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Evaluation Kits from Texas Instruments

Educational BoosterPack MKII

Texas Instruments
The Educational BoosterPack MKII offers a high level of integration for developers to quickly prototype complete solutions. Various analog and digital inputs/outputs are at your disposal including an analog joystick, environmental and motion sensors, RGB LED, microphone, buzzer, color LCD display, and more. This BoosterPack was developed with Energia in mind. Energia is an open source, community developed coding environment, which is supported by a robust framework of intuitive APIs and easy-to-use software libraries for rapid firmware development. We recommend Energia v12 or later. Features: TI OPT3001 Light Sensor TI TMP006 Temperature Sensor Servo Motor Connector 3-Axis Accelerometer User Push Buttons RGB Multi-color LED Buzzer 40-pin Stackable BoosterPack Connector Color TFT LCD Display Microphone 2-Axis Joystick with Pushbutton What's included: 1 x BOOSTXL-EDUMKII Educational BoosterPack MKII 1 x Quick Start Guide

C2000 DesignDRIVE Development Kit for Industrial Motor Control

Texas Instruments
DesignDRIVE is a single hardware and software platform that makes it easy to develop and evaluate solutions for many industrial drive, motor control, and servo topologies. DesignDRIVE offers support for a wide variety of motor types, sensing technologies, encoder standards and communications networks, as well as easy expansion to develop with industrial communications and functional safety topologies, thus enabling more comprehensive, integrated drive system solutions. Based on the real-time control architecture of TI’s C2000 microcontrollers (MCUs), DesignDRIVE is ideal for the development of industrial inverter and servo drives used in robotics, computer numerical control machinery (CNC), elevators, materials conveyance and other industrial manufacturing applications. TI’s new DesignDRIVE Development Kit (IDDK) hardware offers an integrated design with full power stage to drive a three-phase motor, easing evaluation of a diverse range of feedback sensing and control topologies. The sophisticated sensing peripherals on the C2000 MCU, including eight delta-sigma sinc filters, four high-performance 16-bit ADCs and eight windowed comparators, enable the DesignDRIVE Kit to support shunt, fluxgate / Hall, and delta-sigma current sensing simultaneously. For position feedback, the kit leverages integrated MCU support for interfacing to resolvers and incremental encoders. In addition, customers can also explore configuration options that allow the MCU to be placed on either side of the high-voltage isolation barrier. The IDDK plugs into 110V/220V AC mains, delivers up to 8 Amps and is rated to drive motors up to one horsepower. DesignDRIVE Software is supported by the C2000 controlSUITE package and includes specific examples of vector control of motors, incorporating current, speed and position loops, to help developers jumpstart their evaluation and development. DesignDRIVE Development Kits will serve as a common platform showcasing new drives projects from TI that will be delivered via future controlSUITE releases. In addition, the kits come with TI’s Code Composer Studio™ integrated development environment (IDE), providing code generation and debugging capabilities. Features: Supports the new DesignDRIVE Position Manager Technology - EnDat22, BiSS-C, SIN/COS, Resolver and incremental encoders Supports reinforced, isolated Delta Sigma modulator ADCs, Hall / Fluxgate sensors and shunt resistor current sensing Integrated power module and DC Link supply as well as DC Bias supplies for control circuits - operates from a single AC Main connection Expansion support for multiple real time ethernet protocols Control circuit configures to either hot-side or cold-side power planes

DIP Adapter Evaluation Module

Texas Instruments
Speed up your op amp prototyping and testing with the DIP-Adapter-EVM, which provides a fast, easy and inexpensive way to interface with small, surface-mount ICs. You can connect any supported op amp using the included Samtec terminal strips or wire them directly to existing circuits. The DIP-Adapter-EVM kit supports six of the most popular industry-standard packages, including: D and U (SOIC-8) PW (TSSOP-8) DGK (MSOP-8, VSSOP-8) DBV (SOT23-6, SOT23-5 and SOT23-3) DCK (SC70-6 and SC70-5) DRL (SOT563-6) Features: Simplifies prototyping of SMT IC’s Supports 6 common package types Low Cost What's included: Two (2) Terminal Strips (Samtec Part Number TS-132-G-AA) SBOC429, DIP-Adapter-EVM Build Files

