category): PCB design board; Dimensions, height: 32 mm; Dimensions, length: 297 mm; Dimensions, width: 210 mm; MC layout: ARM Cortex-M4; Manufacturer: Texas Instruments; Operating voltage: 5 V; Series (Microcontroller): TI Launchpad; Tool type: Development Kit; Type (manufacturer type): MSP-EXP432P401R
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The TPS2552/3DBVEVM and TPS2552/3DRVEVM are evaluation modules (EVM) for Texas Instruments’family of power-distribution switches with adjustable current-limit. These EVMs operate over a 2.5 V to 6.5 V range. An onboard jumper sets the output current-limit to either 0.5 A or 1 A.
The MSP-EXP430FR5969 LaunchPad development kit is an easy-to-use Evaluation Module for the MSP430FR5969 microcontroller. It contains everything needed to start developing on MSP430’s ULP FRAM platform, including on-board emulation for programming, debugging and Energy Measurements. The board features on-board buttons and LEDs for quick integration of a simple user interface as well as a SuperCap allowing standalone applications without external power supply.
The SRC4192EVM evaluation module provides a hardware platform for evaluating the SRC4192, SRC4193, and SRC4190 asynchronous sample rate converters. This family of devices represents the highest performance sample rate converters targeted for use in the professional and broadcast audio markets. Operation at input and output sampling rates up to 212kHz is supported, with a continuous input-to-output sampling range of 1:16 and 16:1.
The ADS7864M-EVM is designed for the prototyping and evaluation of the ADS7864 analog-to-digital converter (ADC). This high-resolution 16 bit, parallel analog-to-digital high-speed 250 kHz, SAR device, has a single or fully differential, pseudo-bipolar input. The EVM uses a INA159 amplifier (selected for its low noise), configured to allow the ADS7864 to operate at optimized performance to meet data sheet specifications.
The DS25BR204EVK is an evaluation kit designed for demonstrating performance of the DS25BR204, a 3.125 Gbps 1:4 LVDS Buffer/Repeater with transmit pre-emphasis and receive equalization. The evaluation kit is comprised of the DS25BR204 with its associated input and output SMA connectors and jumpers to manually configure the switch. In addition, the EVK features three FR4 striplines (15 (~38), 30 (~76) and 60 (~152) inches (cm) in length) for exercising device's signal conditioning features (pre-emphasis and equalization).
The MSP-TS430RGZ48B is a standalone 48-pin ZIF socket target board used to program and debug the MSP430 in-system through the JTAG interface or the Spy Bi-Wire (2-wire JTAG) protocol. The development board supports all MSP430F5342x Flash parts in a 48-pin QFN package (TI package code: RGZ).
The LM5064EVK evaluation module provides the power design engineer with a fully functional intelligent monitoring and protection controller board designed for negative voltage systems. This application note describes the various functions of the board, how to test and evaluate it, and how to use the GUI design tool to change the components for a specific application. Use of the advanced telemetry and monitoring capabilities of this device requires the installation of the Intelligent Power Manager GUI; however, the LM5064 is capable of acting as a hot-swap and protection circuit without any software installation.
The SN65LVDS125A is a 4 x 4 non-blocking cross point switch. Low-Voltage differential signaling (LVDS) is used to achieve signaling rates of 1.5 Gbps per channel. Each output driver includes a 4:1 multiplexer to allow any input to be routed to any output. Internal signal paths are fully differential to achieve the high signaling speed while maintaining low signal skews.
The TSBKS800OHCI Evaluation kit is a 64-bit/32-bit PCI add-in card with SW and documentation intended for use in evaluating the 1394b 800 Mbps TSB82AA2 OHCI link layer and TSB81BA3 PHY layer.
The LM3102 Step Down Switching Regulator features all required functions to implement a cost effective, efficient buck power converter capable of supplying 2.5A to loads. The Constant On-Time (COT) regulation scheme requires no loop compensation, results in a fast load transient response and simple circuit implementation that allows a low component count, and consequently very small overall board space is required for a typical application.