The C28343 controlCARD allows users to easily evaluate all the functionality of the 200MHz C28343 floating point controller and is compatible with existing controlCARD tool kits. The card provides all the chip support necessary, needing only a 5V supply to be fully functional. The controlCARD also has two on board 12-bit ADCs and a 64KB EEPROM for non volatile program storage.
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The EVM comes with the SN65HVD255 CAN transceiver factory installed. The CAN EVM may be reconfigured by a user for use with all TI CAN transceiver families: SN65HVD23x, SN65HVD25x, SN65HVD10x0 and SN65HVDA54x by replacing the transceiver and setting jumpers on the EVM. The EVM has configurations for basic CAN evaluation, various load and termination settings necessary to evaluate CAN transceiver performance.
The C2000 Experimenter Kits from Texas Instruments are ideal products for OEMs to use for initial device exploration and testing. The Piccolo Experimenter Kit has a docking station that features on board USB JTAG emulation, access to all controlCARD signals, breadboard areas and RS-232 and JTAG connectors. Each kit contains a 28027 controlCARD.
The CDCUN1208LP is a 2:8 fan-out buffer featuring a wide operating supply range, two universal differential/ single ended inputs, and universal outputs (HCSL, LVDS, or LVCMOS) with clock edge rate control. One of the device inputs includes a divider that provides divide values of /1, /2, /4, and /8.
The TPS61032EVM-208 is an evaluation tool for the TPS61032 inductive boost converter in a TSSOP-16 package that can supply an output voltage of 5V at up to 1000 mA from input voltages in the range of 1.8V to 5.5V.
The TPS65270EVM evaluation module is designed to provide access to the features of the TPS65270. The TPS65270 PMIC is designed to provide 2-A and 3-A continuous currents with an operational range of 4.5 V to 16 V and an externally set switching frequency ranging from 300 kHz to 1.4 MHz. When the PMIC is not fully loaded, Buck1 can be loaded to 2.5 A and Buck2 to 3.5 A
The ADS1220EVM is an evaluation system for the ADS1220, a 24-bit, multi-channel, delta-sigma (ΔΣ) analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The EVM uses the ADS1220 along with minimal circuitry to demonstrate functionality for prototyping and part evaluation. The pins of the ADS1220 are accessible through various connections on the ADS1220EVM connectors. The EVM also contains a MSP430 for use with a personal computer.
The TPS65100EVM-030 is an evaluation tool for the TPS6510x multi-channel power supply for TFT LCD displays. The evaluation module can accept input voltages in range of 2.7V to 5.8V and supplies 10V, -5V and 23V to power a TFT display. Other voltages can be adjusted by changing resistor feedback networks.
The bq24160/161/163/168 evaluation module is a complete charger module for evaluating compact, flexible, high-efficiency, USB-friendly, switch-mode charge management solution for single-cell, Li-ion and Li-polymer batteries used in a wide range of portable applications. The bq24160/161/163/168 integrates a synchronous PWM controller, power MOSFETs, input-current sensing, high-accuracy current and voltage regulation, charge termination and power path management into a small WCSP package.
The THS4513EVM is designed to demonstrate the functionality and versatility of the device. The EVM is ready for power, signal source, and test instruments. THS4513EVM is an evaluation Module for the RGT (16 pin leadless QFN) package.
The ADS8365M-EVM is designed for the prototyping and evaluation of the ADS8365 analog-to-digital converter (ADC). This high-resolution, 16 bit, parallel analog-to-digital, 250 kHz, SAR device, can be configured as a single or fully differential, pseudo-bipolar input. The EVM uses a INA159 amplifier (selected for its low noise), configured to allow the ADS8365 to operate at optimized performance to meet data sheet specifications.