MSP430FR5994 LaunchPad Development Kit

Texas Instruments
The MSP-EXP430FR5994 LaunchPad™ Development Kit is an easy-to-use evaluation module (EVM) for the MSP430FR5994 microcontroller (MCU). It contains everything needed to start developing on the ultra-low-power MSP430FR5x FRAM microcontroller platform, including on-board debug probe for programming, debugging and energy measurements. The board includes buttons and LEDs for quick integration of a simple user interface as well as two unique features: a microSD card slot allowing the user to interface with SD cards, as well as a super capacitor (super cap) that acts like a rechargeable battering, enabling standalone applications without an external power supply. The 16MHz MSP430FR5994 device features 256KB of embedded FRAM (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory), a non-volatile memory known for its ultra-low power, high endurance, and high speed write access. Combined with the 8 KB of on-chip SRAM, users have access to 264KB of memory to split between their data and code as they see fit. For example, a data logging application can greatly benefit from the fast, low-power writes into FRAM – and all of that without fear data-loss due to loss-of-power. The MSP430FR5994 includes the new Low-Energy Accelerator (LEA). This new hardware module delivers fast, efficient, low-power vector math acceleration commonly found in digital signal processing (DSP) applications. This makes it easy for the MSP430 to process incoming analog data in real-time. With benchmarks that outpace 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M0+ MCUs by more than 40x, this nimble MCU delivers performance with exceedingly low power consumption. The device also includes a wide variety of integrated peripherals including: communication ports, timers, real-time clock, AES encryption and CRC error-checking accelerators, as well as the included analog comparator and a multichannel ADC with its ultra-low power, window-based interrupts. TI's ULP Advisor provides hints to improving software efficiency while the compiler does its job. Taking this much further, the EnergyTrace++ features let the debugger offer up unprecedented visibility into code execution - in two different ways. First, the LaunchPad kit's debugger hardware keeps track of each micro Joule in time, letting CCS provide detailed graphs of energy usage. Second, the MSP430FR5x/6x MCU gives users a unique look inside the chip - logging the CPU's power states as well as the status of each integrated peripheral. Along with the LaunchPads EnergyTrace++ enabled debugger, rapid prototyping is simplified by the 40-pin BoosterPack™ plug-in module headers, which support a wide range of available BoosterPacks modules. Using these, it’s easy to quickly add features like wireless connectivity, graphical displays, environmental sensing, and much more. To get started, plug the Audio and Sharp LCD BoosterPack modules onto your MSP-EXP430FR5994 LaunchPad kit to run the Filtering and Signal Processing TI Design, which is a good way to evaluate the MSP430FR5994 CPU with the LEA module. Alternatively, with only the LaunchPad in hand, check out how to solve your EEPROM requirements using the TIDM-FRAM-EEPROM TI Design. Free software development tools are available, such as MSP430Ware, TI’s Eclipse-based Code Composer Studio™ (CCS) and IAR Embedded Workbench. As well, both of these IDEs support EnergyTrace++ technology for real-time power profiling and debugging when paired with the MSP430FR5994 LaunchPad kit. Features: ULP FRAM technology based MSP430FR5994 16-bit MCU with low-energy accelerator (LEA EnergyTrace++ Technology available for ultra-low-power debugging 40-pin LaunchPad kit standard leveraging the BoosterPack ecosystem On-board eZ-FET debug probe 2 buttons and 2 LEDs for user interaction On-board micro SD Card Super Capacitor (0.22 F) What's included: 1 x MSP-EXP430FR5994 LaunchPad Development Kit 1 x Micro USB Cable 1 x Quick Start Guide  

DRV8323RS Three-Phase Smart Gate Driver Evaluation Module

Texas Instruments
The BOOSTXL-DRV8323RS is a 15A, 3-phase brushless DC drive stage based on the DRV8323RH gate driver and CSD88399Q5DC dual-package MOSFETs.  The module has individual DC bus and phase voltage sense as well as individual low-side current shunt amplifiers, making this evaluation module ideal for sensorless BLDC algorithms.  The module supplies MCU 3.3V power with an integrated 0.6A step down buck regulator.  The drive stage is fully protected with short circuit, thermal, shoot-through, and under voltage protection and easily configurable via the devices SPI registers. Features: 6V to 54V Operation 15A Continuous / 20A Peak H-bridge Output Current Integrated 600mA Buck Regulator Three Integrated Current Shunt Amplifiers Sensored or Sensorless BLDC Firmware Available

DLP LightCrafter Display 2000 Evaluation Module

Texas Instruments
DLP LightCrafter Display 2000 is an easy-to-use, plug-and-play evaluation platform for a wide array of ultra-mobile and ultra-portable display applications in consumer, wearables, industrial, medical, and Internet of Things (IoT) markets. The evaluation module (EVM) features the DLP2000 chipset comprised of the DLP2000 .2 nHD DMD, DLPC2607 display controller and DLPA1000 PMIC/LED driver. This EVM comes equipped with a production ready optical engine and processor interface supporting 8/16/24-bit RGB parallel video interface in a small-form factor. Features: Most affordable way for developers to evaluate high-performing DLP display technology Plug and play DLP nHD optical engine that supports up to 30 lumens I2C and 8/16/24-bit parallel RGB video interfaces to support virtually any low cost host processor Compact form factor BeagleBone Black compatibility out of the box What's included: Included: EVM (Assembled with mechanicals and Young Optics optical engine) Not Included: External 5V, 3A power supply

Piccolo-based Solar Explorer Development Kit

Texas Instruments
The Piccolo F28035 based solar explorer kit is intended to give designers the opportunity to evaluate different power stages used in solar applications in a safe, low voltage environment. This kit also offers designers of single panel off-grid applications such as lighting or motor control systems a robust development platform to start from by utilizing the 36VDC intermediate bus. All of the primary application power stages are controlled with a single C2000 MCU, including a single switch boost stage for maximum power point tracking, a SEPIC battery charging stage, and a grid-tie-capable DC/AC inverter stage capable of outputting 24VAC. Integrated USB JTAG emulation eliminates the need for external JTAG development hardware. A built in panel emulation circuit also allows designers to evaluate different shading situations without the need for expensive external hardware. A quickstart graphical user interface is included, as well as fully documented, open source hardware and software libraries. Power Conditioning (also known as Active Power Filtering) can be implemented on this kit with proper configuration and minimal software modifications. Features: 20VDC/ 50W Non Isolated Design Built-in panel emulator Single switch DC/DC Boost for Maximum Power Point Tracking DC/DC SEPIC for MPPT and Battery Charging 36VDC Intermediary bus 24VAC Output Inverter stage Isolated USB JTAG built-in What's included: Solar Explorer base board F28035 ControlCARD USB Cables Quick start guide and graphical user interface

InstaSPIN-MOTION (and InstaSPIN-FOC) enabled C2000 Piccolo LaunchPad

Texas Instruments
The InstaSPIN™-MOTION (and InstaSPIN-FOC) enabled C2000™ Piccolo LaunchPad is an inexpensive evaluation platform designed to help you leap right into the world of motor control. The LaunchPad is based on the Piccolo TMS320F28069M with unique features such as 256KB of on board flash, 12bit ADC, I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, dual Encoder support and InstaSPIN libraries in on-chip execute only ROM memory. The LaunchPad includes many board hardware features such as an integrated isolated XDS100v2 JTAG emulator for easy programming and debugging, Works with various BoosterPacks, but specifically BOOSTXL-DRV8301 and BOOSTXL-DRV8305EVM motor drive BoosterPacks for InstaSPIN-FOC™ and InstaSPIN-MOTION™ based systems. With the InstaSPIN solutions either or both of the BoosterPacks can be controlled with a single LaunchPad. Features: C2000 Piccolo F28069M MCU with InstaSPIN™-MOTION and InstaSPIN-FOC technology Built in isolated XDS100v2 JTAG Emulator enables real-time in-system programming and debugging via USB Hardware supports two BoosterPacks and dual Encoder feedback Free unrestricted version of Code Composer Studio™ integrated development environment (IDE) Free download of MotorWare™ software with drivers, modules, and InstaSPIN projects that work with various BoosterPacks. Free GUI to instrument software built in Motorware™ GUI What's included: InstaSPIN™ enabled C2000 Piccolo LaunchPad Evaluation Board (LAUNCHXL-F28069M) Mini USB Cable Quick Start Guide

TPA3251D2 PurePath Ultra-HD Evaluation Module

Texas Instruments
The TPA3251D2EVM PurePath™ Ultra-HD evaluation module demonstrates the TPA3251D2DDV integrated circuit from Texas Instruments. The TPA3251D2DDV is a high-performance class-D amplifier that enables true premium sound quality with high efficiency class-D technology. It features an advance integrated feedback design and high-speed gate driver error correction (PurePath™ Ultra-HD), which enables ultra-low distortion across the audio band and superior audio quality.   This EVM supports 2 BTL (stereo 2.0) output channels,  1 PBTL (mono 0.1) output channel, 1 BTL plus 2 SE (2.1) output channels,  and 4 SE (4.0) output channels configurations. The NE5532 is a High Performance Audio Op Amp designed to allow TPA3251D2DDV operation with differential or single ended input signals to the EVM with differential inputs yielding the optimal performance. TPA3251D2EVM is a complete 2Vrms analog input 2 × 175 W stereo/1 x 350 W mono power amplifier ready for evaluation and excellent listening experience. Features: Stereo PurePath™ Ultra-HD evaluation module Self-contained protection system (short circuit, clip and thermal) Standard 2VRMS differential input  or single ended line input BTL, PBTL and SE output configurations support Double-sided, plated-through, 2oz. Cu 2 layer PCB layout

TAS5411-Q1 8-W Automotive Mono Analog Input Class-D Audio Amp Evaluation Module

Texas Instruments
TAS5411-Q1 8-W Automotive Mono Analog Input Class-D Audio Amp Evaluation Module

SN6505B Low-Noise 1-A Transformer Driver for Isolated Power Supplies Evaluation Module (420-kHz CLK)

Texas Instruments
SN6505B Low-Noise 1-A Transformer Driver for Isolated Power Supplies Evaluation Module (420-kHz CLK)

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